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Old 19.07.2012, 12:27
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What happens to Non EU Permit B while leaving current employer who applied it for u?

I have a question here: what happens if you leave the employer who applied the Swiss Work Permit B for you? Can they take the B permit back? They will inform concerning department so you will be asked to leave the country?

Or, nothing will happen. You still hold the permit and looking for the next employer? Apply for approval of change of employer then start working?

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