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Old 07.04.2020, 16:31
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Re: B permit (Non EU) in time of Conorovirus

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Don't worry! The best way to apply a work permit in Switzerland is through a lawyer. And I never feel any discrimination here (except a few eyebrows from organizing Chinese New Year gathering) since the coronavirus situation started.
No, it's not. There's no need for a lawyer at all. Either you, as an EU national, have an employment contract or as a non-EU national the employer has to apply. Neither need a lawyer.

Since the OP is from Singapore then they deal directly with the cantonal migration office where they plan to live. They will either grant or refuse the permit depending on the OP's circumstances, again no lawyer needed.
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Re: B permit (Non EU) in time of Conorovirus

This is based on my own experience and also some friends (non-EU). A lawyer is usually hired to make an appeal when the application is rejected or there are some difficulties such as the migration office taking too long to process the application. Therefore, engaging a lawyer from the start is a good move.
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This is based on my own experience and also some friends (non-EU). A lawyer is usually hired to make an appeal when the application is rejected or there are some difficulties such as the migration office taking too long to process the application. Therefore, engaging a lawyer from the start is a good move.
Since it's the employer who applies I think it would be up to them to appeal the decision, not you.
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Exactly! Cranewings mentioned in his/her first post that the company is engaging a lawyer.
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Thanks mwong - are you from Singapore as well?
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Nope. I'm from Malaysia
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