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Old 19.04.2020, 13:34
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Re: C Permit in case of separation/divorce

A C permit can be revoked or downgraded as follows:

Revocation of a C permit:
Generally, if a C permitholder is continually on social welfare or has been sentenced to prison for more than one year, then a C permit can be revoked. See this link for more details:

https://www.anwaltskanzlei-in-zueric...gsbewilligung/

Downgrade to B permit (Ct. Aargau):
"The C permit may be revoked and replaced by a residence permit if the integration criteria under Article 58a AIG are not met.

The integration criteria according to Art. 58a AIG are

the observance of public safety and order;
respect for the values of the Federal Constitution;
language skills;
participation in economic life or the acquisition of education."

https://www.ag.ch/de/dvi/migration_i...912&accordId=4

So, as long as the C permitholder stays out of trouble, speaks the local language and has a job, revocation of a C permit or a downgrade to a B permit should not occur.
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