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Old 21.02.2011, 19:22
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Re: Non-eu partners - family reunification

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Not quite - if a student B permit then the spouse may not have the right to work.
Ah yes. She did write doctoral student. I was under the impression that as a PHD you are considered employed. But she'll have to check on that based on her area of study, contract, etc.
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I was under the impression that as a PHD you are considered employed. But she'll have to check on that based on her area of study, contract, etc.
I am also under that impression. =)
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Family reunification may be granted to Confederation grant holders, doctoral students and persons under article 13L of the Aliens Act (assistant-doctoral students, post-docs, academic visitors and visiting professors.
We'll wait and see.. For the future readers with the same problem, I'll write what have happen as soon as I will know.
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Any news? I'm in a similar situation (just got offered a post-doc job at the ETH Zürich, long term non-EU girlfriend) so would love to know how this goes.
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Re: Non-eu partners - family reunification

Just to make an update to the thread.

We applied for a visa, both at the same day - I applied for Type D, and my husband for Type D family reunification visa.

Before few days I have been told that they accepted my application, and I should get my visa in the passport next week. However, my husband's visa is still not ready, they said that they might need few more weeks to decide for it.

I just don't know if this is a reason, but it took very long time until they deside for me - I waited for 12 weeks until I get an answer.
I had to go in Switzerland on 1st September, and they confirmed that I will get the visa on 31st August. It was quite a tough time.
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