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Old 23.11.2011, 17:52
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Re: Apply as a Romanian or US citizen for B work permit?

So have you applied for Hungarian citizenship?

Remember that you only have a year upon receiving the certificate to get an Igazolvŕny/Ütlevél. Without this you won't be recognized as Hungarian/unrestrictedEU by the Swiss authorities.
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Old 23.11.2011, 20:15
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Re: Apply as a Romanian or US citizen for B work permit?

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That happens a lot!
Unless proved otherwise.

I don’t mind asking immigration authority about that point, if they reply then we will clarify it.

Imho that six months border zone residency requirement been lifted for EU 2 and remain for permanent resident third states nationals only.
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Old 28.11.2011, 19:01
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Re: Apply as a Romanian or US citizen for B work permit?

OK, there is some news about EU-2 frontaliers permit.

They don’t have to stay for 6 months in a border zone, but, in a contrast to EU-25 must have a proof of domicile (residence permit), and not a durable proof of residence required for EU-25 (rent contract).

Carte de Séjour is not so easy to obtain and may take a number of months.

For France actif EU-2 residence restricted as well, and there is a lot of requirements for inactif also.
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Re: Apply as a Romanian or US citizen for B work permit?

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OK, there is some news about EU-2 frontaliers permit.

They don’t have to stay for 6 months in a border zone, but, in a contrast to EU-25 must have a proof of domicile (residence permit), and not a durable proof of residence required for EU-25 (rent contract).

Carte de Séjour is not so easy to obtain and may take a number of months.

For France actif EU-2 residence restricted as well, and there is a lot of requirements for inactif also.
So let's rephrase that accurately and in a way pertinent to the thread. What the law actually says is that EU-2 nationals must take residence in the French (German, Italian) border area in order to qualify for employment in the adjacent Swiss area. On top of that indigenous workforce priority still applies. So in effect there is really no difference between the requirements for EU-2 G or EU-2 B/L permits, except for the disappearance of the 6-month residence requirement...
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Old 30.11.2011, 14:31
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So in effect there is really no difference between the requirements for EU-2 G or EU-2 B/L permits, except for the disappearance of the 6-month residence requirement...
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But getting a non-active residence in a neighboring countries not that easy for EU-2, person must show a plenty amount on an account.

P.S. In a day or two I’ll start a topic about 120 days L-permit, appreciate your thoughts in it.
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