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Old 05.09.2009, 16:32
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What about G / 'frontalier' permits?

Hi all,

I've bookmarked a few jobs I'd like to apply for and notice they specify Swiss nationality or B or C permits. Does this mean they will not even consider someone with a valid work permit G (which is what I have, as I live in France).

Thanks in advance for any experience you might have had with this.
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Old 26.09.2009, 17:03
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Re: What about G / 'frontalier' permits?

It depends. Some banks require (for legal reasons) residency in CH. Otherwise, it's rarely a problem. Just call and ask.
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