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Can I keep my permit? Living in CH, working in DE

Hello,

I’ve got a situation that is not really common in Switzerland and there is also not much on EF here.

I am currently on a five year B permit (EU) and will soon start to work in Germany. I really want to keep my permit as my family lives with me in CH and I would like to work in Switzerland in the not so distant future.

I will travel home every weekend (workplace is not near the border), but will stay in Germany during the week. This will lead to me being registered in both Switzerland and Germany at the same time, hopefully not an issue.

I will also pay full taxes in Germany due to bilateral agreements that prohibit former residents of Germany to avoid full taxation for five years after relocating to Switzerland.

Is there anything that I should or shouldn’t do in order to keep my current permit?

Any advice or information is much appreciated.

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