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Can I work in CH?

I live in German speaking area of CH. My husband has a job in CH and I relocated to here following him.
In my B permit, I saw this:
Anmerkungen
familiennachzug
mit
erwerbstätigkeit

Does that mean I have both living and working permit?
Thanks!
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Old 21.08.2011, 15:36
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Re: Can I work in CH?

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I live in German speaking area of CH. My husband has a job in CH and I relocated to here following him.
In my B permit, I saw this:
Anmerkungen
familiennachzug
mit
erwerbstätigkeit


Does that mean I have both living and working permit?
Thanks!
Notes
Family Reunification
with
Employment


Looks like YES!

Welcome to the forum!

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Old 21.08.2011, 15:41
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Re: Can I work in CH?

Welcome to the Forum.
I suggest you spend an hour or two checking out the stickies on here and reading threads with similar questions, as this will probably only be the first of many.

And please do not double post - questions usually get answered quite quickly even on a Sunday afternoon but someone might take a spoonful of icecream before hitting 'SUBMIT REPLY'.
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Family Reunification
with
Employment

Looks like YES!

Welcome to the forum!
Thank you very much!
It is nice to meet you and other friends in this forum!

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Welcome to the Forum.
I suggest you spend an hour or two checking out the stickies on here and reading threads with similar questions, as this will probably only be the first of many.

And please do not double post - questions usually get answered quite quickly even on a Sunday afternoon but someone might take a spoonful of icecream before hitting 'SUBMIT REPLY'.
Thanks for your reply.
Sorry for causing problem.
Nice to meet friends in this board!

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Re: Can I work in CH?

No prob, im always finding this forum very helpful.

When you are new, its normal to ask those things, sometimes people doesnt realize about the "search" function or think their question is not answered in the other threads, but as a regular member, you can see every day new members asking the same questions and that is why there is a sticky section, with the FAQ already answered, from there if you have an additional detail, then you can ask.
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Re: Can I work in CH?

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I live in German speaking area of CH. My husband has a job in CH and I relocated to here following him.
In my B permit, I saw this:
Anmerkungen
familiennachzug
mit
erwerbstätigkeit

Does that mean I have both living and working permit?
Thanks!
You are allowed to work anywhere in switzerland and can also be self-employed.

Here is the link for specific information about Law: http://www.admin.ch/ch/d/sr/142_20/a46.html
(Although this is in German)


I have also attched the document. The specific clause is on page 14 of this pdf file and its Article No 46.
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No prob, im always finding this forum very helpful.

When you are new, its normal to ask those things, sometimes people doesnt realize about the "search" function or think their question is not answered in the other threads, but as a regular member, you can see every day new members asking the same questions and that is why there is a sticky section, with the FAQ already answered, from there if you have an additional detail, then you can ask.
Sorry, I did not know the courtesy of this forum well enough. I start to pick up and thank you for answer my question.

I found useful information in the sticky section:
Non-EU Permits - a few bullet points.
B PERMIT (Ausländerausweis)
LONG-TERM WORK PERMIT. SUBJECT TO QUOTA (Aufenthaltbewilligung mit Erwerbstätigkeit)

The whole information of my permit is:
ART DES TITELS
Aufenthaltsbewilligung (B)

ANMERKUNGEN
familiennachzug
mit
erwerbstätigkeit

I think you are right, it is work permit as well.
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You are allowed to work anywhere in switzerland and can also be self-employed.

Here is the link for specific information about Law: http://www.admin.ch/ch/d/sr/142_20/a46.html
(Although this is in German)


I have also attched the document. The specific clause is on page 14 of this pdf file and its Article No 46.
Thank you very much!
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Re: Can I work in CH?

Good luck in the search of work, also another tip is to post in the introduction section a thread telling us a bit about you (no personal info) but maybe hobbies, where you come from, what is your job area, etc. It helps to know a bit about the new member and maybe other Efers with similar interest will drop you a line giving you more advise on where to go or if its an event to go etc.
Theres also the EVENT section if you want to meet friends in real life.
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Good luck in the search of work, also another tip is to post in the introduction section a thread telling us a bit about you (no personal info) but maybe hobbies, where you come from, what is your job area, etc. It helps to know a bit about the new member and maybe other Efers with similar interest will drop you a line giving you more advise on where to go or if its an event to go etc.
Theres also the EVENT section if you want to meet friends in real life.
Have a great sunday, enjoy the nice weather!
I just posted an self intro in the introduction section.
Thanks and have a great day to you too!
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