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Old 22.12.2017, 15:04
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Re: All about Muslims (in the wake of terrorist attacks in Europe)

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That's often claimed but not the case - as otherwise how would the other 10% be working ?? There are actually two refugee lads working in my place for example (pretty good workers too).

To be more correct they're often only not allowed to work for the first three months after entry.
It is not so easy as you imply
Requirements

The person may engage in gainful employment thereafter if the following requirements are met (Art. 52 Ordinance on Admission, Stay and Gainful Employment (OASGE)):
  • If the general situation in the economy and on the labour market allows;
  • If an employer asks to hire the asylum seeker; and complies with the usual local wage and working conditions of the given industry;
  • If it is determined that no one else with the requested qualifications profile can be hired for the position. In other words, a check must be made to see if the position can be given to a person with a Swiss passport or with a residence or settlement permit or to a citizen of a country with which an agreement on the free movement of people exists (“principle of lower priority access to the labour market for asylum seekers”).
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