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Old 06.12.2006, 11:29
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information on Residence Permits.

Hi,

i found a helpful summary of what the Residence Permits all mean in case any one is interested.

http://www.justlanded.com/english/sw...idence_permits
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Re: information on Residence Permits.

Hello,
Thank you for this information. Do you happen to know if a non EU citizen (American) can travel within Europe with just a B permit or will we always be required to have our passports. I couldn't find any reference to this on your link so I thought I would just ask.
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Re: information on Residence Permits.

I think it would be foolhardy to travel outside Switzerland without your passport...

The residency permit is helpful for indicating your permission to live in Switzerland, but if we had a problem the first place we would be running to would be the Australian embassy, with our Aussie passports...
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Re: information on Residence Permits.

I wouldnt risk it either! like stated above, if you need embassy aid, you will need it! Its not really a big inconvenience to stick your passport in your bags..
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Re: information on Residence Permits.

The ONLY travel document is you passport.

The B permit will prove that you don't need a Schengen visa as you live within Schengen. Otherwise they will think you over stay you visa limit.

Also keep in mind that some countries (not Switzerland), but for example Dutch Kingdom, require to have 24 hours a valid ID with you - and this is your passport.
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Re: information on Residence Permits.

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hi,

i found a helpful summary of what the residence permits all mean in case any one is interested.

http://www.justlanded.com/english/sw...idence_permits
my name is kumar live in spain i have permanent residence in spain how i can TAKE work permit for swiss THANKS HELP PLZ
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