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Old 24.10.2006, 12:29
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L Permit to a B permit - Unmarried UK couple

We are a British non married family recently arrived in CH. My partner and children have just received their L permit. We were hoping for a B permit, but in the letter it said that the quota for the Thurgau Kanton had already been exceeded. However it did say that we can re-apply for a B permit, but didn't mention how. Is it done on a first come first serve basis from the 1st January!! We plan to stay in CH long term.

I have no permit, but I am waiting for a contract as a consultant for a US company on a self employed basis. I have enlisted the use of an local accountant to help. I do need a B permit as I will need to lease a car etc.

Any help comments, would be useful
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