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Old 01.04.2012, 13:07
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Non-EU B-holder has to leave Switzerland

Hoi,

I'm from Asia and had been working in Zurich for 3 years without interruption (2 years on L and 1 year on B-permit). The company quit me and my permit B expired. My application for extension of the permit was rejected and the Migrationsamt Zurich set me a deadline to leave Switzerland.

I have been looking for a new job but it takes time. Till now I still have not got any offer. Maybe with more time I could find something.

Should I get a lawyer for a little more time to search a new job?

I've read some threads on this forum. But could not find a similar case for ref.

Does anyone have any good idea for my problem?

Thanks a lot.
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Old 01.04.2012, 13:22
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Re: Non-EU B-holder has to leave Switzerland

A lawyer cannot help you. Just leave Switzerland before the due date, and look for another job when you are back in Asia. If you overstay past the date, you can be banned from returning, when you leave make sure immigration noted that you are leaving.
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I thought the lawyer could handle with the Migrationsamt so I could get a little more time for seeking a new job. During the handling and before the final decision I may stay in the CH, right??
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Old 02.04.2012, 20:24
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the Migrationsamt Zurich set me a deadline to leave Switzerland.
You can go to a lawyer, he will take your money and you will be deported. Lawyers are not above the law, the decision has been made, you have to leave by the due date.
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Re: Non-EU B-holder has to leave Switzerland

I knew a case, where the guy argued that he paid already unemployment insurance - and now he has to benefit from it, he was having a richtversicherung ( that type of insurance where you can get help from an office of lawyers) and it helped him to stay 2 more years.
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You can go to a lawyer, he will take your money and you will be deported. Lawyers are not above the law, the decision has been made, you have to leave by the due date.
In the letter from Migrationsamt they also said that I have the right to submit an appeal. During the process I can stay in Switzerland legally.
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I knew a case, where the guy argued that he paid already unemployment insurance - and now he has to benefit from it, he was having a richtversicherung ( that type of insurance where you can get help from an office of lawyers) and it helped him to stay 2 more years.
Thanks for the info. I do not have a Rechtschutzversicherung and have to pay the lawyer myself.

I hope I do not need 2 years to find a new job.
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Re: Non-EU B-holder has to leave Switzerland

How are you going to stay here and claim unemployment benefits when your permit to stay here, the B permit, has been refused? It's a chicken & egg situation.

Due to the EU crisis around us people are pouring into Switzerland from neighbouring countries. On the news tonight they anounced that there are 22,550,000 unemployed people in Europe: they have the first choice of jobs before any non-EU applicants. 20 years ago the situation was very different from today, but you can't do anything to change the situation.
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Re: Non-EU B-holder has to leave Switzerland

Since you were laid off after working for three years, you should talk to the RAV and see if they give you unemployment benefits.
If they agree, then this can be the basis for an appeal. Without any new information, an appeal will go nowhere.
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