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Hello,


I am an expat from non- EU country. I worked here for a bank on a work-permit but now my contract may be terminated because of the redundancy. Would anyone know what would be my status in Switzerland once my contract is terminated? I have a couple of interviews coming up but anxious that would have to leave Switzerland once my contract is terminated.


Any insights you could offer would be most helpful.


Thanks,


Gennadiy


 

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Hello,


I am an expat from non- EU country. I worked here for a bank on a work-permit but now my contract may be terminated because of the redundancy. Would anyone know what would be my status in Switzerland once my contract is terminated? I have a couple of interviews coming up but anxious that would have to leave Switzerland once my contract is terminated.


Any insights you could offer would be most helpful.


Thanks,


Gennadiy


 


Gennadiy BorodinskiyJan 17, 2010 @ 20:21
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go check out http://www.englishforum.ch . They have tons of discussion/information on that.


As far as I know, your work permit will be invalid as it should be attached to your last employment, especially if it is a L permit. You should still go for your interviews and let them know your situation. Some of them might be willing to apply for a new permit for you. Or extend/change your permit.


Your best bet is to talk to your local migration office. They are pretty helpful in this stuff.

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go check out http://www.englishforum.ch . They have tons of discussion/information on that.


As far as I know, your work permit will be invalid as it should be attached to your last employment, especially if it is a L permit. You should still go for your interviews and let them know your situation. Some of them might be willing to apply for a new permit for you. Or extend/change your permit.


Your best bet is to talk to your local migration office. They are pretty helpful in this stuff.


cruiseyong, Jan 22, 2010 @ 00:36
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