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Old 19.07.2016, 07:19
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Re: Dependent visa for an EU citizen?

Yes, you can come with him. As an EU national you have the right to come here anyway, but the company should apply for a dependent's permit for you at the same time they're applying for his.

It's a shame you didn't do it the other way around really. If you'd found a job here first then as your dependent he wouldn't need to go through the non-EU hiring process as his permit only requires that he notify the authorities when he'd found a job. Still, never mind, done now.

Remember he needs to apply for a Type D visa at the Swiss embassy/consulate where you're currently living as well. If the permit is granted, then the visa will be issued to him to allow him to enter Switzerland long term legally. As an EU national you don't need one.
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