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Re: Domestic Violence, which insurance to claim?

I posted this in another thread recently. It only became effective on 26th January 2018 so is quite new.

"I think, not sure by any means though, that he needs to be employed here with a B permit for two years before he can qualify for a C.

Section 3.4.3.3 of the Foreign Nationals Act:

"Temporary stays in Switzerland (training, studies, medical treatment, treatment, short stay, etc.) are not taken into account in the calculation of the five-year period. On the other hand, stays for the purpose of continuing education and training are counted when, once these have been completed, the foreign national has been in possession of a residence permit for a period of two years without interruption (cf. art. 34, para. 5, LEtr).

For this reason, stays of EU/EFTA nationals as doctoral or post-doctoral students are not taken into account when calculating the five-year period, as their stay is considered temporary. However, if the doctoral student or post-doctoral fellow held a contract of employment during his or her scientific activity (earning more than 15 hours per week), the stay is counted if the scientific activity is followed by employment in the private economy or public administration. The rule is also valid when the person concerned is pursuing his or her scientific activity at the place where he or she completed his or her training or continuing education (doctoral/post-doctoral). In addition to the planned stay (five or ten years, depending on the nationality of the applicant), the granting of a settlement permit presupposes the existence of an employment contract for a period of more than one year."

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https://www.sem.admin.ch/content/dam...ngen-aug-f.pdf

I know the 2 year rule applies for non-EU nationals, but don't know if it applies to EU ones as well."

Also bear in mind you may need to have proficiency in a Swiss language to get a C. I don't know what Schaffhausen's current rules are on this, but new rules are coming into force later this year.

https://www.englishforum.ch/permits-...t-holders.html

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Re: Domestic Violence, which insurance to claim?

This "just once" abuse will stay with you forever. The memory of it will arise when there's another argument or if your husband refuses to apologize in later marital fights. You'll always be a bit angry with yourself for not taking the case further, for not leaving him immediately afterwards. You'll carry a sense of shame for allowing yourself to be treated so poorly and shame for your husband that he never really understood the depth of his actions.

But love and financial security, compounded by one's own ability to forgive as well as a tugging self-guilt, will keep you in the marriage. And maybe it will work out. Sometimes these marriages do. Or maybe it will be a marriage where you will forever walk on egg shells and are grateful for the few good moments and memories.

Every person has their own story to tell. Not all of us are as strong as we'd be like to be or have the outside support to leave a "one-time" abuser.

Just promise yourself this, if it does ever happen again, leave. Because you'll have the proof that it truly won't get better. And don't you dare blame yourself. Never. You are far too precious for that.

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Re: Domestic Violence, which insurance to claim?

I am so sorry to hear of your troubles.

When I received my C permit in Basel Stadt 2 years ago, my husband and I had to confirm that we were still married and residing together in addition to confirmation from my employer.

I honestly can't believe the authorities wouldn't help you just because your B permit is dependent upon your husband. But then again, I guess the world isn't as nice as I'd like it to be.

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Re: Domestic Violence, which insurance to claim?

Re; The question of your permit:

https://www.admin.ch/opc/de/classifi...index.html#a50

Do any of you EF legal eagles know if Art 50.b.2 AUG would help Ernieceline?

(My bold)

Nach Auflösung der Ehe oder der Familiengemeinschaft besteht der Anspruch des Ehegatten und der Kinder auf Erteilung und Verlängerung der Aufenthaltsbewilligung nach den Artikeln 42 und 43 weiter, wenn:

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die Ehegemeinschaft mindestens drei Jahre bestanden hat und eine erfolgreiche Integration besteht; oder
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wichtige persönliche Gründe einen weiteren Aufenthalt in der Schweiz erforderlich machen.

2 Wichtige persönliche Gründe nach Absatz 1 Buchstabe b können namentlich vorliegen, wenn die Ehegattin oder der Ehegatte Opfer ehelicher Gewalt wurde oder die Ehe nicht aus freiem Willen geschlossen hat oder die soziale Wiedereingliederung im Herkunftsland stark gefährdet erscheint.
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OP, i Hope you are recuperating from the incident physically and mentally, and only you know what is your best course of action amongst the various advices given in here.

Feel free to say it’s none of our business, but are you able to describe what happened before the event, so that we can better understand the mental reasoning for what just happened? This is in no way to allude what just happened is justified.
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It would have been better to report it as an accident (things happen), don't you think ? As it is in CH you are looking for trouble. Seriously what do you think is going to happen if you go around telling everybody , insurers, doctors and so on, even cops that your husband hit you ? You think that will do something great to preserve your marriage over the long run ? Some have advised leaving your husband was to be considered. But you are saying you "need him for staying permit" ...
Yup, it sounds almost too naive to be true that someone could say to doctors and insurers that their husband assaulted them (in addition to all over a public forum) and then claim they want no further action taken. However, I long ago stopped being surprised by the way other people's logic works.
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Yup, it sounds almost too naive to be true that someone could say to doctors and insurers that their husband assaulted them (in addition to all over a public forum) and then claim they want no further action taken. However, I long ago stopped being surprised by the way other people's logic works.
Maybe there's no logic needed.

