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Old 17.10.2011, 12:58
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how does the process of becoming frontallier work for Swiss

Hi

what is the process of becoming a frontallier if one has a Swiss passport?

We are planning to live in France, and have dual nationalities (Swiss being one of these)

Does one have to do the same process needed when leaving Switzerland permanently ?

eg do an annonce de depart, clear all taxes etc

I will still be working in Switzerland, and will have my pensions etc still managed inside Switzerland.

has anyone here gone through same process; I was about to ring the cantonale office but thought , as always, may be could benefit from the kind help provided by the forum.
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