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Old 30.04.2019, 13:58
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Re: RAV support for no-EU postdoc?

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and also got banned ?

Ah, hadn´t seen that yet
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Re: RAV support for no-EU postdoc?

so the postdocs are not able to extend to look for a job even though they are eligible to get rav support ? why would the b permit after postdoc cant extend for a 6 months or a year or until the benefit period is over ? or it is extended only after appeals? i dont get it.
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Old 13.05.2019, 16:32
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so the postdocs are not able to extend to look for a job even though they are eligible to get rav support ? why would the b permit after postdoc cant extend for a 6 months or a year or until the benefit period is over ? or it is extended only after appeals? i dont get it.
Because that's the way it is. Completing a PhD or a post-doc in Switzerland doesn't mean you'll land a job here and it doesn't mean you're entitled to stay.

Yes, you have paid into the unemployment fund and theoretically should be entitled to draw from that while job-hunting, but based on the stories we've seen on EF, that is not what happens in reality.

You mentioned above that you know non-EUs with PhD and post-doc that extended permits and drew RAV. Why not ask them what they did to get the extensions and payments instead of continuing to ask us the same question?

You actually know people who did this successfully, I don't.
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Re: RAV support for no-EU postdoc?

These newspaper articles describe the case of a non-EU student who completed a doctorate and was denied unemployment compensation. A summary of key facts follows:


1. He possessed a non-EU B permit which was limited to university activities for the time of his doctoral studies.

- 20 Minuten reports that the permit was a "Aufenthaltsbewilligung B, Ausbildung mit Erwerbstätigkeit".
2. ALV Kasse determined that he was "not placeable" (unvermittelbar) because his permit was time limited and did not allow for other employment activities.

3. The fact that he subsequently obtained a six-month non-EU L job-seeker permit was irrelevant to obtaining unemployment compensation.
4. Work permit quotas for non-EU citizens also appear to have a role.

5. The social security court declined his appeal, and social welfare also rejected his application for welfare, except for an emergency Sfr 12 per day.


https://www.20min.ch/schweiz/news/st...d-ein-11471692


https://www.bzbasel.ch/basel/basel-s...slos-134487039
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Re: RAV support for no-EU postdoc?

Advice for all post-docs - from day one start thinking/working/networking with regard to what is going to come after your present position - paradise will not last forever and yes the systems are unfair -accidents of birth can have huge effects -don't let them rule your life.
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