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Old 15.10.2013, 14:45
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Internship Permit as EU national

I have been invited to start a paid internship in Lausanne for 6 months. I have the Dutch nationality and was wondering if and what sort of permit I need to start. As things turned out to be a bit late minute and hectic I will be starting next wednesday already.

As I am struggling with my french I had some problems in finding information on the French language website of the kanton.

Thanks all for your assistance!
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Re: Internship Permit as EU national

I asked this questions as I am unaware of the so called quota situation and whether this is influencing EU17 members already.
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Re: Internship Permit as EU national

Hello,

I try to answer on the basis of what I've understood so far .

I will start a 4-months internship in Zurich (I think that things should be more or less the same in Lausanne), and, as far as I know, you need to register yourself at the local work office once you moved to Lausanne.
In other words, you start working, you rent a room/apartment/place where you will be living, and then you must go to the office and communicate where you are living and where you are working. I *think* you also need a copy of the work contract.

I think, in any case, it's better that you wait for another reply from members of the forum with more experience than me . I'm just in the similar situation as yours, but maybe with some additional infos .

Best of luck for your internship!
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Re: Internship Permit as EU national

Yes Lorenberg has got the basics down. The quota limit only applies to 5-year B permit applications so it shouldn't be a problem for you. You have 14 days from arriving in Switzerland to register with your commune. Take your passport, employment contract, rental contract if you have one to the commune administration office and they'll get you to fill out a form for your permit. Don't worry if you're going to be staying in an hotel or with a friend, you can and must register using that address within the 14 days. Once you find a permanent place then you go back to the commune office and tell them about your address change so your permit can be brought up to date. Ideally though try and find a permanent place rightaway because changing any details on the permit will cost you money again.
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Re: Internship Permit as EU national

Cheers a lot for the information. No worries then! Any idea what the costs of permits are in Switzerland or are they insignificant?
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Re: Internship Permit as EU national

About CHF80-100 here in Fribourg, but it may vary from canton to canton. And you'll pay nearly the same again to make any changes.
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Re: Internship Permit as EU national

What sort of documents will I have to bring in order to register myself and apply for the needed documents in order to start with my internship? Is a birth certificate needed (me being an EU 17 national) as I read some on the website of the Lausanne muncipality: (http://www.lausanne.ch/en/lausanne-o...touristes.html
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For me my passport, work contract and rental contract for the flat was sufficient. It also helps showing that you have a health insurance.
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If Lausanne asks for a birth certificate then that's what they want. Each commune is different in its requirements.
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