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Old 21.03.2019, 13:16
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Family reunification

Hello everyone.

I am 25weeks pregnant.I am currently living in Norway as permanent resident and my husband is living in Switzerland. He has submitted all the needed documents to Zürich Migration in February.
I have some questions
1) Is it possible for me to birth my baby there ?
2) is there any way that I can get answer quicker?
3) is there any problem with my application if I am pregnant?
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Old 21.03.2019, 13:35
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Re: Family reunification

1) Is it possible for me to birth my baby there ? Yes
2) is there any way that I can get answer quicker? Answer to what?
3) is there any problem with my application if I am pregnant? No


If your husband is from the EU it will be a fairly straight forward process.



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Old 21.03.2019, 13:40
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Thank you so much for your reply.
I mean to get reply of my application which my husband has submitted all the documents.

My husband have F permits in Switzerland and he is working there. He is from Tibet

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Re: Family reunification

That probably changes things, from your initial post it was easy to assume that you, and your husband, were from Norway.

What is your nationality? Also, from a basic description of the F permit, I'm not at all sure it is accurate to call it permanent residency. It is possible that the advice you need is more specialized than what normally comes up in this forum.
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Old 21.03.2019, 14:01
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Re: Family reunification

Okay thank you.
We are from Tibet and we both are refugees. I got permanent residence here in Norway. My husband got F permit in Switzerland.
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Old 21.03.2019, 14:20
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Okay thank you.
We are from Tibet and we both are refugees. I got permanent residence here in Norway. My husband got F permit in Switzerland.

Completely different story now. How long has your husband been in Switzerland and what exact type of F permit (I think there is more than 1?)


https://www.refugeecouncil.ch/asylum...admission.html
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Old 21.03.2019, 14:25
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My husband has been there five years now.

I think he has F- politic I think .

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Re: Family reunification

I have no specific knowledge of them, but I often walk by Freiplatzaktion Zürich, which provides legal assistance to refugees and asylum seekers. It might be helpful for you husband to chat with them about your situation and see if they can answer your questions. Certainly, they are likely to have seen similar cases before.
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Re: Family reunification

You're married living in different countries, you apply after you get pregnant.

I'm sure this isn't an easy case for them, because it's strange. Maybe there are good reasons as to why it is like this, but from an outsider it's not the normal case.
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Old 21.03.2019, 20:36
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Re: Family reunification

It very much depends on which permit he has, among other things. This document from the federal government will give you an overview.

https://www.sem.admin.ch/dam/data/se...flue-va-en.pdf

I recommend that your husband contact the agency linked by ThomasSSS for more information or assistance.
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Old 21.03.2019, 20:44
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Re: Family reunification

My husband has been granted refugee as first F. As I mentioned Zürich Kanton had told us to submitte all the needed documents and we did in February.
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Old 21.03.2019, 20:51
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My husband has been granted refugee as first F. As I mentioned Zürich Kanton had told us to submitte all the needed documents and we did in February.
Yes, but there are different types of F permits.

Best to check out the link posted earlier and be prepared that it will take time.

As BLP said, you have refugee status in different countries. It is not an automatic given that you can join him.
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Re: Family reunification

It depends on a lot of things, is your marriage for example already recognised in Switzerland? Does your partner have enough income (and space in his house) to support the family?

We hardly can predict how long it takes in the simply situations to get the papers fixed let alone in such specific case as yours.
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Re: Family reunification

Your husband is from China, let's keep things straight. That will clearly be what matters here, and what all documents say.

For quite a while, (almost all) refugees from China are NOT given real refugee status but only the temporary version (similar to what Eritreans are getting nowadays, for example) - that is "Vorläufig aufgenommen", ie temporary/for the time being accepted.

https://www.fluechtlingshilfe.ch/asy...uslaender.html

Real refugees get status B quite quickly, and a path to Swiss cizitenship, eventually (of course, integrate themselves properly being mandatory)

After 5 years on F status (being renewed yearly) he can claim "Härtefallgesuch" which could be leading to B Ausweis eventually.

Before that, it's possible to ask for family reunification after 3 years:

Ehegatten und ledige Kinder unter 18 Jahre von vorläufig aufgenommenen Personen ist der Familiennachzug frühestens drei Jahre nach der Gewährung der vorläufigen Aufnahme möglich. Voraussetzung ist, dass alle im gleichen Haushalt leben, die Familie über eine geeignete Wohnung verfügt und nicht von der Sozialhilfe abhängig ist (Art. 85 Abs. 7 AuG). Das Gesuch ist an die betreffende kantonale Migrationsbehörde zu richten, die es an das SEM weiterleitet. Für das Gesuch gelten bestimmte Fristen (Art. 74 Abs. 2 und 3 VZAE).

That means, he needs to have a steady job making him not being on social benefits, a flat big enough, and the whole request must still be approved (ie, it's far from being automatically granted)

So basically:

He needs to have a job paid enough to support the whole family (and a big enough flat), holding it for a while. Then he can apply for it. Which will take quite a while.

I think you being pregnant will make things more complicated. Even IF he holds a steady job that will definitely add some checks/time.
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Old 22.03.2019, 09:59
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Re: Family reunification

He has all those conditions which they needed and Zürich Migration has send it to the Bern. I am waiting for reply from them but I want to know That can I birth baby there for my situation?
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Old 22.03.2019, 10:01
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Not until you have approval to join him, no.
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Re: Family reunification

Are you aware that a child born in Switzerland does not automatically get Swiss citizenship. The child would have the same nationality as the parents and the same legal status.

If you child is born in Finland he or she would not have automatically have access to citizenship there either, from what I can see from a quick seach on the net.

I do of course understand it is difficult for you to go through the birth and the early days of your bably alone.
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