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Old 27.07.2021, 09:21
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Re: EU unmarried couple applying for B-Permit + Concubine in Zurich

I am also not 100% sure this setup could work. I will be curious to see how it unfolds.
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I am also not 100% sure this setup could work. I will be curious to see how it unfolds.
What do you mean?
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Old 27.07.2021, 10:15
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Re: EU unmarried couple applying for B-Permit + Concubine in Zurich

It doesn’t sound legal
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Old 27.07.2021, 10:25
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What do you mean?
That you can work in Switzerland for a company without legal presence in CH or in EU and just use a payroll provider. It sounds scammy.
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Old 27.07.2021, 10:30
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Regarding the questions to the immigration office, do you recommend submitting them in Italian rather than English?
Only if you are writing to the office in Bellinzona or Chur.

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Re: EU unmarried couple applying for B-Permit + Concubine in Zurich

Definitely possible, the situation OP describes is even an official option in the ZEMIS migration database from the SEM:

Code 028 Gainful activity outside of Switzerland

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Re: EU unmarried couple applying for B-Permit + Concubine in Zurich

Thank you @Limegrass

Yes, it's absolutely legal and actually, it greatly benefits a country.

You have companies based elsewhere with employees who decide to reside in Switzerland (and therefore contribute to taxes and social costs).

As long as you remain subject to Swiss employments law.
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Re: EU unmarried couple applying for B-Permit + Concubine in Zurich

I always laugh when I read the complete disconnect some people here have with what kind of wage is "tough". Living on 100K is "tough"?! Give me a break...plenty of my colleagues in the cultural sector make a fraction of that, and still live plenty comfortably. Of course it depends where you live and what kind of lifestyle you want to have. I guess if you want to live a 150K lifestyle on a 100K wage... yeah that's probably difficult to make it work. But the lifestyle you can actually reasonably afford with that 100K? That's not a tough life, and anyone who says so has no perspective and doesn't realise how privileged they are.
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Thank you for your advice!!



How does that work? If they get this permit and then they receive a job offer, can't they then apply for their own B-Permit?

Sorry for the late reply I didn't get any notifications for this thread!
I'm not sure how it works in this case as I don't have any experience of this. It would be best to try and contact the migration office in Zurich to shed some light on this, good luck! I hope your move has gone/goes smoothly!
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