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Old 19.05.2011, 18:11
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Re: Non-EU Spouse of EU Citizen

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I guess someone who got B1 or B2 certificate is considered to be pretty fluent in German. And other thing is that one needs C1 certificate to be elligible for Bachelors/Masters.

And being Director of a company doesn't stop someone to study in a university. Its up to you how you balance everything.
And being a director doesn't necessarily mean being an employee. Do you really think the Swiss authorities will fall for this ill thought out plan? AIUI one director has to be a Swiss citizen, have you thought about that?

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You need 20'000CHF seed money, and it costs 3000CHF in legal and process fees. You must have two directors. In some (most) cantons, if employees are going to work at other client sites, you must have an employment license.

The only way to take money out of the company and put it in your pocket is salary and expenses. Dividends are a non-starter as you don't get tax relief on dividend income. Having said that, what you can put through expenses is rather more reasonable than in the UK.

There are various mandatory insurances.
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Old 19.05.2011, 20:30
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I guess someone who got B1 or B2 certificate is considered to be pretty fluent in German.
No way. Passable, maybe. Fluent, no.

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And being Director of a company doesn't stop someone to study in a university. Its up to you how you balance everything.
If your wife us attending a full time university course then she gets a student permit. i.e permit type is attached to your main reason for being in Switzerland.

You are flogging a dead horse.
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Old 27.06.2011, 15:56
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Re: Non-EU Spouse of EU Citizen

finally we got around swiss sys. we got our B permit. i knew it, we will find some way. when going gets tough, tough gets going....

now we donn have to worry about for next 12 months at least.

Let me know if someone wants to know rules n regulation for incorporating Swiss company.

thanks guys wotever support you gave us.
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