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Old 28.01.2008, 13:05
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B Permit Issue

We are a UK unmarried family here with our children who presently go to International school. My partner who teaches at one of the International schools holds a B Permit and we all hinge on her permit. I work for an overseas company and do not presently work in CH, I reside in CH and travel out to overseas customers on a weekly basis.

Now we are thinking of putting our children through Swiss schooling and this will mean that my partner will have to give up her job at the end of the school year. With this being the case, will she loose her right to a B Permit, ie we then would have no right as a family to be here. Her B permit is valid until 2012.

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Old 22.02.2008, 18:46
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Re: B Permit Issue

Does anyone have any thoughts on this?

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Old 23.02.2008, 14:32
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Re: B Permit Issue

Without employment in Switzerland or the intention to take up employment you would, technically, have no reason to be here and, therefore, the residence permit could theoretically be revoked. However, there is a simple way round this - you register as self employed and invoice your employer for your salary.
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Old 23.02.2008, 23:32
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Re: B Permit Issue

How about my partner taking a year's break from work. The intention is to work at a later date, but not at that moment in time. Reading the Bewilligung, it reads 'Fuer Stellen und Berufswechsel wird keine Bewilligung benoetigt' So what is she wants to take a year out, with the intention of returning to work within the date of the permit. In my opinion interpretation is openended.
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Old 24.02.2008, 09:29
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Telandy, the rule you quote allows someone to change their emplyment without permission - part of the freedom of movement agreement with the EU from 2004 I think. What I think you are suggesting is that this would be the case with the change taking a longer period than you might expect. In practice, I'm pretty sure that this would work as it's almost certain no-one will notice until permit renewal time - but the risk is still there.
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Re: B Permit Issue

Why would she have to give up her job? If her B permit is linked to the school, it will be renewed as long as she continues to work there.
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