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Non-Eu Citizen Marrying a Non-Eu "B Permit" Resident

Hello,

I am Canadian, and my (Canadian) fiancée is living in Switzerland on a B permit.

We are marrying July 3rd 2019 in Canada, but in order for me to move to Switzerland to be with her, we were told you can apply for a "Preparation of Marriage" 6 months prior to the date of marriage.

We have called countless Zurich Immigration officers and done tons of research, but it seems that every agent tells us different information.

Does someone have experience in this field?

1) Firstly, we don't even know where to start the process due to conflicting information we've been told. What do we need to do?
2) Can I remain in Switzerland during this 6 month period prior to the date of marriage?

Any information would be extremely helpful. Especially if you have personal experience.

Thanks so much,

Micah
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Old 04.11.2019, 21:42
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Re: Non-Eu Citizen Marrying a Non-Eu "B Permit" Resident

Welcome to the Forum. I assume you mean July of 2020.

AFAIK, the "Preparation of Marriage" visa is only if you're going to get married here in Switzerland.

If you're getting married in Canada but you want to move here earlier, the only options at the moment are 1) to apply for a concubine permit, if the canton where she lives even offers it. She signs to be responsible for you for 5 years, even if the relationship later falls apart. You won't be allowed to work or 2) get a job on your own merits where the employer sponsors your permit.

Otherwise, you keep visiting under the 90 days in/90 days out rule.
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