*Big assumptions coming up - beware*

Assuming that she is alone in Switzerland, apart from her hubby, and her family are a long way away - she mentions being Thai but also with some British connection. She has been assaulted by the only person that forms her support network here and it must have been an incomprehensible shock.

When people are dealt an incomprehensible shock they tend to need some kind of validation that it happened and to make sense of it. Normally, you would confide in a parent or spouse, close friend or even work colleague but if you don't have any of those near to hand, you would naturally look for someone in a trusted position despite them being a stranger (doctor, police, etc).

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It would have been better to report it as an accident (things happen), don't you think ? As it is in CH you are looking for trouble. Seriously what do you think is going to happen if you go around telling everybody , insurers, doctors and so on, even cops that your husband hit you ? You think that will do something great to preserve your marriage over the long run ? Some have advised leaving your husband was to be considered. But you are saying you "need him for staying permit" ...
When something is reported as an accident and the bills sent to the health insurance the insurers normally send a questionnaire asking for details of the accident. If the OP were to send back the forms saying it was an accident ( a fall down the stairs, walked into a door etc.) she would be committing insurance fraud.
It was an accident in the sense that everything that is not an illness is classified as an accident here but lying about the cause of the injury is a really bad idea.

You have demonstrated a serious paranoia about how things are done in Switzerland and I would urge the OP to think very carefully before following your incredibly bad advice.

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Re: Domestic Violence, which insurance to claim?

Dearest ernieceline, my advice, for whatever it is worth, would be to take a step back, push the Refresh button a few times, clear your head and objectively review the facts. Then proceed on the basis of the facts without any manipulation or variation thereof because any variation is very much more than likely to come back and bite you. It is also much simpler and easier when dealing with the various parties in how to proceed and not get pulled left and right into uncertainty and confusion.

You might also like to reset any opinions, projections and speculations of how you might be dealt with by various parties, as they may turn out to be not at all how you thought and helpful in evolving your best interests.

A positive attitude often begets positive results, or at least helps neutralize or deflect less desirable ones.
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Dearest ernieceline, my advice, for whatever it is worth, would be to take a step back, push the Refresh button a few times, clear your head and objectively review the facts. Then proceed on the basis of the facts without any manipulation or variation thereof because any variation is very much more than likely to come back and bite you. It is also much simpler and easier when dealing with the various parties in how to proceed and not get pulled left and right into uncertainty and confusion.

You might also like to reset any opinions, projections and speculations of how you might be dealt with by various parties, as they may turn out to be not at all how you thought and helpful in evolving your best interests.

A positive attitude often begets positive results, or at least helps neutralize or deflect less desirable ones.
I'm sure you've just offered some very sound advice but it's a bit lost in all the formal terminology.
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I'm sure you've just offered some very sound advice but it's a bit lost in all the formal terminology.
My experience is that anything you approach all scrunched up, fearful and calculating only becomes more so, with the other party responding in kind. If you relax and breathe a bit, take things more slowly, ask for help, "I don't quite understand", things loosen up and start coming to you.
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Feel free to say it’s none of our business, but are you able to describe what happened before the event, so that we can better understand the mental reasoning for what just happened? This is in no way to allude what just happened is justified.
Meister,

It's not going to matter what happened in the end. The OP has been injured and the relationship is unhealthy. By making her explain the details, we might be able to "understand" the abuser's motives at the time, but what about the time before or the time afterwards? The OP is going through some tough issues at the moment and doesn't need us to analyze the fight. What she needs is some good advice on what to do next. But remember, despite all of the good intentions on the board, it's still her decision, her journey, her life.

Tough, gentle, supportive, understanding...all positive. However, analyzing the fight may only add to her guilt and shame. I've heard people say "but only if you hadn't said that." or "just be quiet and don't say anything." Those words cut just as deep as any physical abuse and suggest the victim was also partly to blame.


Not being involved, it's so easy to say "get out." Unfortunately, it's never that easy and depending on the circumstances and support around her, it may be the hardest decision she'll ever face.

So, yeah, some posters can make snide remarks about the irresponsibility of the victim not leaving, etc... but remember, we're dealing with a real person who's mental state has been damaged even more than any physical injury. You can't just put a plaster on it and make it better.
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Re: Domestic Violence, which insurance to claim?

Thanks everyone for your advice.


My husband is staying with his parents who is living in the same village.
My father in law wrote an email to me stating that it is against the law to lock his son out of his house. Is this true? Even if his son is abusive? He said if I refuse to open the door, they will open it themselves. Is this considered as a threat and is it legal?

Appreciate your advice.
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Re: Domestic Violence, which insurance to claim?

Since half of the things in the flat are his, I can imagine what you're doing is illegal.

The question is: what do you want and how do you want to proceed? There are legalities to consider and involving lawyers unnecessarily is costly.

