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You cannot work without your permit having first been issued.
Sorry, OP, for using your thread for my own question, but here it is. My permit was approved, i registered and received a paper confirmation. Now, i need to do biometrics (+10 days waiting time) and receive my plastic permit (+10 days). When is it possible to start working? (spouse dependent B permit)
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Re: B Permit/Background check?

The same I think Cheesecake. Until you physically have your new permit you're not allowed to start work.

JessC, iirc I think there's an expedited service where you can get the check done in a few days. I seem to remember reading a few posts on the forum here about it.
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The same I think Cheesecake. Until you physically have your new permit you're not allowed to start work.
I am very confused about this. I've talked to my friend, i remember she was waiting for the plastic card for a month (no time slots for biometrics). Yet, she was transferred here by employer and started working pretty much right after registering. Same case - non-EU, Swiss husband, B dependent. She told me they only asked for her marriage certificate in the office...and thats it!
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Re: B Permit/Background check?

I guess this should be in another topic, but nevertheless. Zurich migrations told me "as long as i am in the system", it doesn't matter where my plastic card is - in my wallet or still at the post office. What counts is that one got permit approved and registered. If i understand right, employer needs to notify migrations that i am working for them. Migrations will find me in the database and that is it.
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Old 16.05.2014, 20:41
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I guess this should be in another topic, but nevertheless. Zurich migrations told me "as long as i am in the system", it doesn't matter where my plastic card is - in my wallet or still at the post office. What counts is that one got permit approved and registered. If i understand right, employer needs to notify migrations that i am working for them. Migrations will find me in the database and that is it.
I just found your thread and this is what I was going to say. If you marry a Swiss you can work right away once your permit has been approved. You don't need to wait for the physical permit to be issued.

And yes, your employer needs to inform that authorities you will be working. I imagine they need to get some sort of clearance. You will need to inform your commune that you are working.
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And yes, your employer needs to inform that authorities you will be working. I imagine they need to get some sort of clearance. You will need to inform your commune that you are working.
Aha! What happens when i live and work in different cantons? Employer notifies i am not sure who, but i am sure i am not the first employee with dependent B they are dealing with. In Zurich migrations they had my entire history, including old L permit in another canton. So i thought no matter which migrations office employer notifies, they will find me.
And i go with my employment contract to my Kreisburo?
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Re: Thread Split: Non-EU, Dependent Permit B, Live and Work in Different Cantons

Cheezecake I have given you your own thread, as your question does not relate to the FBI background check mentioned in the other thread.
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Aha! What happens when i live and work in different cantons? Employer notifies i am not sure who, but i am sure i am not the first employee with dependent B they are dealing with. In Zurich migrations they had my entire history, including old L permit in another canton. So i thought no matter which migrations office employer notifies, they will find me.
And i go with my employment contract to my Kreisburo?
As a spouse of a Swiss citizen you can work in any canton. TBH, I don't know who they call. They probably call the canton you live in. This is for your employer to figure out. So I wouldn't worry about it.

I didn't bring my contract. But, sure, take it with you.
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Cheezecake I have given you your own thread, as your question does not relate to the FBI background check mentioned in the other thread.
OP from another thread also asked when she can start working. Her employer promised to hire her "once she has a permit". I guess for those living in Zurich it can be a big deal; as i explained, i am currently waiting for 15 days for the plastic card (in Zug it was 7 days). I have also found out that they made a mistake (forgot to put my new last name on the permit)....so i will wait more And i have to start working.

But all the luck for JessC with FB background check.
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Re: Thread Split: Non-EU, Dependent Permit B, Live and Work in Different Cantons

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OP from another thread also asked when she can start working. Her employer promised to hire her "once she has a permit". I guess for those living in Zurich it can be a big deal; as i explained, i am currently waiting for 15 days for the plastic card (in Zug it was 7 days). I have also found out that they made a mistake (forgot to put my new last name on the permit)....so i will wait more And i have to start working.

But all the luck for JessC with FB background check.
You can start working as soon as the permit is approved. That is much quicker than the time it takes to get the actual permit. Do you have a job already? Did you get the permit approval?
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Re: Thread Split: Non-EU, Dependent Permit B, Live and Work in Different Cantons

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You can start working as soon as the permit is approved. That is much quicker than the time it takes to get the actual permit. Do you have a job already? Did you get the permit approval?
Yes and Yes. I was just confused about the actual plastic biometric card (that i wouldn't be able to get without approved permit anyway). For example, i tried to change my prepaid to contract in Orange - that was not allowed with only Meldbestaetigung (the paper i received from Zuri Kreisburo after registering).
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