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Re: Swiss L to B permit Conversion

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Not true. for NON EUs always stay on a L permit for 2 years before asking for a B permit and it does not matter how long the non EU stayed on L. An L to B conversion is essentially the issuance of a new permit from the B permit quota and has nothing to do with years spent on L.


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This. And I am surprised that the spouse of a Non-EU was able to get a work permission as well - often for Non-EU L the dependent spouse is not permitted to work. You need your own special work permit.



basically, your L permit was issued on arrival as a dependent spouse to your husband, if he is also Non-EU - the L permit is normally renewed for 2 years then the employer must renew it - in the same way that they recruited him and got the work permit, they must go through the process to show that they cannot find anyone in Switzerland or the EU to do the job. It's a new application process. the employer should be taking the lead on this - otherwise they are just messing you around.



This is down to your husband's employer. They need to sort it out.


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