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A quick way to find out the hidden status of Non-EU Permit B type - restricted or not

This is relevant only to Non-EU B Permit with perment employment contract, in German speaking part of CH.

1. Check the original notice letter from the Kanton Immigration Office to the Swiss Consulate, who issued you the entry visa. (You should get this letter in order to apply for an entry visa (Type D, employement purpose) when you first moved to Switzerland from your previous country of residence)

2. Look for the item Aufenthaltsweck ( or purpose of stay) or the like

3. If in this section your employmer's name is mentioned, you'are basically dead attached to this employer. Otherwise, you can change job freely.

This is my own research findings, but given that in this country has so many hidden rules, please correct me if you have different understand.
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Re: A quick way to find out the hidden status of Non-EU Permit B type - restricted or

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This is relevant only to Non-EU B Permit with perment employment contract, in German speaking part of CH.

1. Check the original notice letter from the Kanton Immigration Office to the Swiss Consulate, who issued you the entry visa. (You should get this letter in order to apply for an entry visa (Type D, employement purpose) when you first moved to Switzerland from your previous country of residence)

2. Look for the item Aufenthaltsweck ( or purpose of stay) or the like

3. If in this section your employmer's name is mentioned, you'are basically dead attached to this employer. Otherwise, you can change job freely.

This is my own research findings, but given that in this country has so many hidden rules, please correct me if you have different understand.
thanks
How about a call to the Federal Migrationsamt? That is not only the quickest, but most reliable.
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