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Re: Séjour auprès du concubin?!

Ahh...so its the cantonal offices that sit on their asses! Got it
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Ahh...so its the cantonal offices that sit on their asses! Got it
More a question of not enough asses, i think
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Ahh...so its the cantonal offices that sit on their asses! Got it
How is your case going?
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Re: Séjour auprès du concubin?!

Does anyone happen to know what the requirements are for the sejour aupres de concubin (sorry, I don't know what the correct term is in German) in Zurich? I would like to find out what they are before we actually leave for Switzerland but am having a very hard time getting any information while in the United States. I'd appreciate any information anyone can give me!
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Re: Séjour auprès du concubin?!

Can you please PM me their contact too.

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Here's what they want:
Point 1. Copy of your boyfriend’s swiss identitiy papers
Point 2 - an explanation of why you think you have to move to CH to live with your boyfriend and an explanation of why you feel it’s necessary to live together as unmarried partners rather than as a married couple.
Point 3 - proof of a long standing stable existing relationship (proof of shared lodging, joint bank accounts, certificates etc) AND/OR copies of a cohabitation agreement between partners or a partnership contract (I don’t know what these agreement/contracts are because I’ve never heard of them).
Point 4. - proof that your boyfriend can support you financially
Point 5. Copy of lease (I assume in CH)
Point 6. I’m not sure what a rapport d’arrivé is. You’ll have to ask the commune in Lutry
Point 7. Copy of your passport and visa
Point 8. If you have an offer of employment and want to work in CH, a copy of the offer of employment plus form 1350 in duplicate

The tough parts are satisfying points 2 and 3.
As I said before, as a first step I would go back to the commune and seek clarification of what you don’t understand eg rapport d'arrivé.
As a second step you might think about getting some professional help as this is not your bog standard application for a married couple or EU citizen.
The success will depend on what you pull together and from what you have told us I suspect there will have to be some negotiation. It sounds like neither you nor your boyfriend have the language skills to do that. Also some experience of what will fly and what won’t in the Canton de Vaud will be invaluable. For example a simple way out of point 2. might be to sign a cohab agreement - but as I say I don’t what that is.
It’s up to you in the end but if you don’t get help you might end up running round in circles and submitting something which might get rejected. I doubt this forum can resolve all these issues for you.
Think about it and if you are prepared to pay someone to help I will pm contact of someone in Lausanne who does this stuff for a living. They are quite reasonable, speak english and you could always talk to them first to get an estimate of costs before committing.
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Can you please PM me their contact too.
Don't hold your breath, Nev is no longer a member of the forum.
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Re: Séjour auprès du concubin?!

Forumman, here's the Vaud info on the concubine permit.

http://www.vd.ch/themes/vie-privee/p...s-du-concubin/

Also search this section of the forum for "concubine" and several threads on the subject will come up.
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