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Old 12.09.2018, 07:42
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Re: Concubine Permit?

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This is a much greater financial commitment than marriage. If things go bad, one can end the marriage by getting divorced, and putting a stop to financial commitment. But one cannot opt out of this 5-year responsibility, and as I understand it, it includes all the costs that the concubine incurs up until and including the very last day of the 5 years.
Yes, as far as I know, so long as the other half remains in Switzerland the financial commitment continues regardless of whether they're still together or not until the 5 years are up.
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