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Old 19.08.2008, 13:15
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Should I inform in the Gemeinde?

Hi all,

I am going to change my present working department to other department in the same company. I am a Non-EU B holder. Should I inform about the change in the gemeinde. I have a new job contract from the new department. Would it effect my B-permit renewal.?

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Old 19.08.2008, 13:19
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Re: Should I inform in the Gemeinde?

On the one hand, the Gemeinde wants to know anything that affects your work status - but on the other hand, as long as you remain with the same company, they could care less what you actually do there.

Bottom line (and for your peace of mind!): in case of doubt, tell them. They can make your life miserable otherwise...

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Old 19.08.2008, 13:22
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Re: Should I inform in the Gemeinde?

Should I also show them my new job contract?
Will it be a problem during permit renewal if I dont show them?

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On the one hand, the Gemeinde wants to know anything that affects your work status - but on the other hand, as long as you remain with the same company, they could care less what you actually do there.

Bottom line (and for your peace of mind!): in case of doubt, tell them. They can make your life miserable otherwise...

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Re: Should I inform in the Gemeinde?

No idea, but if you've got the contract in hand I'd just take it along when you go there. What's the big deal?

General advice for dealing with Swiss officialdom: hand over all plausibly relevant documents; let them figure out which ones they need and don't need. Saves headscratching and return visits.

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Old 19.08.2008, 13:34
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No idea, but if you've got the contract in hand I'd just take it along when you go there. What's the big deal?

General advice for dealing with Swiss officialdom: hand over all plausibly relevant documents; let them figure out which ones they need and don't need. Saves headscratching and return visits.

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Thanks for the info MathNut.
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Re: Should I inform in the Gemeinde?

All work-related information requirements and processes as far as non-EU citizen are concerned must be fulfilled by the employers not the employees.
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Re: Should I inform in the Gemeinde?

All that goes into the B permit is the company and you rough job title (mine says Engineer, whatever that means, 10 years and a few Science degrees has finally made me an Engineer I guess...). But as Shorrick points out, it's not your job to do anything.
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