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Re: Kindly Need Your Suggestions

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1. You should register with RAV no later than the first day of unemployment, i.e., 16 April, but why not do it now.

2. You should normally register at the RAV office for the area where you are registered as living, not where you work.

3. RAV (Arbeitslosenkasse) will normally pay retroactively to the date of registration if there are paperwork delays. If you register after 16 April, you won't be paid for those days between 16 April and when you register late.

4. You might wish to take this eLearning course to understand RAV and its processes, available in multiple languages. At the end, email the certificate to your own email address and print it out. Your RAV adviser will normally want to see it:

https://awa.zh.ch/internet/volkswirt...formation.html

5. For an overview of RAV, see the brochure in your favorite language at this link. It may be necessary to download to view:

https://www.sg.ch/wirtschaft-arbeit/...en-muesse.html

6. The Application for Unemployment Compensation and other forms are available at arbeit.swiss in the three Swiss languages.
- For translation of many RAV documents, please see this link:

https://www.englishforum.ch/employme...ranslated.html

7. At this time I do not see a need to engage an attorney to register with RAV.
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