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Re: My partner is moving to France (ferney Voltaire) , is it gonna cause me problem?

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Well you have time to re-married again with your B from your ex
If you lost It you need to go back to your country and ask marriage visa
What I wanted to say is that a permit tied to the previous marriage which is invalid upon divorce, however long you hold it after divorce, is invalid with regard to the requirement of "legal residence" for remarriage. This has been true since Jan 1, 2011.
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Re: My partner is moving to France (ferney Voltaire) , is it gonna cause me problem?

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I think OP's official gender is male, and socially he behaves as a girl.
Yeah ville de geneve ask me if I want to marry or Pacsé
I cannot change my gender in my passport so I need to continue doing Pacsé
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I don't see what is complicated thing
Being gay or transgender
It will made the situation worse?
OP. It is the text of yourself which is complicating things. What we need to know is just your official gender, your gender on the passport and residence permit. The rest, whether you are transgender or cross-dressing, we couldn't care less. Also, you are confusing three different things: partenariat enregistré, pacs and marriage in your text, which created a lot of confusion.
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Re: My partner is moving to France (ferney Voltaire) , is it gonna cause me problem?

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Thanks for this
Yes he is swiss
Won't make a difference as happyrobbie says, unless you move back to Switzerland. Facilitated doesn't apply to registered same-sex partnerships.

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What I wanted to say is that a permit tied to the previous marriage which is invalid upon divorce, however long you hold it after divorce, is invalid with regard to the requirement of "legal residence" for remarriage. This has been true since Jan 1, 2011.
Indeed.

"Persons from non-EU/EFTA states

A divorced spouse’s or child’s existing residence permit may be extended provided:
•the marriage lasted at least three years in Switzerland and the spouse / family lived together,
•the persons concerned were successfully integrated in Switzerland (reputation, knowledge of the language, willingness to work) or
•important personal circumstances make it necessary to continue living in Switzerland (e.g. persecution in their home country)."

https://www.ch.ch/en/right-to-reside...th-or-divorce/

Your dependent's permit became invalid when you divorced unless you registered your partnership extemely quickly.
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