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Old 29.04.2019, 15:17
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Re: renewing C permit: new requirements

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...I was not sure how seriously the Aargau or Federal government might look at this issue according to the new laws, etc. I am an American, so lucky for me I normally qualify for a C-permit after 5 years but the new C-permit rules for so-called "fast track C-permit" in 5 years are at A2 or B1 local language. I am not entirely sure how they will handle my case when it comes up.
You're married to a Swiss, which means in theory they'll go a bit easier on you. Get an A2 certificate from one of the approved schools and you'll be fine, even with speaking in any naturalization interview. I'd apply for C permit as soon as you can, then you can take your time with naturalization if that bit has you spooked.
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