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Old 24.10.2005, 15:28
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seeking advice

First of all hello to you all,this is my fist post here.
I have been living in iibach on and off for about a year now,and im hoping to make a permanent move.
Basically i`m aware i can only spend 6 months out of the year here,so i have been working back home in scotland,and im also in the process of making my debut album with friends in Finland,so spending time away isn`t so much as a hastle as it could be.
I`m living with my swiss girlfriend and hoping to find work.
Can anyone advise me on the law regarding residency and employment as most websites seem to contradict themselves (at best)..
any help very much appreciated.
thanks
andy .)
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Old 04.11.2005, 10:56
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Re: seeking advice

Hi my name is Sarah and I work for a recruitment company who specialises in finding Banking, Finance and I.T. people work in Switzerland.

In my experience it is easy to obtain a work permit if you have an EU passport.

If you can find a company who would like to hire you then the company have to apply for a work permit and as far as I know this is very straight forward.

There are 3 types of permits, L, B and C.

L is a temporary permit (for contract work).
B is a permanent permit (for permanent employees).
C is a residency permit (you have to have lived here for something like 10 years to apply for this).

I hope this helps you. If you have any other questions send me an email sarah@stamford-consultants.com or have a look at our website www.stamford-consultants.com it contains some useful information.

Good luck with your job search and move over here.
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Old 04.11.2005, 11:51
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Re: seeking advice

Sarah...just to correct you (sorry).. the C permit (permanent residency) for EU citizens is applicable after the 5th year as continuous resident with employment.

Some Kantons will even transfer the B to C automatically now.

B permits are issued to EU citizens for 5 years.

New rules regarding the cross border traffic, post the Sept Schengen vote, are slowly coming into play, making it vastly easier for EU citizens to come and find work in Switzerland. In 2007 Switzerland will be part of Schengen.
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