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Old 30.01.2020, 10:02
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Re: Leaving Switzerland while staying on same contract

Are you just going on an excursion (leave from work? Working for the same company while abroad?)and thereaftet intend to resume all of the aspects of your life here? And for those two months you'd like to pause your medical insurance?

If that's what it's about... seems rather risky to me. You risk potentially lacking cover for illness or accident or, if you return with the consequences of one of those, for there to be considerable extra paperwork.

If you want the job to continue when you return, then it seems a pity to potentially risk your new permit by deregistering for those two months.
And anyway, you can't be employed under a Swiss work contract if you don't have a permit.

Edit: as Today Only said.
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