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Re: Pharma jobs in Switzerland language requirements

Your husband, as an EU citizen, has a right to work in Switzerland due to a bilateral agreement between the EU and Switzerland. He would normally be issued a B permit.

Considering his earnings and assuming that the accommodations are of sufficient size, you, as a non-EU citizen, should be able to join him under an exception clause granted by the cantonal authorities.

However, as I understand it, you, as a Canadian citizen, would not normally have the right to work here. You would be allowed to live in Switzerland as a dependent under his B permit.

If you also have or can claim EU citizenship, this would be a benefit to you in obtaining a work permit for Switzerland.

If you additionally have American citizenship or a claim on it, e.g., a parent has US citizenship, you should plan to be silent about it to avoid difficulties obtaining banking services. Obama and company launched a worldwide manhunt for US citizens living outside the US through foreign banks under a law called Fatca. If you're not American in any way, it won't concern you.
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