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Does unpaid leave after maternity leave consider as a break in C permit application?

Hi all,


I am curious if the unpaid leave (but still being employed) is considered as a break by Swiss law.
I consider taking few more months as unpaid leave after the maternity leave. For the C permit application, I know that they request last-5-year-uninterrupted working proof. Does anyone know if unpaid leave will be considered a break or interruption in this case (and be a reason to deny the C permit application)?


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Re: Does unpaid leave after maternity leave consider as a break in C permit applicati

Hi,


According to the letter I got from the Zurich municipality, these are the conditions for early C permit (after 5 years in CH):


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Gestützt auf Art 34 kann Ausländerinnen und Ausländern bereits nach einem ununterbrochenen Aufenthalt mit Aufenthaltsbewilligung während der letzten fünf Jahre die Niederlassungsbewilligung erteilt werden, wenn keine Widerrufsgründe nach Art 62 vorliegen, sie die Integrationskriterien nach Art 58 erfüllen und wenn sie sich gut in der am Wohnort gesprochenen Landessprache verständigen können.

  • Aktuelle, detaillierte Betreibungsregisterauszüge Ihrer Wohngemeinden der letzten drei Jahre im Original.
  • Zertifikat, das Ihnen bescheinigt, die deutsche Sprache in Niveau B1 gemäss dem gemeinsamen europäischen Referenzrahmen zu beherrschen.
  • Nachweis, dass Sie in den letzten fünf Jahren in der Schweiz durchgehend einer Erwerbstätigkeit nachgegangen sind (bitte mittels Arbeitszeugnissen und Arbeitsbestätigungen belegen).
  • Nachweis, dass Sie und Ihre Familie wahrend der gesamten Dauer Ihres Aufenthaltes in der Stadt Zürich nie von der Sozialhilfe unterstützt worden sind.

Bei der Prüfung des Gesuches ist zudem der Integrationsgrad der Familienangehörigen zu berücksichtigen.

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Based on Art 34, foreigners can already be granted a permanent residence permit after an uninterrupted stay with a residence permit for the last five years if there are no grounds for revocation according to Art 62, if they meet the integration criteria according to Art 58 and if they are comfortable with the language spoken at their place of residence and understand national language.

  • Current, detailed excerpts from the debt enforcement register of your communes for the past three years in the original.
  • Certificate that certifies that you have mastered the German language at level B1 according to the common European reference framework.
  • Proof that you have been gainfully employed in Switzerland for the past five years (please provide proof of employment references and employment confirmations).
  • Proof that you and your family were never supported by social welfare during the entire duration of your stay in the city of Zurich.

When examining the application, the degree of integration of the family members must also be taken into account.

I don't know if these conditions relax if we apply after residing 10 years in CH. If so, please let me know.
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Re: Does unpaid leave after maternity leave consider as a break in C permit applicati

So much better to ask them, honestly.
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