What type of permit do I need to stay in Switzerland?

What type of permit do I need to stay in Switzerland?

First and most importantly, anyone who stays in Switzerland for more than three months must have a residence permit. A residence permit, also known as a foreigner’s ID card, is issued by the Cantonal Migration Office responsible for your place

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Taxation in Switzerland Income Tax

Taxation in Switzerland Income Tax

In Switzerland, tax is levied on the federal, cantonal and communal level. The federal  tax is levied on your income, whereas the 26 cantons and approximately 2400 communes levy tax both on income and property. As is typical for Switzerland’s

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The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Learning Swiss German

The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Learning Swiss German

This is how to start If you are already catching up on your favorite German and Swiss TV shows, movies and pop stars to help you brush up your listening skills, why not start dipping into Swiss culture too? I

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Working in Switzerland: How you succeed!

All you need to know about working in Switzerland If you are an EU citizen, you don’t need a work permit for Switzerland. Thanks to the bilateral agreements between Switzerland and the EU, any EU citizen may work in Switzerland;

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Festivals and holidays in Switzerland

Festivals and holidays in Switzerland

Like every other country in the world, Switzerland has a reputation which is often somewhat cliched. The world believes that the Swiss are punctual, they are neutral and they make good “ChÀÀs” and “Schoggi”. All true of course, but did

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5 reasons why you should learn Swiss German now

5 reasons why you should learn Swiss German now

Today we prepared an article that summarizes the 5 major reasons why you should start learning Swiss German now. For both your personal and your business life, there are great advantages if you know the local language. We show you

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