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This thread would have been a nice thread if you just answered the question like I did. Instead you told him that he should have thought about this before getting his wife pregnant, and for some reason even tho it says in the OP that they both will be working you start about studying. And on top of that you accuse me of Discoursing the topic.
I'm really not prepared to get in to this ridiculous discussion with you. Your use of groans is childish, and I won't allow myself to be drawn into your depths. The OP made a very good thread, backed up with others. Now stop bothering me.
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Another option will be for your wife or yourself to work part-time. This will keep your total family income at a lower level so that you can get a higher subsidy. You need to do your calculations though.
THis is not possible if you are coming in on an Non_EU work permit. The work permit system is set up in such a way that one person is the 'primary' visa holder and they must have a secure offer of employment and a salary considered adequate by the swiss authorities to fully support their dependents (spouse, child)... it's not possible to share this work permission between two people. However, if the husband gets a work permit 'B' then the wife can have work permission, and vice versa. If the primary permit holder only gets an L, then the spouse has no automatic right to work...
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If you are coming on a Non-EU visa then is it yours or your husband's work that is organising the visa ?

If you enter as a 'dependent spouse' on a Non-EU visa and they give you a temporary 'L' permit, then there is no automatic right for the spouse to a work permission. This could continue for 2 years, at which point you either don't get another visa, or you get a 'B' permit.

Also, they will not award the work permit/visa unless your husband's income is considered enough to support you and your baby (although perhaps to a lower standard than you might be expecting). Your child could be much older before you can work again...

Foreign trained dentists can have a really difficult time getting their qualifications recognised, and getting work. Language skills will be important, and they might even want you to re-train. A friend of mine is an Indian-trained dentist, and she was told she would have to compeltely re-sit her entire dentistry training to get approval in Switzerland...
Actually im a male, and my wife has a swiss passport. In the embassy i was told that i get a D visa, whith means residency permit. With that, considering my wifes passport, i apply for a work permit (arbeitsbewilligung). So will it be then a B visa i dont know, but im informed that i would gain the work permit due to my wifes status. With that i cant start searching for dental jobs
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There is actually, in my case, an opportunity for me to work in Bern without diploma verification, also as assistant doctor. But that i will be looking for after i come to switzerland.

My wifes parents live in zurich so we will have help for the start, my wife already has a job so all we need is to find a flat for just us. What opportunities will switzerland offer me as a dentist i dont know, i will find out. There is an option to work as a dentist and paralelly study the master degree (two years) on a swiss university, that way i would be a fully legit dentist. But who knows

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But your wife is Non-EU and has a job arranged and a work permission approved ? What permit does she have - L, B, tied to employer or not ?

OK, saw your point. Wife is Swiss...
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THis is not possible if you are coming in on an Non_EU work permit. The work permit system is set up in such a way that one person is the 'primary' visa holder and they must have a secure offer of employment and a salary considered adequate by the swiss authorities to fully support their dependents (spouse, child)... it's not possible to share this work permission between two people. However, if the husband gets a work permit 'B' then the wife can have work permission, and vice versa. If the primary permit holder only gets an L, then the spouse has no automatic right to work...
I was assuming the couple are both able to work in CH. Of course if one of them cannot work, the childcare issue becomes superfluous.
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If your wife is Swiss you won't have any issues getting a work permit, assuming they have recognised your relationship and child... D visa is just a visa to enter Switzerland for residency purposes. After that, when you arrive you register where you are living within 2 weeks and you sort out the work permission from that point...

Personally, I would ask your wife's parents to help you to do the homework about finding childcare options.

And a word of warning - the english forum is fairly 'intolerant' of english-speaking spouses of Swiss locals, who use this resource instead of asking their Swiss spouse...

I like to warn people about the non-EU situation because it's not always obvious...
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But your wife is Non-EU and has a job arranged and a work permission approved ? What permit does she have - L, B, tied to employer or not ?

OK, saw your point. Wife is Swiss...
I guess you got it, she holds a swiss passport which grants her every possible right a swiss citizen can have, permanently :,D

I myself am a little confused on all the complications and procedures in order for me to arrive and start working. For such a well organized country, the foreign dentist things is very unorganized. People get individually various situations. Some get approved, some never
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If your wife is Swiss you won't have any issues getting a work permit, assuming they have recognised your relationship and child... D visa is just a visa to enter Switzerland for residency purposes. After that, when you arrive you register where you are living within 2 weeks and you sort out the work permission from that point...

Personally, I would ask your wife's parents to help you to do the homework about finding childcare options.

And a word of warning - the english forum is fairly 'intolerant' of english-speaking spouses of Swiss locals, who use this resource instead of asking their Swiss spouse...

I like to warn people about the non-EU situation because it's not always obvious...

Yes you got that correctly ! That is my way to getting a work permit. My wife is 22, and she isnt auite well informed on all these things. Her parents will help us upon our arrival, but the dentistry thing and the child thing we will be on our own.

I find this forum very friendly and helpful. Its just that the information here is very various from person to person. I.e. i am interested in the salaries of a assistenzzahnarzt, what i would be doing, and one actually told me thatt for the beginning i would have a salary as low as 3800 CHF. That soubds pretty impossible to me, but who am i to ask i dont know. Swiss authorities are not very friendly on helping and giving info on this topic.

Because of the salary thing in my job, i have to think through all the economy, inclusing the child care
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Yes you got that correctly ! That is my way to getting a work permit. My wife is 22, and she isnt auite well informed on all these things. Her parents will help us upon our arrival, but the dentistry thing and the child thing we will be on our own.

I find this forum very friendly and helpful. Its just that the information here is very various from person to person. I.e. i am interested in the salaries of a assistenzzahnarzt, what i would be doing, and one actually told me thatt for the beginning i would have a salary as low as 3800 CHF. That soubds pretty impossible to me, but who am i to ask i dont know. Swiss authorities are not very friendly on helping and giving info on this topic.

Because of the salary thing in my job, i have to think through all the economy, inclusing the child care
Good for you finding info on your own, and well ahead. If I was in your position, I would - get into masters here, while helping out a busy business already, you can build your connection to the local industry that way, instead of expecting a full time enployment right away (and no time for school nor kiddo). The highest salary is not the most important the first years, but to have a license here, your wife's job and maybe further studies for her, are important.

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