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Non-EU C permit for a married couple

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In few months I'm completing my 5 years with the B permit and planning to apply for the C-permit based On the VIntA in Canton Zug. However, my wife (Non-EU) joined me two years after I arrived in Switzerland. Therefore, by the time I complete 5 years, She completes only 3 years with the B permit.

Do I have to wait for another 2 years until my wife completes 5 years to place my C-Permit application or can I apply now ? I got the impression from the documents published by canton Zug that cantonal authorities look into the overall family integration level rather than the individual integration.

Therefore, I'm in dilemma at the moment. May be you have gone through a similar situation and clarification would be appreciated.


Thank you very much in advance for your help.
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Re: Non-EU C permit for a married couple

Early C Permit for a Non-EU National through VINTA
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Thanks for the link . However, I couldn't find an answer for my question in that Thread
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Re: Non-EU C permit for a married couple

Didn't look hard enough then.

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If a whole family lives here, all have to be "well integrated" in order to obtain an early C permit. Not sure how it works if a family is living apart.
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I am bit surprised to see the requirement for Permit C.
I will complete 5 year soon and I will have B1 Telc German Certificate.
But it seems even for me to get Permit C my wife needs to get A2 even though I have B1.

I am referring to Requirements in document from Zurich Migrationsamt:
Also a search of "vinta" yields this thread:

Permit C via early integration as a family
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Didn't look hard enough then.





Also a search of "vinta" yields this thread:

Permit C via early integration as a family
Thank you . Now I can see. Hmm, I wonder what happens if we get a kid within next two years . According to this rule we may have to wait until the kid fulfils 5 or more years and/or until the kid gets B1/A2 German certificate
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Re: Non-EU C permit for a married couple

No worries on that score. Once they start talking they'll probably be fluent within a few months. Writing could be a bit tricky though.
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Re: Non-EU C permit for a married couple

BTW can anyone confirm me that, Zug is one of those cantons where both husband and wife need to fulfil 5 years with the B permit requirement ?

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Remember that you're wanting to apply under VINTA, claiming that you're well-integrated, and that's why you want an early C permit. The requirement for 5 years residence is federal as far as I know, so no way for wife to avoid. As you know, the language requirements vary by canton.
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Remember that you're wanting to apply under VINTA, claiming that you're well-integrated, and that's why you want an early C permit. The requirement for 5 years residence is federal as far as I know, so no way for wife to avoid. As you know, the language requirements vary by canton.
Thank you for your reply. But as I understood, in Canton Zug I can't apply my self as you can do it in Canton Zurich when my wife fulfils Language requirements except 5 years requirement.
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If the residency is a Federal requirement it applies to all cantons.
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