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offered received, then what?

Hello,
I have read through some of the posts, could not find any like situation so openning a new thread.

I am offered a job from an international school in Switzerland to teach mathematics. How can I learn the current work permit quota left?

Does one need a shengen visa to travel to other European countries after getting the work permit, if she does not hold a EU passport?

Thanks for your help,

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Re: offered received, then what?

your employer should deal with the permit, have you asked them about these ins and outs?

if you need a Schengen visa now, you will afterwards I believe.
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