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pls give me information ( married to an F permit holder in CH )

i and my husband are in different kantons. we got married in swiss 4 months back. my husband is having F PERMIT.i was a student since 2005. i gave my permit for renewal since sep 2011 and 1 week before resutl came. they rejected m permit and was ordered to leave swiss in 30 days. now i registered in bf kanton and kries and immigration said my husband has the all the right to take his wife along with him as he has completed 5 yrs in F permit. now we are waiting for the approval of bern. anyone can tell me abt the decision of bern?
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family re unification

please give me inform

i hv been a student since 2005 fom non EU. i married my boyfriend last year officialy. but my kanton rejected my pemit . now i moved to my husband kanton nd apply for family re unification. my husband is having F permit since 4 yers.we submitted our documents for Family re unification. we have not gt any reply since one month. i got two letters to show my insurance and wrk sitution.
what would be the decision?
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Old 22.03.2012, 18:37
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hello all
i dnt get even a single reply for my post.

i just asked what would be the decision of immigration . i married my boy frnd last year just one month before my permit expires. i was a student from non EU. after i have waited 3 months to get the reply from my kanton that they have rejected my permit. My boyfrnd having F permit for 4 years. ITS BEEN ONE MONTH SINCE WE APPLIED FOR FAMILY RE UNIFICATION .but no reply. just one day before received a letter enquiry about my insurance and wrk.

please tell anyone was it a good sign i mean green signal for my permit?
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Re: please take a look

Wouldn't it be easier and more accurate to ask them directly?

Good luck, though.
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i went to mmigration two times. they are saying i have to wait. i thnk insurance and about wrk from various departments.huhhhh..thugggggggggggg life.....wanna go back....
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Old 22.03.2012, 18:46
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Re: pls give me information ( married to an F permit holder in CH )

I have no idea J. It is quite possible that the authorities will regard your marriage taking place just before your permit expired as a possible 'marriage of convenience'. I know this comment might make you angry, but I am afraid that so many such marriages are taking place each year, so that someone can try to secure a permit- and then divorce within a year or less. The fact you are living in different Kantons, eg NOT together, will raise their suspicions even more, you must realise that.

Now I am Swiss born and bred, and now back in Switzerland after 40 years in the UK. My British husband applied for Swiss citizenship, and after his lengthy interview (to show he can speak good communicative French, know about Swiss culture, etc, and has a long-term history of visiting the country, friends here, etc) - I was interviewed too. The woman asked me how long we've been married. '40 years I said' 'Do you have any intention of separating or divorcing in the near future' was the next question. I laughed, and said 'well I think we'll go for another 40'.
She apologised and said that sadly they have 1000s of applicants for Permits who marry just before and divorce just after. As is so often the case, the genuine cases get tarred with the same brush. Bonne chance. If you want to go 'back' to wherever, it is not a good omen.
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Re: pls give me information ( married to an F permit holder in CH )

anyway thanks odile...atleats u replied........thanks fo that...yeahhhhhhhh i wait a bit more...see wat happns...
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Re: pls give me information ( married to an F permit holder in CH )

Nach drei Jahren haben sie zudem Anspruch auf Familiennachzug,
sofern sie den Nachweis erbringen können, dass sie genügend
integriert sind, über eine angemessene Wohnung verfügen und
finanziell unabhängig sind. Ihr Interesse an der Integration auf
dem Arbeitsmarkt hängt direkt mit der Möglichkeit des Familiennachzugs
zusammen.

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After three years, they also have a right to family reunification,
unless they can prove that they have enough
are integrated, have adequate housing and
financially independent. Her interest in the integration of
the labor market is directly related to the possibility of family reunification
together.

Source: Admin.CH in DE

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thanks jrspet..thnk u for ur kind reply...i too hoping...but u know my husband having F permit. NOBODY knows an exact answer.today i received a letter from insurance. ths it .once again thanking u for ur reply

he can.but i dnt have permit.kries beuro gave me a letter that i am registered in zurich. if police ask show that letter. they said. HE has F . UNTIL 2011 sep i had student B permit. THEY REJECTED MY STUDIES BECAUSE THEY SAID I CANT MARRY HERE AND THREW ME OUT OF GENEVA....

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Re: pls give me information ( married to an F permit holder in CH )

Mate, you're not sending text messages to your buds so don't write as if you are. About (abt), what (wat), you (u), for (fo) etc... Also, capitalization would help.

May seem trivial but they could've helped you get an answer earlier. It's hard to take your post seriously with you not taking the time to write properly.
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Re: pls give me information ( married to an F permit holder in CH )

In June, if all things go as planned by the BfM, this will be tightened for F-permit holders as a disincentive for (mis)/abuse.
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Re: pls give me information ( married to an F permit holder in CH )

OK Sorry for that.
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Re: pls give me information ( married to an F permit holder in CH )

You died for our sins. They should let you stay.
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mmmm...yeah

adrian thanks...

let it be happen...if that happens .i will remeber ur words...

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Re: pls give me information ( married to an F permit holder in CH )

If you have not done so already, visit these places for free legal assistance on Family Reunification / Familiennachzug:

( you have to come in EARLY to get a number - services only once a week )

1. ZBA

or

2. Freiplatzaktion Zürich

They can advise your husband on Lebensbedarf
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Re: pls give me information ( married to an F permit holder in CH )

we have discussed with a caritas lawyer. he only said to apply for family reunion..incase bern rejects..he will file a case..
anyway thnks i will contact with these people which u given me,,actually am like house arrest... But zurich police said they wont do any action as i have the papers from kries beuro..but not allowed to work..
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