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Old 06.07.2012, 21:05
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Necessary permits to employ a EU person

Hello

I need to employ someone for 4 months to take care of my children (after Taggesschule hours) and housekeeping. I am struggling to find someone local so I want to employ someone from the EU who will then live at home with us.

All this means that I will have to apply for a working permit. Does anyone know where should I do it? Maybe in the Gemainde? Do I have to do it before the person lands in CH? If staying for 4 months, where is the person paying taxes? Shall I ask a solicitor/company to deal with this?

Thank you very much in advance for your help!
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