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Old 03.03.2015, 19:15
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Re: Renting if self-employed

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I have researched all of this, and bringing my Br will not be a problem. He is also the father of an EU citizen, but that is just a bonus. He can def join me, and work. He can even bring his parents, if they depend on him.

What I do not know is,how easy it will be to rent an apartment
I'm sorry, but I think you're not correct. As an unmarried couple your only option is for you to apply for a concubine permit for him which means you need to be financially responsible for him for 5 years. It will grant him residence, not sure about work rights and it certainly won't allow him to bring his parents over. The fact that he is a father of an EU child means nothing. Note the first sentence in the link below:

"As cohabitation is not recognised in law, you and your partner are to a large extent treated as individuals and not as a married couple."

https://www.ch.ch/en/cohabiting

This gives Vaud's info on the concubine permit which may help.

http://www.vd.ch/themes/vie-privee/p...s-du-concubin/

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