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Hello,
I am a non-EU student finishing my Master's at the UZH. I am an intern in a FinTech start-up, and I will most probably be offered a job after I get my diploma.
I have searched through the posts, but I have not yet found a definite answer to this situation. I would really appreciate someone shedding some light on these questions:

1. Suppose my diploma is issued on the 1st of April. Does the 6 month period begin automatically after this date, or should I first apply for this 6 month period permit, and after that apply for the permit to stay here long term?

2. Suppose I have the diploma, the job contract and the rental agreement. Is there any other document I should add to my application?

3. Are there any quotas for non-EU students with swiss degree, applying during these first 6 months?

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Re: Non-EU Student

in question: I have proof of financial means too
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Old 15.08.2019, 08:31
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Re: Non-EU Student

The 6 months start when you graduate.

If you have a job offer then you don't apply for the job seeker permit, but an ordinary one. Whether that will be an L or a B will depend on the employment contract.

No, not for the first 6 months. After that the non-EU hiring rules kick in.
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Re: Non-EU Student

Non-EU employees donít apply for work permits. The companies hiring them must apply for the work permits on their behalf.

The non-EU graduate hiring rules in the first six months are really no different from the non-EU graduate hiring rules after the first six months. The cantons seem to have applied an interpretation of the Neirynck initiative that does not put non-EU graduates on equal footing with EU graduates.

This does not mean that it is impossible for non-EU graduates to find employment in Switzerland. Most employers just canít be bothered to go through the process.
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Re: Non-EU Student

Hey,
Many thanks for your responses.

However, I have two other questions:

1) Is the procedure to be carried out by the employer cumbersome?
2) Suppose I got the degree today. And the contract is ready, I got a rent agreement and enough financial resources. What is the next step? What should the employer have to extra? Should I send all the documents to some institution?

Thank you once again.
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Re: Non-EU Student

If you have a job before you graduate/or after, your employer just follows the regular procedure for a non-EU application for a permit. You don't do anything other than provide all the documents the employer requires.
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Old 18.08.2019, 19:19
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Hey,
Many thanks for your responses.

However, I have two other questions:

1) Is the procedure to be carried out by the employer cumbersome?
2) Suppose I got the degree today. And the contract is ready, I got a rent agreement and enough financial resources. What is the next step? What should the employer have to extra? Should I send all the documents to some institution?

Thank you once again.
I wouldn't sign a new, long-term rental agreement until you know whether or not your permit is approved.
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