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Re: Early C Permit for a Non-EU National through VINTA

Hey there

@ aSwissInTheU: Thanks a lot for your reply
Timeline:
Last docx sent: 17.03.20
B permit valid till 31.03.20
C Permit received on 23.04.20. Given the current corona situation, I was asked to collect it personally, as it was ready until then.


Thanks again for your help.

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Re: Early C Permit for a Non-EU National through VINTA

Hello everyone!
I've read a lot of the last 23 pages, but there still seems to be a confusion about years with L permit.
Case: Non-EU, 1 year student B permit, 4 years student B permit with lucrative activity, then 1 year L for full time work.



Do you believe that in that case it would be advisable to apply for the early C permit? Do these count as 5 years?


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Hello everyone!
I've read a lot of the last 23 pages, but there still seems to be a confusion about years with L permit.
Case: Non-EU, 1 year student B permit, 4 years student B permit with lucrative activity, then 1 year L for full time work.

Do you believe that in that case it would be advisable to apply for the early C permit? Do these count as 5 years?

Thanks
I think you need a regular working B permit for a certain number of years in order for the student B years to count, but I'm not 100% sure. I've not heard of anyone going from student B to working L to C. You'd also need a permanent job contract, and given that you currently have an L permit it sounds like you may not have that. I'll do some more searching but hopefully someone else has some links handy.
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Re: Early C Permit for a Non-EU National through VINTA

Hi all,

I'm trying to get an early C as Non-EU national. More than making questions, I'll be sharing my experience. Thanks a lot for the people sharing knowledge in other threads.

A bit of background, arrived on the 2nd half of 2012 as PhD student with B permit for lucrative activity under formation. Completed the PhD on first half of 2017. I've been working under a unlimited contract since October 2017, with a B permit for lucrative activity. Never on social aid, no police records, sufficient knowledge of German according to canton Aargau (Speaking B1, Writing A1). According the Aargau info website, I can ask for an early settlement permit (C) https://www.ag.ch/de/dvi/migration_i...539&accordId=0

The Bundesgesetz über die Ausländerinnen und Ausländer und über die Integration Art. 34 Niederlassungsbewilligung says 5 years minimum, study years count after working 2 years. SEM guidelines 3.5.3.2 say about the same https://www.englishforum.ch/permits-...n-student.html

The Aargau Amt for Migration und Integration (MIKA) says I should request a C permit in a written form (schriftliches Ersuchen). But, it does not specifies if it's a form I should complete and sign, a letter with my poor writing style?

So, I went earlier to the gemeinde to clarify the question above and ask how it works in general. They told me I can start the renewal of my B permit and write that I'm asking for a C in the bermerkungen/remarks section in the back of the form (Verfallsanzeige Ausweis B) .

But, the people at the gemeinde could not explain me what a schriftliches Ersuchen for a C permit means. They just gave the phone number for the MIKA office and ask. I am now preparing for the call, memorizing more important words and phrases.

Let see how it goes later today.......asking for a C permit a few weeks before the vote to reduce immigration is going to be an interesting experience. People is actively riled up by the SVP, and Aargau suburban areas are fond of them. Most people can be kind and rational, but we're social animals and we cannot avoid unconsciously following the flock sometimes.
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Re: Early C Permit for a Non-EU National through VINTA

They just want a letter of motivation formally requesting a C permit (new rules since 01.01.2019 require this whereas before a simple comment on B renewal form asking for C would have sufficed)

Relax C permits have nothing to do with the SVP popular initiative which aims at restricting new EU workers (so L, B and G permits) i.e. nothing to do with you.
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The Aargau Amt for Migration und Integration (MIKA) says I should request a C permit in a written form (schriftliches Ersuchen). But, it does not specifies if it's a form I should complete and sign, a letter with my poor writing style?
Just a simple letter, two or three sentence where you official request that the you meet the residency requirements, the process for acquiring permit C shall be started and that they shall send all need forms. No further documents have to be supplied. Motivation letter and other supporting documents are required/requested once your initial request for permit C is accepted by the MIKA.
https://www.ag.ch/de/dvi/migration_i...539&accordId=0

Ersuchen um Erteilung der Niederlassungsbewilligung.

Sehr geheerte Damen und Herren,

Da ich nun schon seit <X> Jahren in der Schweiz wohne, davon <Y> mit Aufenthaltsbewilligung B. Möchte ich die Niederlassungsbewillung aufgrund guter Integration beantragen. Ich bitte sie höfflichst das Ersuchen zu prüfen und die nötigen Unterlagen mir zuzustellen.

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Re: Early C Permit for a Non-EU National through VINTA

Check if your canton allows voting in communal issues on a C permit.
Wanting to be able to get more involved locally was an argument I used when I applied for my C permit (I got it).
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I forgot to mention. My nationality is Indian.
Thank you so much. that's very helpful
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