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Obtaining B-permit non-EU before D visa

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Is that possible to apply for a permit if my national visa D is not ready yet, but Is in the process? I am going to study in Uni SG and want some time to arrange insurance, bank account and accomodation, which is sometimes difficult without permit.
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Re: Obtaining B-permit non-EU before D visa

You apply for the permit after arriving here, when you register at the local commune office with your address, even though that address may initially be temporary.

As for bank account, etc, usually the acknowledgement of registration given to you by the authorities is enough to start with. You receive the actual permit in a couple of weeks.
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Re: Obtaining B-permit non-EU before D visa

And which documents are needed for registration then?
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Re: Obtaining B-permit non-EU before D visa

At the minimum, passport with visa and address (temp/permanent).

Ask your university about this. They should give you comprehensive information. Each cantonal permit office has its own requirements.
For instance, I was later asked for my resume.
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