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Old 13.03.2018, 18:35
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Re: Caught stealing - will this affect my permit for swiss nationality

@Lheyn, if your post is real, then you might like to read this, about facilitated naturalisation:

https://www.sem.admin.ch/sem/de/home...l#Erleichterte Einbürgerung / Wiedereinbürgerung

The text is available in German, French and Italian, but not in English. After all, a command of a Swiss national language is a minimum requirement for naturalisation. If you do not yet command enough German, you could use Google translate.

Wann kann ich ein Gesuch um erleichterte Einbürgerung stellen?
(= When can I apply for facilitated naturalisation?)

Als Ehegatte einer Schweizer Bürgerin resp. als Ehegattin eines Schweizer Bürgers kann ich ein Gesuch stellen, wenn ich
seit 3 Jahren in ehelicher Gemeinschaft lebe und
mich seit insgesamt 5 Jahren in der Schweiz aufgehalten habe, wovor 1 Jahr unmittelbar vor Einreichung des Gesuches.


Zudem muss ich folgende Voraussetzungen erfüllen:
  • Ich muss in der Schweiz erfolgreich integriert sein, das bedeutet insbesondere:
  • Ich kann mich im Alltag in Wort und Schrift in einer Landessprache verständigen, das heisst meine Sprachkompetenzen sind mündlich mindestens auf dem Referenzniveau B1 und schriftlich A2 (Art. 6 Abs. 2 BüV und erläuternder Bericht zu Art. 6 BüV).
  • Ich beachte die öffentliche Sicherheit und Ordnung (kein Strafregistereintrag, keine Betreibungen/Verlustscheine, Steuern bezahlt);
  • Ich respektiere die Werte der Bundesverfassung;
  • Ich nehme am Wirtschaftsleben oder am Erwerb von Bildung (Arbeitsstelle oder Ausbildung, keine Sozialhilfe) teil.
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Old 13.03.2018, 19:27
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Re: Caught stealing - will this affect my permit for swiss nationality

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I wondered how Lheyn's husband (or is it husband-to-be?) feels about what has happened.

To apply for facilitated naturalisation, does one formally need the consent or support of the Swiss spouse?
Yes, the Swiss spouse has to sign multiple times along the way that the marriage it legitimate and stable, that there are no plans to divorce, etc.

Sorry, this story comes across as OP is more focused on a potential application for citizenship 3 years from now than she is on what she did wrong, how her spouse might feel about it, and how she's going to be on the straight and narrow from here forward.
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Old 13.03.2018, 21:02
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Looking at how much they charge for Stilton, I've been tempted myself.
It's cheaper in our local Coop.
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Sorry, this story comes across as OP is more focused on a potential application for citizenship 3 years from now than she is on what she did wrong, how her spouse might feel about it, and how she's going to be on the straight and narrow from here forward.
I.e., a Troll.

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yes..the police came in and aside from payment in manor..ive got a payment cost 700fr..Does it mean that my record count until 10 years?is it impossible for me to get naturalization after 3years?
From the sounds of it it was dealt with by the police. I believe only a judge can give a judicial verdict leading to the offence being placed on the register.

I'm not a lawyer and I don't know if anyone on this thread is, but I suggest you spend a few hundred more francs and speak to one. He will be better placed to both give you information and check the criminal register. Actually you can do that yourself either online or through the post office. I need one every 4 years and I think my wife pays CHF 30 for each of us.
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I wondered how Lheyn's husband (or is it husband-to-be?) feels about what has happened.
I bet OP didn't tell him.
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Old 14.03.2018, 13:51
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If I was the judge (and I might be), it may influence the outcome
OOOh, can I be the judge?

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