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Old 27.05.2020, 23:22
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Hello Everyone,
A friend of mine completed his master degree from Germany and decided to marry a swiss born indian girl in Lausanne. She is still doing her university degree from EPFL Lausanne. They were informed to submit documents in swiss consulate Munich as my friend was living there and was on job search visa. Then he moved to Lausanne and visit geminde for anmeldung but he was informed as his documents are under verification process from Germany so he cannot register with local geminde unless documents arrived swiss.

Then they visited Population office and my friend was awarded with 3 month permit card to live in swiss with his spous but work was not allowed. Its already 1 year he is living here (permit extended every time for 3 months)still his documents not arrived and consulatementioned it may take more time as one of the last document need attestation from court and all courts are closed due to covid 19 and he is not allowed to work here even health insurance consultant mentioned he could not make insurance contract on this permit.


Is there anyone who could share valueable information in this situation?
The relevant office who can support him for documentation/ integration? His wife is university student, so hardly she is earning little money for householdstuff and my friend is also doing friwillig work with NGO. Any feedback in this regard will be highly appreciated .



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Old 27.05.2020, 23:39
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Re: Basic rights being swiss partner

She is not Swiss.

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Re: Basic rights being swiss partner

Don't think there's any office that can support him; he just has to wait until all the documentation is accepted.

He should not have moved until he got approval of the permit I'm sorry to say; having done so has probably slowed down the process since he's not in Germany to answer questions, provide more documentation if needed, etc. Also I suspect that if she earns so little the permit would be refused since she obviously can't support him as her dependent.

As Tom said, just because she's Swiss born it does not make her a Swiss national. Does she have Swiss nationality or is she a non-EU national?

And what is "friwillig work"? Whatever it is he's still not allowed to work, be it paid or voluntary. He doesn't have a permit that allows that.
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Old 28.05.2020, 07:52
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And what is "friwillig work"? Whatever it is he's still not allowed to work, be it paid or voluntary. He doesn't have a permit that allows that.
Friwillig is probably freiwillig = voluntary work
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Re: Basic rights being swiss partner

Thanks for your feedback. She also posses swiss passport.
Teachung people with immigrant background. Its unpaid as he is not allowd to work.
Is there any foundation who can support him for legal assistance.


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Re: Basic rights being swiss partner

OK, so she is Swiss if she has a passport then.

Are they married?

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Thanks for your feedback. She also posses swiss passport.
Teachung people with immigrant background. Its unpaid as he is not allowd to work.
Is there any foundation who can support him for legal assistance.


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He has no legal problem, he moved here to quickly and the application is still being processed and yes this could take more months.

Sit back and relax is the only thing to do.
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Thanks for your feedback. She also posses swiss passport.
Teachung people with immigrant background. Its unpaid as he is not allowd to work.
Is there any foundation who can support him for legal assistance.


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As said, unpaid work is not allowed either because it's still work.
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Re: Basic rights being swiss partner

No for cival marriage process documentation is required which is already in progress for last one year.
Of course I know he need patience but question was what other options he has??
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No for cival marriage process documentation is required which is already in progress for last one year.
Of course I know he need patience but question was what other options he has??
None if they are not yet married.

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No for cival marriage process documentation is required which is already in progress for last one year.
Of course I know he need patience but question was what other options he has??
Even once they are married, if she is a student, a permit is likely to be refused as she might not have enough money to support them both!
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Re: Basic rights being swiss partner

Documentation as the OP said. One of the documents needs attestation by a court and the courts are closed.
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