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Old 05.08.2020, 20:31
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Re: Frontalier moving to B permit to avoid the 24.9% working from home

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but in your case, you were registered in Switzerland, had health/accident insurance and permit, no? He has not got either.
I think you're right about Ace. It would appear OP wants his cake and eat it too. Folks are explaining he'd need to register as resident in CH with all that entails, which is perhaps less attractive once OP gets into the details of taxation and health insurance.

How would authorities check or know? Beats me, but I'm sure OP isn't the first to come up with this idea so it's not some magic trick.

OP, if you're that worried, why not have a doctor certify you need to continue working X% from home?
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