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Old 16.11.2019, 22:53
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Re: Can I keep my permit? Living in CH, working in DE

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Maybe it would also be an idea to restart my health insurance sooner so that this would not lead to any questions concerning my residence permit?
I think they will still notice that you are suddenly not paying any taxes or ahv contributions and want to know why!
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Old 16.11.2019, 23:42
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Re: Can I keep my permit? Living in CH, working in DE

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But do you really think the authorities will look into this on their own? And even if they do, they would surely need some time (months?) and evidence to revoke my permit?


I know it's quite a complicated case...
You permit automatically expires if you are out of the country, it will be up to you to prove that you were in line with the rules all the time not the other way around.

You are making this far more complicated that it has to be and in reality for very little advantage.
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