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EU-B Permit Regulations - website?

I am looking for a website that explains all the 'rules' and regulations that an EU citizen of a B permit would need to abide by. Any ideas?

I am keen to know if I can work only part-time if I wanted to or if it is possible to work as a consultant but have some clients outside of Switzerland. Also, if I have the funds to live without a job for a while (I might be quitting the one I am in now), is that allowed? If so, how long does the government allow? For the remainder of the permit or less?

I have looked on the site but have found no centralised source of information - just very specific cases which are not quite like my own. If I have missed relevant ones, mes excuses!

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Re: EU-B Permit Regulations - website?

Didnīt you post a similar question earlier on quitting your job, setting up a consultancy and whether the RAV would pay for this and/or continuing your studies?

Maybe you should check the stickies here, that might give you some information. Or just call the RAV?
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Didnīt you post a similar question earlier on quitting your job, setting up a consultancy and whether the RAV would pay for this and/or continuing your studies?

Maybe you should check the stickies here, that might give you some information. Or just call the RAV?
Absolutely. But I am not sure if I can wait until May when the 12 month mark would kick in, so I might make a move in January/February. I might have some money to live off for a while. So now, I just wanted to know more about what is allowed under the B permit, rather than RAV.

I perused some posts and could not find out anything for part-time employment but maybe I missed some.

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