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Old 14.09.2012, 10:23
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Re: Migration office, extremely disappointed ( Basel )

I was referring to the paragraph below to the one that you have quoted:

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Aufenthalte zur Aus- oder Weiterbildung werden hingegen
angerechnet, wenn die betroffene Person nach deren Beendigung
während zweier Jahre ununterbrochen im Besitz einer Aufenthaltsbewilligung
für einen dauerhaften Aufenthalt war
This is grounded on the Neirynck initiative:
http://www.bfm.admin.ch/content/dam/...neirynck-d.pdf
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Old 14.09.2012, 10:37
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Is there such a thing as having the right to be a resident in this country?

Maybe I'm wrong, but as a foreigner, it is clear to me that I'm a guest here. This is not my country and I have no right to demand permanent or temporary residence here.
A tax-paying guest...
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Old 14.09.2012, 10:42
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I was referring to the paragraph below to the one that you have quoted:



This is grounded on the Neirynck initiative:
http://www.bfm.admin.ch/content/dam/...neirynck-d.pdf
It's not clear for me if those years count in case you request a C-Permit after 5 years or after 10 years. As you said it's better to go and ask.
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Old 14.09.2012, 10:58
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Re: Migration office, extremely disappointed ( Basel )

So I called both Migrationsamt and Office for Economy and Labour.

One thing is clear: I can not switch my L permit to B according to the Office for Economy and Labour. I have to work first 2 years on L permit as non-EU despite open-ended contract.

So, my worst case assumption was correct, that the count towards 5 (or 10) years would begin in 2 years.

I can however write everything down in 2 years, and bring it to the Migrationsamt to be officially proofed.
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This is the letter Attachment 48745 that I sent to migration office.
can you please also tell me if you provide german language certificate? level?
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can you please also tell me if you provide german language certificate? level?
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Yes. I gave them the Copy of Zertifikat Deutsch. I have got the certificate seven years ago in Tehran. In the letter of recommendation, my employer mentioned as well that I can speak fluently German.
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Believe me, only after ten days of submitting the documents at Kreitbüro I got the shiny C-Permit. I payed twice this year for my permits.
It was all as described by Alirezakarimi. I submitted my letter together with my documents (job contract, clean criminal record, my B1 German certificate, A2 German diploma from the missus). Ten days after that I got the new C-Permits for my whole family, including the children. Of course we had to pay again, but it was really straightforward.
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A tax-paying guest...
In which country would this NOT be the case?

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Re: Migration office, extremely disappointed ( Basel )

I would like to share our experience with authorities on this topic. We are a non-EU family and we have completed six years in Basel. 2 year in L and 4 years in B. Kids study in Public School and both Spouse and i have completed B2 and A1 Certification respectively in Deutsch. Kanton gave the following reasons why we are not eligible to apply in fast track this year
1. Rule is applicable for anyone who has completed 5 years. 2 years in L does not get counted.
2. Also while applying for a C Permit , they hinted that applicant has to have a Job Contract that does not have a time validity and also this means a Permit which is not tied to the employer


In other forums , i have read that authorities additionally review if the applicant has tapped any social security benefits.
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