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Get Ready for Summer: Swiss Immigration Tips for Companies as Summertime Approaches

Posted by on May 5, 2017 2:34:49 PM

As summer draws closer, focus can naturally shift to holidays and much anticipated events with family and friends. We have compiled a check-list to help you stay organised this time of year around your company's Swiss immigration needs in order to avoid stress and enjoy the summer season to its fullest. Read on to learn more!


In order to help companies and their foreign employees plan for the summer season from a Swiss immigration perspective, we have compiled a check-list that touches upon the following topics:

  1. Vacation planning
  2. New employee start-date planning
  3. Swiss permits needing renewal/extension during summer
  4. Foreign employees departing from Switzerland




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