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Old 11.06.2012, 16:48
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Applied too early for permit renewal

My husband's permit runs out the end of this month, mine in August. When we registered in February, we applied to renew our permits. So today we went in to finish that. My husband's was fine. Mine however, was not approved. Turns out you can apply too early for the renewal. So I had to reapply and they'll send me the bit with the new info in the mail. Whew.
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Old 11.06.2012, 17:01
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Re: Applied too early for permit renewal

Why are they not in synch?
Can you ask them to sync up so to avoid this error in future?

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They aren't in synch because he arrived a few months before I did. Probably will ask with the next renewal.... In 2017. Good idea though.
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Re: Applied too early for permit renewal

Last year, I received a letter at my home 2 months before the expiration of my B permit. Already with a date, time to go to the office to deliver the documents.
I think they are very organized to inform you that. No need to go there by advance.
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Last year, I received a letter at my home 2 months before the expiration of my B permit. Already with a date, time to go to the office to deliver the documents.
I think they are very organized to inform you that. No need to go there by advance.
Yes, I think that's very true. However, we moved earlier this year and when we registered in the new place, they started the renewal process. So it was fine for my husband's permit, not mine. I think the einwohnerkontrolle in Winterthur didn't look at both permit dates, just my husband's as the primary permit.
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