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My job is looking to transfer me from the U.S. to Switzerland. I know I will need a Visa, etc that they will help with but my question is in regards to my wife. She currently works from home for a U.S.company that solely operates out of the U.S. (no foreign operations / locations). Logistically she could just continue to work remotely from anywhere but legally would she need a work permit in Switzerland to keep doing her job? How would we need to report her income?
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Re: Working Remotely for US Co

Assuming you are non-EU, you will likely receive either a non-EU permit B or a non-EU permit L. Your B permit allows your wife to automatically work while an L permit requires permission to work. See this link for Canton Zurich (German):

https://awa.zh.ch/internet/volkswirt...ennachzug.html

Note that the regulations might be different for other cantons.

Since your wife's company does not operate in Switzerland, she could do one of the following:
1. Register for Anobag status as an employee of a foreign company. She would be responsible for paying Swiss social charges and pension costs, although her company could reimburse her for this. An accountant could assist her with her filings.
2. Work for a Swiss payroll service, which would be her legal employer and would handle the social charge and pension aspects of employment. Payroll services charge a fee for this service. Please feel free to contact me via pm for the name of one in the German area.
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