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Self-employed Ukrainian citizen, B-Permit, work in EU

Hi Everyone.

I'm citizen of Ukraine, having Swiss B-Permit (some day it will be C, if it matters), self-employed (photographer) and I'm wondering - is it legal to do any jobs in EU? Do I need any permits? What regulates this?

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Re: Self-employed Ukrainian citizen, B-Permit, work in EU

self employed - you mean you have a company registered in Switzerland that you own?
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Re: Self-employed Ukrainian citizen, B-Permit, work in EU

Having a Swiss residence permit doesn't give you permission to work in the EU. It's for Switzerland only, although it does allow you to visit EU countries.

If you want to work in Germany (for example) look up their laws/regulations with respect to working. If you find out you are able to work in multiple countries, do consider the potential tax implications, such as whether or not any earnings would trigger a need to file taxes in each country where you work.
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self employed - you mean you have a company registered in Switzerland that you own?
I mean - sole entrepreneur (independant, einzelfirma).
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Having a Swiss residence permit doesn't give you permission to work in the EU. It's for Switzerland only, although it does allow you to visit EU countries.
Well... Confinement does not allow us to visit anything


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If you want to work in Germany (for example) look up their laws/regulations with respect to working. If you find out you are able to work in multiple countries, do consider the potential tax implications, such as whether or not any earnings would trigger a need to file taxes in each country where you work.
People go (ok, went) on business trips every day, do some daily jobs abroad and there is no tax implications for that. It's for employed people. So, I'm curious, what is approach for self-employed except becoming Swiss and have additional free movement benefits.
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