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Old 21.11.2007, 21:49
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Leaving Switzerland

Well after a year and a half here, I'm leaving Switzerland. I enjoyed my time here and would like to stay but I got married last month and the chances of my husband getting a job here isn't good. So we are moving to Portland, Oregon in February. Any advice about leaving Switzerland? I'm currently trying to find someone to take over my lease but that's all i can think of. I would like to say that this forum is the best and sooooo helpful! It's been a pleasure meeting and conversing with all of you!
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Old 21.11.2007, 22:03
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Brie, It was good to meet you in the summer and I wish you all the best back in the US.

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Brie, good luck to you and yours,,,, I actually thought we might get to meet up at sometime, but 'time and tide waits for no man' unfortunately...

Of course,,,, ya gotta do what ya gotta do.....

Good luck with the lease and all those other 'leaving' things,, advertising everywhere (on here as well) can only be a good thing,I do hope it all goes smoothly for you both.

Bon voyage to you both,

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Any advice about leaving Switzerland?
I am currently searching for the same information but with no luck. I remember seeing a list of things to do in some post. Would also gladly add my experiences to the list, since I am about do the excercise myself.

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Re: Leaving Switzerland

Ah well, Since I've done (or am doing) all this research. I thought that I should share what I find about leaving Switzerland.

Moving companies...both domestic and international http://www.justlanded.com/english/sw.../topics/moving


Ending contracts/leases: To terminate any type of contract you need to write a letter saying so. When sending these letters make sure you get the "track and trace" service that requires the receiver to sign. This enables you to PROVE that you sent the letter. general end of contract letter format http://www.consumersonline.gov.au/co...s/Contract.asp

Things that require a terminating letter:
  • Employment (2-3 months prior depending on your contract)
Not completely sure about when the proper time to terminate the following:
  • Health Insurance
  • Renting Insurance
  • Phone/Internet/TV
  • Notifying the authorities that I am leaving the country
Of course I'm probably forgetting some things but at this point...I still need to do a lot of the stuff on the list soooooo....Any help is appreciated!!
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