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What Companies Should Know About Swiss Immigration: Q&A Overview

Posted by on Oct 3, 2017 2:45:00 PM

Whether you are a company based in Switzerland, or a company based abroad hoping to send employees to Switzerland for work, understanding the applicable Swiss immigration requirements is crucial. We have taken some of the most common questions that arise in our area of work and put together a short Q&A blog to help companies understand some of the most key requirements under Swiss immigration law. Read on to learn more!

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In order to help companies understand some of the most key requirements under Swiss immigration law, we have compiled a Q&A overview that touches upon the following questions:

  1. Who needs work authorisation in order to carry out work activities in Switzerland?
  2. I work at a company based outside of Switzerland, and we would like to send one of our Non EU employees to Switzerland on assignment to work for a certain period of time at our company's Swiss branch office. What do we need to do?
  3. I work at a Swiss company, and we would like to hire a Non EU national on a local Swiss employment contract. What do we need to do?
  4. Is it true that for EU nationals wanting to work in Switzerland, no work permit application is required?
  5. What are the current immigration requirements with regard to Bulgarian, Romanian, and Croatian citizens?

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Topics: Private Clients | Corporate & Commercial | Employment

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Benjamin Dürig

Benjamin’s practice focuses on M&A and corporate finance transactions, along with corporate law. He offers in-depth expertise on the legal issues relating to real estate in transactions, including regulatory aspects, environmental issues, and tenancy law. Benjamin joined our firm as an associate in 2009 and became counsel in 2017. Before that, he worked at a Zurich district court for a number of years. He was admitted to the Zurich Bar in 2007, and was then employed by a French-speaking law firm in Berne and Biel/Bienne. Benjamin’s law degree is from the University of Zurich (2003), and his working languages are German, French and English. Benjamin is a member of the Swiss Bar Association, the Zurich Bar Association, the Franco-Swiss Chamber for Trade and Industry, and the International Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA).

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Felix M. Mathis

Felix is a Zurich-based of counsel with a particular focus on corporate and commercial law. He has been a partner at our Zurich office since 1995 and is of counsel since 2017. He is experienced in all aspects of commercial law, both contentious and non-contentious. He advises domestic and international clients on a broad range of industries, including aviation, pharmaceuticals, construction and the Internet. Felix obtained his law degrees from the University of Zurich in 1980 and New York University (MCJ) in 1988. Felix is a member of the Zurich Bar Association, the Swiss Bar Association and the Union Internationale des Avocats (UIA).

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Daisy Vacher

Daisy's work focuses on matters of Swiss immigration and the procurement of work permits for companies wanting to employ foreign nationals in Switzerland. Before joining Froriep as an attorney, Daisy spent three years working for Fragomen Global Immigration Services in Zurich. Before that she was an associate attorney with Izaguirre Law in Colorado Springs, USA. In 2006 she completed her Bachelor of Arts at the University of Arizona followed by her Juris Doctor degree from the Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver in 2011. Later that same year she was admitted to the Colorado Bar. She is a native English speaker and speaks fluent Spanish. She also has a good command of French and Italian, and speaks intermediate-level German.

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