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non-eu work permit for internsip

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i am an indian nationalm living in france since 2 yearsm i am currently pursing my masters in security science, Recently found a internship in Geneva for 6 months and company agree to apply me a work permit, how long its going to take for a work permit? is it worth considering the offer ? I already had 1 internship offers from RATP(Paris).

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Re: non-eu work permit for internsip

Welcome to the forum.

It takes as long as it takes. Just depends on whether or not you/the company need to provide more info, how long it takes them to check out stuff, etc. Also how long the processing times are with the covid situation atm. Might be better to go with the Paris internship since you're already based in France.
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It takes as long as it takes. Just depends on whether or not you/the company need to provide more info, how long it takes them to check out stuff, etc. Also how long the processing times are with the covid situation atm. Might be better to go with the Paris internship since you're already based in France.
But Pay is what Makes me think a lot, 3500chf a month for internship and the company is kinda huge and possibility of having full-time afterwards . I was taking with HR about G permit so that i can commute between France and Geneva, My application was already sent to Canton and waiting for a response. As this Switzerland company is also based in Paris the financer promised me in case of any refusal he will offer me a contact from Paris..

This situation is confusing and making me depressed 😩😩😩
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Re: non-eu work permit for internsip

3500f is not a fortune here. Housing is expensive and health insurance is mandatory. If you could get these two alone in Geneva for less than 2-2500 I would be amazed. France voisine would be less expensive but then you would have the commute costs.

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But Pay is what Makes me think a lot, 3500chf a month for internship and the company is kinda huge and possibility of having full-time afterwards . I was taking with HR about G permit so that i can commute between France and Geneva, My application was already sent to Canton and waiting for a response. As this Switzerland company is also based in Paris the financer promised me in case of any refusal he will offer me a contact from Paris..

This situation is confusing and making me depressed 😩😩😩
That wouldn't be possible since a non-EU national must have permanent French residency to qualify for one as well as having lived in a border zone for at least 6 months. I also doubt a 6 month internship would meet the labour/market conditions required.

https://www.sem.admin.ch/sem/en/home...willigung.html
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NON - EU work permit living in france

I am from India and completed my Masters in France, I was offered a full time job by a company in Geneva and willing to apply for a work permit, at the time of my internship company requested for Permit G as i resides in France, due to Covid delays we never heard from the Canton, As Post Grad super easy to get a permit here or to start a self business how easy is it to get a G Permit for non EU ?



MY Plan is to start a business in France and work as contract worker.
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Re: NON - EU work permit living in france

It is very difficult to get a G permit as non EU. There are rules that state that you either have to have permanent residency and have lived there for 6 months (but that may be for EU only).


Have a look at the permit section on the forum, there are lots of discussions and answers on this.
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Non EU Auto Entrepreneur

I completed my Masters in France and has a Auto Entrepreneur status do i need a permit to provide service as a cross border worker ? My Employee is in Geneva
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Re: Non EU Auto Entrepreneur

You keep asking the same question and the answer is still the same.

"Third-country nationals will only be given a cross-border commuter G-permit, if they have a permanent residence permit in a neighboring country. They also need to have had their residence in the neighboring country’s border zone for at least six months and fulfill the labor market requirements. G-permits are usually valid for one year, and are limited to the border zone of the issuing canton. Third-country border commuters require permission to change jobs."

https://www.sem.admin.ch/sem/en/home...willigung.html

That is for full time employment.

If you have your own business in France and work as a freelance then the company in Geneva could use your services for up to 90 days a year.

https://www.sem.admin.ch/sem/en/home...verfahren.html
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