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Old 05.11.2017, 19:50
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Re: 25+ Designer, translator , photographer shocked lady in Bern

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Oh curly, it's a good sign, I adored your avatar, I even saved it when I was reading forum , few monthes before the registration; I am also curly, and smile like this face )))))))))

About the rule of 2017 , that says I'm not alloud to work in S. as a romanian.
I made a topic where I'm asking what to do with my abilities and situation, register at the apartments where I'm renting a room, or register at some agency as a Romanian searching for a job according to my Diplomas or just work without or with registration as a self-employed https://www.englishforum.ch/employme...eu-not-eu.html

I'll be glad to see you there guys.

Which fields are you working into? I even loved that topic where a guy find a job in a McDonalds, he was soo happy I loved it

I think you can register as a job seeker and get a temporary residence permit (at the Gemeinde, or town hall where you currently reside of course) but it won't be of much help. It can last maximum 6 months as far as I know. You need a work permit even for McDonalds or a cleaning company, and you will not get it since it's a low-skilled job.
You are allowed to work in any of the EU countries, why here where it's the most difficult....
Anyway, as a designer or a photographer, what is your portfolio, did you contact any company? If you find a company that is willing to hire you, they will have to apply for a work permit on your behalf. Do you have any certificate to attest your language proficiency at a teaching level? Or, do you hold any certificate that can recommend you to work as a trainer or tutor in any of those things you are passionate about? That could be an alternative.
But.
EU-2 has restricted access on the Swiss labour market, so even if you do find something, there are big chances the respective company can't get a work permit for you.
Sorry to put it so bluntly.
Good luck anyway.

Last edited by greenmount; 05.11.2017 at 20:54. Reason: uhm, reason...of being nicer
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