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Old 14.07.2019, 21:05
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How long has your wife had B permit? Any chance she could apply for an early C permit before you need to go?
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How long has your wife had B permit? Any chance she could apply for an early C permit before you need to go?
She has B for 6 years, she speaks German Level B2 but for early C she needs to do a test to get the certificate and if they give it to her right?If she had C would be different even she is a Third country origin?
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She has B for 6 years, she speaks German Level B2 but for early C she needs to do a test to get the certificate and if they give it to her right?If she had C would be different even she is a Third country origin?
If she has C she can stay forever, acquire property, work and live anywhere she wants. Given she does not become criminal, not too soon become depended on social assistance, and does not act against the spirit of the Swiss constitution.
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She has B for 6 years, she speaks German Level B2 but for early C she needs to do a test to get the certificate and if they give it to her right?If she had C would be different even she is a Third country origin?

What ASitUS says above. I recommend she get the language certificate and the C permit ASAP. Then I believe you'd be free to de-register if you want and come back when you want since you're an EU citizen, and she shouldn't be impacted. You might have to change your lease and stuff, but that's probably not too hard.

Canton Zurich only accepts certificates from a few specific schools, so be sure to get it from one of them.
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Re: De-registering process

Does anyone know if all Zürich Canton residents have to go to the Zürich city hall to deregister or it's only for the city of Zürich residents?
Being a Regensdorf (8105) resident where should I go? my Gemeinde?


Sorry for hijacking the thread, but posting here as it's on the same topic.



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Being a Regensdorf (8105) resident where should I go? my Gemeinde?
Yes this. Take your permit with you.
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So i live in Alstetten (8048) and i want to de-register for 31st October 2020.

As i understood from this topic i can only go to my gemeinde on 1st October?
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You should try and leave in Dec so that your tax situation is improved - You will be taxed on Jan - Oct if you deregister now

If you do not do any more work but deregister in Dec then your yearly tax rate will come down

Do the maths - The only downside is maintaining an address somewhere and paying medical insuyrance
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You should try and leave in Dec so that your tax situation is improved - You will be taxed on Jan - Oct if you deregister now

If you do not do any more work but deregister in Dec then your yearly tax rate will come down

Do the maths - The only downside is maintaining an address somewhere and paying medical insuyrance
I did not work October but it is strange that you pay different taxes if it is Jan-Oct than Jan-December. The income is the same.
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