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Here's how it went for us, U.S. citizens arriving in 2012 in canton Zurich: my husband's employer applied for B permit, we received L permits due to quota. (when I got a job my employer had to request a work permit for me). On year two, the gemeinde sent us an application to apply for another L permit. On year three the gemeinde sent us an application to apply for a B permit, which was granted. Same process has occurred each year. All we've have to do is make sure the fee is paid and that our HR departments submit their paperwork. Whenever we have questions about status we've been able to e-mail, call or visit the gemeinde. Very simple and easy.
thanks for the reply...so i think getting job here and application from employer is what all needed and matters. But i am not sure whether they will mandatory ask for cooling off period from L to B or it depends on case to case basis. I am from non-EU
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Re: L to other permits

There's no cooling off period if you go from L to B, that would be stupid. Because if you had to wait a year or more you would simply get another L. Permit applications aren't "carried over". If there's a break then it's a new application.
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Re: L to other permits

Good question, Maruti. It looks like cooling off applies to people who have a break in residency in Switzerland or shorter term work permits. http://www.internationallawoffice.co...nd#Cooling-off periods
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Re: L to other permits

hi thanks for the reply, i was not able to open the link but just let me know whether my understanding is correct. For an example a person has a L work permit completed and then he got a break, went back to his origin country and then applied for B permit, only in such cases its the cooling off period is applicable? A person in swiss is with L still residing in Swiss and got an employer who is sponsoring B then cooling period doesnt apply. Is my understanding correct?
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hi thanks for the reply, i was not able to open the link but just let me know whether my understanding is correct. For an example a person has a L work permit completed and then he got a break, went back to his origin country and then applied for B permit, only in such cases its the cooling off period is applicable? A person in swiss is with L still residing in Swiss and got an employer who is sponsoring B then cooling period doesnt apply. Is my understanding correct?
See my previous post.
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Re: L to other permits

Note sure, Maruti. You could contact the migration office directly. Note that an employer can request a certain type of permit, but they are granted by the migration office who need to adhere to the law and quotas, etc.
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