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Changing address

Hello guys !

I'm living in St. Gallen at the moment and i'll be moving to Romanshorn, Thurgau in the next week.

The thing i don't know exactly what to do is:

- Should i do all the paperwork now even if i'm not there yet ? Or is it only better once i'm already in the new address ?

- Do you know if there's anything to pay and how long it takes ? This is because in the end of July/August i hope to find a new flat for me and my family and change once again.

I already have my Permit, bank account info and all the stuff registered to where i am at the moment, but i don't know what's the best i should do.

Can anyone advise me, please ?

Thank you for all your help.

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Old 26.06.2014, 00:47
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Re: Changing address

You can choose an exact date for the move, July 1st is easiest, and tell everyone your new address is effective on 1st July. You can start doing this tomorrow.
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Re: Changing address

I can do that but i'm sure i need some documents with me to comprove that aswell, right ?

Also, i need to inform my current gemeind and the gemeind i'll be living in, am i right ?

Does anyone know we pay anything for this change ?
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Old 26.06.2014, 01:19
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Re: Changing address

Leaving you don't usually pay. Sometimes you pay when arriving in the new Gemeinde. You need your passport and new rental and work contracts.

If you are going into temporary accommodation, why tell them? You are supposed to report the new address after 2 weeks.
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Re: Changing address

The work contract is the same as of now, since i'm in St. Gallen living and working in Romanshorn.

About the rental contract, i'm going to be there for a month or so, sharing the flat with him until i get a new flat only for me.
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Re: Changing address

Usualy when you de-register from one gemeinde and re-register at another within the same canton you have 8 days to make the transfer. It's 14 days if you change cantons I think. But I have to ask, what is your nationality? Because if it's non-EU you need to check that your permit isn't tied to your employer. If it is then you can't live outside of St. Gallen canton as one of the conditions of your permit is that you live in the same canton as your workplace is based.
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Re: Changing address

I'm from EU, living in St. Gallen and working outside St. Gallen canton, so my permit isn't tied to my employer.

They said that, in St. Gallen i just need to inform them the new address and in the new address Gemeind, i need to pay around 36 CHF and give the new address and house contract.
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