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Old 16.02.2015, 17:59
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Re: "Authorization for granting a visa" received - how is the procedure now?

The permit has already been granted. I called the office for migration and they said he won't need the visa D as he is already in the country.

We registered him at the municipality last Friday and that is it. We just need to choose a health insurance.

I just wasn't sure if he needs that visa D or not. Now it looks like he doesn't need it at all.

As it has been pointed out to me several times already he can travel within Schengen with the permit and his passport and he can also enter Switzerland with these two documents. Right? So no need for a visa D.
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The permit has already been granted. I called the office for migration and they said he won't need the visa D as he is already in the country.

We registered him at the municipality last Friday and that is it. We just need to choose a health insurance.

I just wasn't sure if he needs that visa D or not. Now it looks like he doesn't need it at all.

As it has been pointed out to me several times already he can travel within Schengen with the permit and his passport and he can also enter Switzerland with these two documents. Right? So no need for a visa D.
Yes, once the permit has been issued that, along with his passport, is enough. If the migration office is happy for him not to have the visa then that's fine.
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