Emigration and Visas in Switzerland
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Hello everyone,My name is Hermann Rodrigue KOUADIO, I am African, of Ivorian nationality. My interest on this site is to sell large quantities of agricultural products including cocoa beans, roucou seeds, and cashew nuts. And to allow German companies to build a supply chain with producers.I have a quantity of 10,000 tons of cocoa beans for sale for the next harvest in September-December. I am
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I have been asked through a colleague to run a bar for a private event at a chateau in France. It is a pay per drink bar, and I am trying to make sense of the legal requirements - any advice please
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Foreigners who wish to live in Switzerland must obtain a residence permit. There are different types of residence permits according to length of stay and status (i.e. student or work permits). EU citizens can stay in Switzerland for up to three months without a residence permit if they are looking for work in that time. Anyone entering Switzerland for the purpose of transacting business is subject to strict Swiss laws relating to residence and work. It is best to consult the Swiss embassy regarding visas and permits prior to moving to Switzerland as legislation regarding entry into the country is currently changing.
Emigration is a major factor to consider when expanding a business to Switzerland.