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Old 11.05.2020, 06:59
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Re: B Permit - Resignation

You really need to read what you link to in full.

"1 This Act applies to foreign nationals, provided no other provisions of the federal law or international treaties concluded by Switzerland apply.

2 For citizens of member states of the European Community (EC), their family members, and employees posted to Switzerland by employers resident or with their registered office in these states, this Act applies only to the extent that the Agreement of 21 June 19991 between the Swiss Confederation on the one hand and the European Community and their Member States on the other hand on Freedom of Movement does not contain any different provisions or that this Act provides for more advantageous provisions.

3 For citizens of member states of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA), their family members, and employees posted to Switzerland by employers resident or with their registered office in these states, this Act applies only to the extent that the Agreement amending the Convention establishing the European Free Trade Association from 21 June 20012 does not contain any different provisions or that this Act provides for more advantageous provisions.

4 The provisions on the visa procedure and on entry and exit apply only insofar as there are no provisions to the contrary in the Schengen Association Agreements."

Since EU/EFTA nationals are free to come and go in Switzerland there's absolutely no need for employers to tell anyone that they're no longer employed.

And again, Article 85a is referring to illegals and refugees who, for whatever reason, cannot be returned to their home countries: see Art. 83. It certainly doesn't apply in the OP's case.
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