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Re: "Wohnen in der Schweiz" / Arbeitslosenkasse

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You're starting to embarass yourself. Why don't you go and have a nice cup of tea and leave the OP to his legal entitlements?
My point exactly.
And where is your OP?
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Old 22.10.2019, 16:50
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Well, I don‘t like financing other peoples lives based on their travel whims for one.

And I certainly can‘t support the idea that EF provides a base on how to circumnavigate residency laws for the other.
He has the right to travel or stay here and claim get RAV benefits. Both he cant do both. Theres no problem here
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Old 22.10.2019, 16:51
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My point exactly.
And where is your OP?
So you're pissed off because someone who paid into his insurance would like to claim on his insurance, as he is legally and morally entitled to.

That makes no sense at all.
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He has the right to travel or stay here and claim get RAV benefits. Both he cant do both. Theres no problem here

I’ve said my bit, and now I’m out.
Enjoy.
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Old 22.10.2019, 17:03
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He has the right to travel briefly even when on unemployment benefit.

Only with previous approval from RAV:


Stellensuchende haben erst nach 60 Tagen kontrollierter Arbeitslosigkeit Anspruch auf fünf Tage Stempelferien. Damit sind Arbeitstage gemeint. Der Anspruch besteht also frühestens nach rund drei Monaten Arbeitslosigkeit.


Grundsätzlich müssen Sie die Stempelferien dem RAV mindestens zwei Wochen im Voraus melden.


You only have a right to take holidays after the first 60 days on RAV and you need to inform them before going.
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Re: "Wohnen in der Schweiz" / Arbeitslosenkasse

Dear members of the EF, thanks for the inputs the good ones and also the bad ones as well. To clarify the situation a bit more: of course, I am still here in Switzerland; we just figured that we don't want to be obliged to pay our apartment for another six months if we're going to leave. And for sure it is not a travel whim, it is just a normal living situation where we are thinking about living and finding another job in another country or staying here in Switzerland. And certainly, I am not "milking" the system. I am just looking for support in the time that is needed. In the meantime, I decided to call them and tell them straight what is going on and how should I proceed. They told me they need to involve a specialist for this "fragebogen" since they never had a situation like this before (or they had but didn't know about it).
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He has the right to travel briefly even when on unemployment benefit.
Yes. But he has to be at all times prepared to take work and he has to apply for jobs . And if he does go away he has to first notify the RAV
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Dear members of the EF, thanks for the inputs the good ones and also the bad ones as well. To clarify the situation a bit more: of course, I am still here in Switzerland; we just figured that we don't want to be obliged to pay our apartment for another six months if we're going to leave. And for sure it is not a travel whim, it is just a normal living situation where we are thinking about living and finding another job in another country or staying here in Switzerland. And certainly, I am not "milking" the system. I am just looking for support in the time that is needed. In the meantime, I decided to call them and tell them straight what is going on and how should I proceed. They told me they need to involve a specialist for this "fragebogen" since they never had a situation like this before (or they had but didn't know about it).
Thanks for your clarification
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Re: "Wohnen in der Schweiz" / Arbeitslosenkasse

Sandgrounder is absolutely right about the rules of the RAV.

Further to being back on topic.. does the RAV support anybody who has the intention to leave ?
(truly curious.. I would believe logically not, but I haven’t a clue).
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Sandgrounder is absolutely right about the rules of the RAV.

Further to being back on topic.. does the RAV support anybody who has the intention to leave ?
(truly curious.. I would believe logically not, but I haven’t a clue).
The RAV certainly does, as long as they are looking for work either in CH OR where they intend to leave back to. Indeed, the RAV often given financial incentives (a few months RAV money) to people to return back to their homeland, if there is little prospect of finding a job here.
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