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Loosing L visa

Hallo. I'm from Bulgaria and work in Switzerland in horse barn for three months. I have one year agreement and also L visa for one year. My question is what if I leave this job, does i'm loosing my L visa, or what should I do to keep it. And how is the best way to get B visa.
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Old 02.04.2012, 23:36
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Re: Loosing L visa

Welcome to the forum.

It is called the L-permit ( Kurzaufenthaltsbewilligung )

How much permit type (L or B) depends on employer's efforts?
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Re: Loosing L visa

I have read a lot of the posts here connected with this problem, but I still don't know does I'm loosing my L-permit if i leave this job after four months working here. My permit ends in 02.2013 and also my contract.
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Re: Loosing L visa

Hi,

I don't know the answer but from other posts here some permits are issued and restricted to a certain employer. Does your L permit have such restrictions? The information should be on the back.
What do you plan to do after leaving your job?
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Re: Loosing L visa

The short answer is yes, you lose it.
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Re: Loosing L visa

I have plan to leave this job and search for an other one.
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Re: Loosing L visa

It should say on your permit (in the small writing) if you are tied to this employer. If it says that any change of employer needs to be registered/approved (gemeldet), then you are tied to this employer.
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Re: Loosing L visa

I agree with above, yes, you loose it...
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