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problem with migrationsamt help help..

Good Evening,

Here is the trouble i have to deal with Swiss authorities. I am a Non-EU Pass holder with a valid German work permit. I have been living in Germany for 4 years. I have got a master degree in software engineering from Germany and been working there for couple of years. Recently my boyfriend(EU pass) got a new job in one of the banks and we relocated to Zürich. Then we registered at the stadt office and applied for the permit on 15th July. He got a B permit and started working, i was waiting and meanwhile searching for prospective employers, until yesterday i got a letter from the Migrationsamt which says i have to leave the country and apply for a visum from abroad and stay there until the swiss authorities verify if they can allocate a permit or not.

We went directly to the Migrationsamt in Zürich and try to discuss the fact that we are having an apartment in Zürich, and i am not living in germany anymore, the response from the old lady was very rude. She insists i must leave the country, and even if i apply for a visum the chances of getting a permit are null.(excuse me?)

Legally i am entitled to stay here uptil 3months, which ends of 14th of October.

The best case is, i find a job in the meantime. If not he resign his job and we have to go back to Germany, as he doesnt wanna stay here alone. In that case we lose a lot of money which we had to spend in here in many ways..

My question is as he pays his tax in here and hold a 5 year B permit, why the authorities refuses the fact that he can sponsor me and give a residence permit for more than 3 months.

Is there anybody out there who has some idea about this kind of situations/ or the article 10 Abs.2 and Art. 17 Abs.1 of Bundesgesetzes from 16.12.2005? Any good lawyers/ advices can help a lot..

Any suggestions that can help us in this case are welcome..

Many Thanks in Advance
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Re: problem with migrationsamt help help..

Marry your boyfriend. That entitles you to live and work in Switzerland.

You can find the relevant information here:
http://www.bfm.admin.ch/content/dam/...nnachzug-d.pdf
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Re: problem with migrationsamt help help..

seen something similar to this before...

afraid to say you have to leave the country and apply...

they make the rules and you have to play by the rules
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Old 31.08.2010, 21:03
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Re: problem with migrationsamt help help..

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Here is the trouble i have to deal with Swiss authorities.

Sorry to say it's the Swiss authorities who have trouble with you.

You entered the country intending to settle without going through any of the necessary hoops like everyone else. They found out. Now you have to face the consequences. What on earth made you think you'd get away with it?
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Re: problem with migrationsamt help help..

just re-apply from germany. or keep going back and forth on 3 month visiting periods.
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