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Old 27.04.2011, 17:41
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Non-EU, 3rd year in ZH: L or B?


I'll have to renew my permit in about 2 months. I'm non-EU, came to Switzerland in summer 2009, never changed a job and have an unlimited contract in my current company. Now I have an L permit.

As far as I know the maximum time on L permit can't exceed 24 months. After that the either B one should be issued or my contract should be terminated.

Does anybody have any other examples? An experience in canton ZH is mostly interesting.
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Old 28.04.2011, 11:40
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Re: Non-EU, 3rd year in ZH: L or B?


I had the same situation (non eu, unlimited contract, kanton ZH), and got a B permit after 2 years on L. So you should get a B this time if the authorities accept that you stay working in Switzerland.


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