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Old 26.08.2021, 20:40
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Don't sweat it too much, we applied as a family and still only me got refused, for no apparent reason, except my non EU nationality.

You mentioned your wife is EU, can you obtain EU citizenship ?
Well, then no rules seem to exist, only the good will of a clerk

I am the wife; my husband obtained his EU nationality through his parents/grandparents. Not working for me.
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VinTA is either a family thing or an individual, hence in my opinion they are right in treating you as an individual.

I know of so many cases where a person was here for many years on B , got married but couldn't apply under VinTA soon enough since the spouse wasn't eligible due to stay being less than 5 years. So re-iterating VinTA is either family or an individual.

In your special case with EU spouse , VinTA family was never a choice unfortunately.

Hence they treat you as single VinTA applicant and you must fulfil the eligibility irrespective of the fact that you are a member of household. Not being in University at the time of application also didn't favor you.

Other option is to check your normal C permit eligibility (not VinTA) and take that approach. May be being a spouse of EU is already in your favor with regards to the timeline.


What do you mean by 'VinTA is either a family thing or an individual'?

One person in a married couple can apply for VinTa, without the spouse, before the spouse finishes 5 years in Switzerland. At least in Zurich.
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Can you kindly block me, rather than groaning at my almost-every post please? Common sense renders blocking someone who you don't like, rather than continuously groaning their posts, a far more effective use of time, and more community-spirited frankly.

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OP I think it also makes sense to try once you're enrolled, and have spent a bit of time studying. You can then add a section to your application, mentioning how rewarding you're finding that experience, and what you're learning about your course and fellow students.
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