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Old 09.11.2018, 19:17
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Re: Size of the apartment - family reunion permit refused

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And here we go: admin.ch (sorry, this is only in German, French and Italian).
Those are the rules which apply only to federally subsidized apartments. They must have at least the size listed to be eligible.
Here the corresponding act https://www.admin.ch/opc/de/classifi...232/index.html which is mentioned in the ordinance.

On the other hand that could also be seen as at least as informal guideline what an appropriate apartment for family reunion purposes should offer. So we see for three persons it needs two individual rooms plus a common room.

Also in the document https://www.sem.admin.ch/dam/data/se...ngen-aug-f.pdf you linked a few years ago. It is written in Section 6.1.4
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e. Une partie des autorités cantonales compétentes en matière d’étrangers se fonde sur le critèredu nombre de pièces (nombre de personnes - 1 = taille minimale du logement).
You might change the "-f" at the end of the link in a "-d"to see what the highlighted part means in German
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