For all parties concerned, it would be easiest if you and your husband discussed the future and how you both would like to proceed. It's time to make some decisions.
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I am sorry, I understand the situation better now. I thought both of you were expats so that's why I warned about talking to strangers about it as you would be foreigners perhaps also in a position of weakness. But apparently you are from Thailand and he's Swiss ? And he's in "his village" and knows people ? In that case, for him to fall prey to the overreaching Swiss state is much less likely, and he may even be "protected" by his entourage, perhaps people in his family know the local authorities and so on. And it can make sense to talk about it around you, to have people side with you.

In addition, if I understand correctly he threatened you of reprisals if you went to police. For him to threaten you when he is in his normal state, after his outbursts, seems to indicate it's more than a temper issue in the heat of arguments (all sorts of things can happen in a couple), this looks like abusive, perverse personality. Obviously this often happens in the situation you are in . Don't you have thai girlfriends to support you and perhaps offer you shelter for a while ?

As for their threats, you could easily negotiate with their parents (much better than doing it with him, they will put some pressure on him) yes they are right but you have the stick of reporting him to the police which is likely to cause him a lot of trouble, don't agitate this stick at him though, go through his parents. See if you can live separated this way for a while.
And look for another husband ... All is not lost permit wise if you can find someone else, a lot of girls in your situation do that, they find a solution to stay in Switzerland.
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Re: Domestic Violence, which insurance to claim?

ernieceline, I'm sorry to hear about your situation. I think you should take a look at this and consider contacting the organisation suggested by meloncollie. The website says that it's a special organisation for victims of violence and offers advice (contact details: Neustadt 23, 8200 Schaffhausen, Tel. 052 625 25 00, Fax 052 625 60 68). If you need protection, it recommends calling the women's shelter in Winthertur (052 213 08 78 (24-Hotline)).

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Ernieceline, are you OK, are you safe now?

If you need help or advice in Schaffhausen, the folks below are a good contact. If at any time you feel threatened, there is also a hotline number.

http://www.fsgb-sh.ch/index.php?id=83

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My husband is staying with his parents who is living in the same village.
My father in law wrote an email to me stating that it is against the law to lock his son out of his house. Is this true? Even if his son is abusive? He said if I refuse to open the door, they will open it themselves. Is this considered as a threat and is it legal?

Appreciate your advice.
Yes it is illegal to lock somebody out of his house and deny him access to his own belongings, for this you have to walk the proper legal ways.

And why would it not be legal to kick in the door of your own house if it is jammed due to whatever reason and there is not a single restriction order active.

This can't be real.
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Thanks everyone for your advice.


My husband is staying with his parents who is living in the same village.
My father in law wrote an email to me stating that it is against the law to lock his son out of his house. Is this true? Even if his son is abusive? He said if I refuse to open the door, they will open it themselves. Is this considered as a threat and is it legal?

Appreciate your advice.
Yes.

If you want him out you need to report the abuse and the police will accompany him out and court will tell him how long for.

Either you want action taken on his abuse or you don't. You can not act on it and hide it from authorities at the same time.

Of course you can always move out of the "family-flat", any time you like without explanation.
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I posted this in another thread recently. It only became effective on 26th January 2018 so is quite new.

"I think, not sure by any means though, that he needs to be employed here with a B permit for two years before he can qualify for a C.

Section 3.4.3.3 of the Foreign Nationals Act:

"Temporary stays in Switzerland (training, studies, medical treatment, treatment, short stay, etc.) are not taken into account in the calculation of the five-year period. On the other hand, stays for the purpose of continuing education and training are counted when, once these have been completed, the foreign national has been in possession of a residence permit for a period of two years without interruption (cf. art. 34, para. 5, LEtr).

For this reason, stays of EU/EFTA nationals as doctoral or post-doctoral students are not taken into account when calculating the five-year period, as their stay is considered temporary. However, if the doctoral student or post-doctoral fellow held a contract of employment during his or her scientific activity (earning more than 15 hours per year), the stay is counted if the scientific activity is followed by employment in the private economy or public administration. The rule is also valid when the person concerned is pursuing his or her scientific activity at the place where he or she completed his or her training or continuing education (doctoral/post-doctoral). In addition to the planned stay (five or ten years, depending on the nationality of the applicant), the granting of a settlement permit presupposes the existence of an employment contract for a period of more than one year."

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https://www.sem.admin.ch/dam/data/se...aug-kap4-f.pdf

I know the 2 year rule applies for non-EU nationals, but don't know if it applies to EU ones as well."

Also bear in mind you may need to have proficiency in a Swiss language to get a C. I don't know what Schaffhausen's current rules are on this, but new rules are coming into force later this year.

https://www.englishforum.ch/permits-...t-holders.html
I am sorry, I am still a bit confused.
I am a British citizen. Am eligible to apply for C permit, given that I have been living in Switzerland for 5 years continuously: - first 4 years of B permit with employment contract (Postdoctoral, renewable yearly), then L permit (preparation for marriage) for about 6 months, and then B permit(Familiennachzug) for 6 months? I also have B1 Telc test. Do I need to have a job now to get a C permit?


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I know the 2 year rule applies for non-EU nationals, but don't know if it applies to EU ones as well."
Do you mean non-EU nationals have to stay in the same canton for 2 years before one could apply for C? Or do you mean non-EU nationals have to have 2 years of B-permit before one could apply for C?
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