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Hi,

I am currently in Switzerland for an internship for 4 months. After that, I want to continue to live here with my boyfriend (he is here from February 2017, employed at the same company full time, has enough funds to support me afterwards).

We are in the process of finding a flat here together so that I can register as his unmarried dependent after I finish my internship in October.

I am reading it's not so easy to do this and I wonder what they need from us in order to get this. I mention we are both Romanians and I would need this permit for a max year only (planning to study here at Masters from autumn next year).

What kind of proof do they need? Photos from trips together? We haven't lived together in papers because we had a long distance relationship. How long do we have to prove to have been together? What permit would I get?

Edit: I have a B1 in German, so supposedly I can integrate better than him. Does it help? I mention I have also had 3 internships in the same city, so I am again quite familiar with the town and the laws

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Talk to your cantonal migration office, they'll tell you what they want in the way of proof of a long term, committed relationship. But note that not all cantons seem to issue the concubine permit so that's the first thing to ask.
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It's the Zurich canton, if anyone can help me further. Thanks a lot anyway!
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Zurich do issue concubine permits.
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