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Old 03.12.2013, 10:40
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Greetings and Questions from Sudan

hello EF members

let me introduce myself , i'm a young Sudanese lady who has recently got married to the love of her life who lives in Swiss for almost 24 years since he was one year old but he only has C permit residency ,, and he is still studying and he doesn't have a good job ,, but his family also live there and his father got a good job and he is supporting us very much .
my husband wants me to join him but he say he have to apply for a job with a good salary like 4000 ch so i can come and get B permit .. now i live in Sudan and I've never been to Swiss or Europe and we really want to complete what we started together .
I've two questions :
1-is it better to obtain visa type D from Sudan or go with a regular visa then obtain for it later ??
2-is it really about how much he gets as a salary ?


Can you guys please tell me what to do and what is the best option ,, i'm really confused

Thank you for your time
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Old 03.12.2013, 11:22
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Re: Greetings and Questions from Sudan

Hi Oriantea,

Your best bet is to call the Swiss consulate or embassy and have them tell you what the right way is for you to join your husband. But if you are already married, it shouldn't be too bad.
I know some people in your situation usually travel with a tourist visa and get married in Switzerland to speed up the process.
I dont know what a D visa is, so sorry, can answer that for you. But it sholdnt really matter on his salary since you are already married and he has a C permit.
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Re: Greetings and Questions from Sudan

Hi APG87
thank you so much for your answer and you quick reply ,,
i went to the embassy here in Khartoum and they gave me this visa type D for long term application ,, but we heard a lot of rumors that it's all about the salary and that disappointed us a lot ,,
thank you for your time and support
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Re: Greetings and Questions from Sudan

Sorry oriantea and APG87, but salary does matter. Oriantea you don't say whether your husband is an EU or non-EU citizen, but either way you are considered his dependent and as such he must show he has/earns enough money to support you both. If he has no job or income, it's unlikely that permission would be granted for you to join him.

Here's the info from the www.ch.ch website on family reunification for both EU:

https://www.ch.ch/en/family-reunification-eu-efta/

and non-EU:

https://www.ch.ch/en/family-reunification/

Now, the question that your husband needs to ask his family is whether they could provide the financial assurances that would be needed. If they say yes, then he needs to ask the canton migration office if they will accept those assurances. If the answer to either question is no, then you can't move here. You'll have to wait until he gets a job where he can support you both.
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Re: Greetings and Questions from Sudan

Oops, sorry Oriantea, seems Medea Fleecestealer is right. The requirements depend on the canton where your husband lives but he basicalley need to have an apartment big enough for the two of you and and income where you wouldnt need any social assistance.

That's the actual law in french:
https://www.bfm.admin.ch//content/da...nnachzug-f.pdf
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Re: Greetings and Questions from Sudan

Yes his family can provide the financial assurances because they have been very supportive to us ,, but the question is how much the assurances will cost ??
can they give him the money to put it in his bank account or it'll be too obvious ??
excuse me for my bad grammar ,, and thank you so much for the replies
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