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Old 09.03.2020, 10:49
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Re: Swiss Child being kicked out of the country because the father rejects his respon

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Question for those more familiar with the topic: if the child has a Swiss passport, and his biological father is not involved in his upbringing, wouldn't the non-resident mother get any sort of immigration leniency to allow her to stay temporarily? I understand that the boy has an irrefutable right to stay, and has only 1 involved parent. The state could either choose to support the boy and put him through foster care, or for the welfare of the child provide a permit for the mother (e.g. an S Permit) and Sozialhilfe until he turns 18.
I think there could be leniency if the mom shows that she does everything to sustain herself, short and long term. There are also ways for the father to be made aware of his parental duties. Good luck OP, to you and to your baby xo
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