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arianemin 08.03.2019 20:01

Non-EU work permit L - Consequences for dependent
 
Me and my wife are both No-EU and have been in CH on student permit (B) since 2010. I am postdoc but dependent on her permit (family reunion). Since I am dependent on her permit I have right to work and on this basis HR accepted my contract for another year(our previous permit was valid for another year). Now she has found a job (open ended) in Valais. Today we were informed that they have given her an L permit. So as dependent now I am in a deep shit. The responsible in cantonal office told me this is the common practice and the first permit is an L, but that I can work with a dependent L permit. However I have read in this forum that it is not the case and the dependent of L permit holder can not work with L permit. Can it be a different from one canton to another? Is there a way to appeal?


One more question: I know that after 2 years of L we will have a B. Then when can we have a C? right after B(since we will have been in CH be 10 years) or do we need to wait another 2 years on B?

Medea Fleecestealer 09.03.2019 14:54

Re: Non-EU work permit L - Consequences for dependent
 
You can work with an L, but any employer has to meet certain labour and market conditions to be able to hire you.

"Family members of a holder of a short-term residence permit (Article 26 OASA) do not enjoy the right to exercise a lucrative activity. The exercise of a lucrative activity is subject to authorization. Upon admission, a request from the employer respecting the remuneration and working conditions in use in the locality and branch must have been submitted. In addition, members of the family of a holder of a short-stay permit (Article 26 OASA) must have professional qualifications (personal qualifications, Article 23 LEtr)."

arianemin 09.03.2019 15:15

Re: Non-EU work permit L - Consequences for dependent
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Medea Fleecestealer (Post 3049448)
You can work with an L, but any employer has to meet certain labour and market conditions to be able to hire you.

"Family members of a holder of a short-term residence permit (Article 26 OASA) do not enjoy the right to exercise a lucrative activity. The exercise of a lucrative activity is subject to authorization. Upon admission, a request from the employer respecting the remuneration and working conditions in use in the locality and branch must have been submitted. In addition, members of the family of a holder of a short-stay permit (Article 26 OASA) must have professional qualifications (personal qualifications, Article 23 LEtr)."

Thanks! how about the time we can get a C permit?
1. 2 years after L permit and right after they change L to B permit- if they do- (almost 2 years from now)?
2. 2 years after they change L to B permit (4 years from now)
3. or in worst case 5 years after they change L to B permit (7 years from now)
I remind that her contractis open ended.


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