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Old 11.09.2017, 16:06
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Re: Can commune extend minimum residency in CH requirement for citizenship?

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Federal Law is clear on this matter with regards to both, the old and the new legislation, and what exactly is delegated to Cantonal and communal Level.


None of this authorizes or authorized a Gemeinde to rise the years to 15 as a minimum factor, and neither Gemeinde nor Canton has the legal power to establish own rules in contrast to any federal law.
The old law does "authorize" it. Because the old law does not specify or limit what the communes and cantons can request regarding residency requirement of foreigners in any way at all. Same goes for the old canton Zurich law and regulation. The communes have the free choice regarding forigeneres.

But you may proof me wrong by citing Article or Paragraphs where it says other wise and make a fool out of me.
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