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Old 12.08.2009, 17:11
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Non EU B (Conditional)Permit -New Company registeration - Problem

Dear all,
Iam an Non EU and my Work permit(B Conditional/limited) expires by 27 october 2009.
I had signed my employer that i wont take any employment till my WP end date.
My employer doesn't have work for me after october so they are not going to apply for WP extension.

I had a plan of setting up a travel buisness in Europe.
I found a Local Swiss partner to set up a company.Buisness plan and others things
are ready.

Now my question
I don't want to create problem for my current employer if there is a conflict
in my company starting process with my Conditional B Permit(like authorites call up the lawyer/hr of my current
company to inform about my act in forming a company)


Do the authorities inform my company lawyer/HR ?


When would be the best time to submit papers to the authorities for setting
up the company so that it doesn't conflict with the agreement i signed to my employer.
I fear that i will be fired out of my current company when they come to know
through the authorities of my company registration before 27 oct 2009 ( for example
if i register my company in september 1st week).


Is it possible to register my new company 1 week before my WP expiry?


How best i can handle the situation? please suggest me some good ideas
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Re: Non EU B (Conditional)Permit -New Company registeration - Problem

Awaiting for the valuable answers from the forum members.
PLease help me
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Old 13.08.2009, 12:57
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Re: Non EU B (Conditional)Permit -New Company registeration - Problem

I think you have to carefully separate agreements you made with your employer and laws/conditions from the state. The right moment to contact the authorities to inform yourself about the time flow and chances for a permit change without leaving Switzerland inbetween is now You can find more information about the general requirements for self-employment on EF, but owning an employer linked B permit and your employment contract probably makes your case too special to get many more answers here.

ps. Please don't bump threads.
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Re: Non EU B (Conditional)Permit -New Company registeration - Problem

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When would be the best time to submit papers to the authorities for setting
up the company so that it doesn't conflict with the agreement i signed to my employer.
I fear that i will be fired out of my current company when they come to know
through the authorities of my company registration before 27 oct 2009 ( for example
if i register my company in september 1st week).
Idea 1
Please ask registration department whether you can register now but registration comes in effect post october 27,2009. If its possible, then what you do post oct 27,its none of the business for your previous employer

Idea 2

Let your partner register and you can give monetary contributions and support to him. you can have separate agreement with your partner about the contributions you made and post oct 27, you will have same rights as him.

Once this is done, you can join your partner post oct officially and now continue to support him offline.


Idea 3

Take your supervisor in confidence and tell him that you want to be in CH and contribute towards your plan of doing something here. Ask him if he can help you in any way. dont disclose your current plans. let him speak. then, till him that if ensuring your current responsibilities, if you start looking around, would that be acceptable.stress on this that right now, your current responsibilities are high prirority. In a way, show that only based on his informal permission, you will start searching. Once you get his nod, you are done. Just do it openly and at time show how dedicated you are....Whenever they come to know about your new avenue, they will not be shocked and infact respect you that you kept them informed.( HR will contact your supervisor in any case)


Idea 4

I am interested too..I can also be your partner and we can have an internal agreement, you can join me post oct 27,2009

thanks
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