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Old 01.02.2008, 14:20
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Swiss permit [for non-EU spending time in CH and DE]

Hi, I am holding a spouse B permit here in Zurich since Nov07. Since 15jan08 i have started working in Germany. Can some one pls adv what is the right procedure in this case - should I cancel my Swiss permit or hold on to it? what are the implications? We are both Indians.

I am normally in Zurich from thursdays till Sunday. I can enter Switzerland with my German work permit. But does it make sense to hold on to the Swiss permit in case I want to work in Zurich in the future, even though currently I am on a spouse visa.
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Old 01.02.2008, 15:07
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Hi, I am holding a spouse B permit here in Zurich since Nov07. Since 15jan08 i have started working in Germany. Can some one pls adv what is the right procedure in this case - should I cancel my Swiss permit or hold on to it? what are the implications? We are both Indians.

I am normally in Zurich from thursdays till Sunday. I can enter Switzerland with my German work permit. But does it make sense to hold on to the Swiss permit in case I want to work in Zurich in the future, even though currently I am on a spouse visa.
Interesting situation. While your German paperwork allows you entry to Switzerland without a visa it doesn't give you the right of residence so I would say hang on to your Swiss permit. Since Jan 1st 2008 your spouse B permit also allows you to work in Switzerland so that's another reason to keep it.
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Re: Swiss permit [for non-EU spending time in CH and DE]

Dear Swissbob,

A belated thank you for the reply. Work in germany kept me busy busy busy...and all the travel back and forth.

One more question if you can help: where can i find more details about my spouse's B permit allowing me to work in Suisse?

Much appreciate your help
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