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That's right. It is not common, in Switzerland, for children to stay in school for the whole day.
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If you need schooling help you could consider contacting Stefanie Busse of living Switzerland. She is an education consultant here and knows everything there is to know about the different options.
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Best to check that out now. And no, the rules are the same in all Kantons.
Hi Roegner and doropfiz,

Update on my mom status - she got a permit B, as an EU citizen

This is what I had to provide to the Zug canton administration - some were provided in several languages (incl. English) by Bulgarian authorities, some I had to translate with the Bulgarian Ministry of foreign affairs with the official stamp, some had to be translated by a sworn translator:
1. Swiss documents:
1.1. Filled a special form F1
1.2. Wrote and signed a declaration that I will support her financially
2. Swiss conditions documents:
2.1. Rental contract
2.2. My work contract
3. Mom's personal information
3.1. Passport/ID
3.2. Birth certificate
3.3. Marriage certificate
3.4. Family status (relatives - dead and alive)
3.5. Death certificates of dead family members
3.6. Inheritance certificate - who inherits my late father
3.7. Bank account statement
3.8. Pension in Bulgaria
3.9. Apartment she owns - certificate from the municipality that she owns the apartment
3.10. Document for partial disability
4. Proof I supported my mom:
4.1. Utility bills I paid - electricity, water, heating for the last 3 years
4.2. My address in Bulgaria as stated in my ID, which is the same as my mom's - proof she lived with us so that I could help her
5. My personal details:
5.1. My permit B
5.2. My passport/ID
5.3. My birth certificate - proof I am a son of my mom

So this is it - it was a pretty hardcore experience but we got there

Cheers

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As far as I understand it, the key point is that the parent was already being supported by the adult child prior to applying to move to Switzerland to live with the adult child. I have heard of an application's being turned down when the parent had been living on an adequate pension in the home country, and only suddenly developed a dependency by wanting to move to Switzerland.
Hi doropfiz

Please check my latest post in this thread on how my mom got her permit B - did not know how to tag you, that is why reply specifically to bring your attention to it

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