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Old 15.10.2009, 14:31
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what is my permit? [non-EU marrying a Swiss]

Hi Shorrick

i know i will sound stupid , but i do not know exactly the permit (b, c, l, n, etc) i will be getting once they issue me (maybe in dec after marrying my unhelpful swiss husband in nov 2009). Also, with that permit that you are going to advise me, what am i allowed to do with that permit , e.g. work, study, etc?

and for the health insurance, if it happens that the wife does not pay for the cost of this insurance, the husband is obligated to pay on the wife's behalf?! (according to unhelpful husband too)

and with that, will RAV (unhelpful husband claimed this) really pay for my german language study for 6 months regardless what level i am at now? (i am circa in level B1 which consists of A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2...)

and is it really impossible to find a job with the muttersprache as englisch in the area of zürich and thurgau? I am not really stupid actually (only in some areas like i am not familiar to e.g. many german vocabs), i see myself learning quite fast and picking up well in learning the language's grammatik rules but maybe this is just the false perception of mine before the big wave of more indepth learning starts crashing on me . sometimes or maybe all the time, i just cannot imagine and picture myself speaking and understanding the language in a normal way

1. i am from singapore
2. i am marrying the unhelpful husband in nov 2009
3. we have applied with migrationsamt and they have approved and all the paperworks with zivilstandsamt
4. we are in kanton thurgau
5. i hold a bachelor degree in logistics and transport from RMIT (royal melbourne institute technology in australia)

ps. the unhelpful husband is a joke but sometimes he does seemed lacking support in helping me adapt to the swiss culture, regulations, language and .... food lol!
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Old 15.10.2009, 23:23
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Re: what is my permit?

mmmm wanna rethink that marriage a little while first ?

Being a couple is not about his and hers and questions like health insurance shouldn't even come up.
As for the permit, he's Swiss it shouldn't take him more than a few phone calls to reassure you (I think it may be a B permit)
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Re: what is my permit?

i think u got it wrong in the direction of your impression of our relationship. furthermore u are not in this relationship n so not aware about who did less or more of what coz i think i'm rational enough to observe he is a great guy n my words could have misled u to think to the extreme bad end.

would appreciate the answers to the questions directed. thanks anyway, will keep in mind your pointers
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Re: what is my permit?

Hi,
You'll get a B permit. You can work or study with this permit. I've no idea about the health insurance. We have the family plan health insurance that mean we pay it together.
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Re: what is my permit?

Sorry !!!!!!!!

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i think u got it wrong in the direction of your impression of our relationship. furthermore u are not in this relationship n so not aware about who did less or more of what coz i think i'm rational enough to observe he is a great guy n my words could have misled u to think to the extreme bad end.

would appreciate the answers to the questions directed. thanks anyway, will keep in mind your pointers
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Re: what is my permit?

Maybe a little off topic, madnuug, but that's a beautiful profile pic
Hope all goes well re the permit etc
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Is there anyone out there with any info on the NR73?Its the required form to become married and ...legally registered here.I have been waiting a long time and get no satisfaction from them at all.Them being the tax section,govt,ottawa-where else...Life and career on hold because of it.Anyone have similar situations?helpthks-
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and with that, will RAV (unhelpful husband claimed this) really pay for my german language study for 6 months regardless what level i am at now? (i am circa in level B1 which consists of A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2...)
What is RAV? And can anyone answer this question about the so-called RAV paying for german language study for 6 months?

My interest is piqued! Thanks!
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Re: what is my permit?

RAV is the local office for jobless people:
http://www.treffpunkt-arbeit.ch/ueberuns/rav/
If The RAV pays for your german language course ?
You have to call the RAV or make an appointment to find it out
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Re: what is my permit? [non-EU marrying a Swiss]

You are able to apply and get a B Permit, which is current for 1 year. If you reside in Switzerland you will need to renew the permit each year.

It will allow you to work and study.

Your degree is quite a niche area and there are sometimes jobs that come up regarding supplychain and logistics, i.e. project management or general management. Keep trying you should find something if you have some experience and good references.

If you have trouble finding work initially always good to get into German ASAP and also to consider post grad studies.
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