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Vida 23.02.2020 16:56

Non EU stay in Switzerland?
 
Hallo everyone,
I have a question please
i am in Switzerland since 3 years and 4 months. at the moment i am doing a 2 years Diplom ( EBA Ausbildung ) I am in the fourth Semester now, in July i will be finished.
my wife and i will divorce soon.
will i have to leave the country? as am a student now and can not offer my living( rent, food etc...) or will i get help from Stadt Zürich to continue my studies and work later
i have no idea, i will be happier when i get some Infos please
Thanks in Advence

Medea Fleecestealer 23.02.2020 18:35

Re: Non EU stay in Switzerland?
 
Seems most likely, but every case is different. It really depends on whether you can meet the criteria to get you an independent permit.

https://www.ch.ch/en/right-to-reside...th-or-divorce/

Vida 23.02.2020 19:29

Re: Non EU stay in Switzerland?
 
thank you very much Medea:)

Medea Fleecestealer 23.02.2020 21:18

Re: Non EU stay in Switzerland?
 
Also don't know whether this might apply if you're graduating from a uni.

https://www.sem.admin.ch/sem/en/home...ml#Derogations from the admission requirements

If so, then you might be able to get a L permit for up to 6 months to look for a job here.

kngavl 23.02.2020 21:47

Re: Non EU stay in Switzerland?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Medea Fleecestealer (Post 3150668)
Also don't know whether this might apply if you're graduating from a uni.

https://www.sem.admin.ch/sem/en/home...ml#Derogations from the admission requirements

If so, then you might be able to get a L permit for up to 6 months to look for a job here.

Unfortunately, in order to get that L permit they will have to show proof of having enough income to support themselves for 6 months e.g. bank statements, RAV support, guarantors etc.

Guest 23.02.2020 21:51

Re: Non EU stay in Switzerland?
 
Is there an entitlement to partner-alimentation in your situation.

I don't think they will have a big problem with letting you finish your education here since it is only a few months, but you do need money for that. Perhaps you can take a loan from your parents or something like that.

doropfiz 23.02.2020 23:08

Re: Non EU stay in Switzerland?
 
Since apprentices earn very little, I presume your wife is now supporting you while you do your apprenticeship. Depending upon your and your wife's circumstances, a Court might find it reasonable that your wife continue to support you until your apprenticeship is completed.

Here is an advice centre for people doing apprenticeships such as your EBA.
https://kabel-berufslehre.ch/angebote/index.html

There, they may be able to tell you about possible sources of income such as bursaries or loans.

If your wife cannot or will not support you, are their others around you who might help you now? If your aim is to stay in Switzerland, then what could you offer, so that someone might want to help? For example, is there a family which might let you stay at their place, in exchange for your helping with their garden or with babysitting? If you have a reasonable relationship with your employer, or with the teachers at your EBA school, have you approached them to ask whether they know of a solution, just until you've passed your exams?

doropfiz 23.02.2020 23:09

Re: Non EU stay in Switzerland?
 
To be considered for a permit that continues after your apprenticeship is completed, ideally, you should try to find an offer of employment starting immediately after your apprenticeship.

I say this because the main thing that the Migrationsamt (which decides about permits) must look out for is whether or not you will be self-supporting. If they think that there is any chance that you will end up without any income and then needing to claim money from the Sozialamt (social security), then they are more likely to deny your permit application. If, on the other hand, you can show that you will have a proper salary, there is more chance that you will be allowed to stay.

doropfiz 24.02.2020 00:03

Re: Non EU stay in Switzerland?
 
Another factor in support of your permit application: if you have children, who will support them?

If there is any possibility that, without your financial contribution, the children (and their mother) would need to draw benefits from the Sozialamt, then naturally it would be better if you were here to earn money and help support them.

The Migrationsamt might be persuaded to let you stay if you can show that you will be earning and will pay towards the costs of supporting your children.


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