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Old 31.03.2011, 20:32
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Going back to CH

Hi all,

I worked in Switzerland for a year with B permit three years ago, and withdraw my retirement money due to a social agreement with Switzerland.

I am now considering a job offer, and just realized it says on one of my documents that " i can withdraw retirement money if only I am not going to come back to Switzerland". Does that mean I will not be granted a work permit?

Thanks for your advice,
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Old 31.03.2011, 21:56
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Re: Going back to CH

Shouldn't be a problem -the requirement when you withdrew your pension money was that you had no intention of coming back to Switzerland. Even the Swiss govt realise that life can change .

I did the same thing 12 years ago when the same rules applied to Brits and came back two years later. Not an issue.
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thank you, that gives me some peace of mind
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