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Do I need to print this out when travelling to CH? Carry it in a polly pocket like a certificate?
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Re: Laissez-passer

Hi Marie

If you have a Swiss permit, you don't need a laissez passer.

If you don't have a permit, you will need to show the lp to the border official. A printout is always easier than a pdf on your phone.

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Hi Marie

If you have a Swiss permit, you don't need a laissez passer.

If you don't have a permit, you will need to show the lp to the border official. A printout is always easier than a pdf on your phone.

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Hi Ian I left my B permit in my apartment
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Re: Laissez-passer

Where are you travelling to/from ?



What other ID documents do you have with you - passport ?
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Hi everyone!

Do I need to print this out when travelling to CH? Carry it in a polly pocket like a certificate?
You need to get it from the Swiss embassy. You’ll need to show it at check-in and maybe boarding and immigration.
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Where are you travelling to/from ?



What other ID documents do you have with you - passport ?
The UK: https://www.englishforum.ch/permits-...itzerland.html
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Hi Ian I left my B permit in my apartment
Get somebody to collect it and send it to you. Or go to the Swiss consulate.
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