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Old 04.06.2011, 17:29
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US bilateral agreement and labour rules wrt to CH

I know that a US based person can come to CH and work here for a short time, without needing a permit etc. For example, a company, say HP, will send US based HP people to go to HP client site in CH. And vice-versa. Clearly, this is between different branches/subsidiaries of the same parent company.

If a US based company A, has an agreement with CH based company B, would the same apply too? Could a person employed in company B go to clients of company A in the US and work at client site (as a representative of company A)? For a short time only - say 5-10 days or so.....

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Re: US bilateral agreement and labour rules wrt to CH

Yes. Depending on their individual country of citizenship they may need a visa (B1). If they are Swiss then then they are eligible for ESTA, although B1 is still an available option; they'd have to choose one or the other.


https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/esta/

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