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Old 25.08.2020, 13:15
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Re: Will it be possible for me to move to Switzerland?

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Won't matter; as bowlie said you'd pay tax here since this is where you'd be resident. You'd also need to have Swiss health insurance.

Another thing you have to consider is the fact that unless the UK/EU come up with some sort of agreement, UK nationals will be treated as non-EU from January 1st 2021 which would make it more difficult for you to move here.

"10. What is the situation for UK nationals wanting to move to Switzerland after 31 December 2020?

UK nationals wanting to move to Switzerland after 31 December 2020 are not covered by the agreement on acquired citizens’ rights.

Unless an additional bilateral agreement between Switzerland and the UK is concluded, UK nationals wanting to move to Switzerland after 31 December 2020 must meet the terms of the Foreign Nationals and Integration Act (FNIA). They would be subject to quotas in such a case.

Switzerland and the UK are conducting talks on a possible future immigration scheme. The exact form of the scheme has not yet been agreed. Any agreement on immigration after the AFMP ceases to apply must respect the terms of the Swiss Constitution (e.g. Art. 121a)."

https://www.sem.admin.ch/sem/en/home...rexit/faq.html
Medea, any idea if quotas will apply for UK nationals already in Switzerland and renewing their permits?
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