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Old 29.09.2011, 20:08
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Some of my friends told me that dependents must leave the country if permit extension is in process beyond last date of B permit or extension is granted while one is on RAV.
With respect your friends are idiots.

Ps I was joking about the respect bit.
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Old 29.09.2011, 23:54
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Re: I just quit and my B Permit expires. Do I get kicked out?

Dear swissbob

I should still thank you for quick response

Could you pl elaborate seems you know the answer
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Old 29.08.2012, 10:24
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Re: I just quit and my B Permit expires. Do I get kicked out?

Hi all,

I just wanted to get some fresh input into this thread.

is it confirmed that one does not get kicked out of Switzerland immediately after the notice period??
I have several months to go until the permit expires and a few job leads. I am considering getting it over with and taking the plunge this week.

I am an non-EU B permit holder (tied to the employer)
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Old 29.08.2012, 16:59
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Re: I just quit and my B Permit expires. Do I get kicked out?

There's no confirmation as it depends on your case.
A non eu national doesn't benefit from the free 3 month period that an EU/EEA national benefits from to look for work without a job.
Therefore a non eu national can be given notice to leave the country as soon as one quits the job on which their permit is based which in effect invalidates the permit.
In addition you will be expected to look for work from the day of quitting, be expected to register at your Gemeinde as unemployed after your notice period, and be expected to register with the Rav from the date of quitting, and meeting their conditions, which can be strenuous.
Does this answer your question?
Allow me to be clear, as soon as you quit your job you have invalidated your permit as it is based on an employment relationship you have ended from that date. The fact that there's a contractual notice with respect to your employer is irrelevant to the authorities as they are not a party to your employment contract. They are however a party to your residence/work permit relationship, which by quitting you have also ended of your own volition. They therefore reserve the right to react according to the law.
How they will do so depends on your case, which you will find out when you infrom them that the basis of your permit you have unilaterally decided to terminate. You must tell them this within 8 days as written on your permit in at least 2 Swiss languages.
No-one here can provide any confirmations on how you will be assessed.

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Old 30.08.2012, 10:30
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Re: I just quit and my B Permit expires. Do I get kicked out?

Ok, so this is different from what I have been reading. I had understood that because it is reviewed on an annual basis, the authorities will not act upon my lack of job until it is time to renew it.

Aside from that, I am already entitled to unemployment benefits (as I have been paying them for the last 2.5 years) thus after the first 3 months penalty, RAV become my employer.


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How they will do so depends on your case, which you will find out when you infrom them that the basis of your permit you have unilaterally decided to terminate. You must tell them this within 8 days as written on your permit in at least 2 Swiss languages.
No-one here can provide any confirmations on how you will be assessed.
My permit days no such thing in any Swiss language. Could it be that we are talking about a different permit/document????
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