Category Archives: Immigration Lawyer Switzerland

Immigration Lawyer Zurich Switzerland – Your english speaking immigration consultant in Zurich


A whopping 400,000 individuals with foreign nationality live in the canton of Zurich. 275,000 of them are nationals of an EU/EFTA state. 125,000 are so-called third-country nationals (not EU/EFTA citizens);

The Migration Office of the Canton of Zurich is in charge of granting, extending or withdrawing (revoking) residence permits of foreigners living in the Canton of Zurich. It also has the task of supporting the economic, social and educational integration of foreigners living in the Canton in order to promote and ensure equal opportunities for all its inhabitants.

Do you need legal advice for your settlement permit? I will be happy to assist you. As a lawyer for migration law in Zurich Switzerland, it is therefore worthwhile in any case to consult us when it comes to the denial of residence or settlement permits without any apparent reason.

Our law firm in Zurich has extensive expertise in the field of migration law as well as in matters relating to the Agreement on the Free Movement of Persons (FMPA), which applies to EU citizens and nationals of EFTA countries. Our law firm in Zurich is also the right contact in this area. Make an appointment for:

EU/EFTA permits, L permits (short stay), B permits (annual stay), C permits (settlement)
Types of non-EU/EFTA permits and identity cards
Non-EU/EFTA permit, L (short-term residence permit), B (annual residence permit), C (permanent residence permit)

Our foreign law specialists also assist and advise companies in Switzerland that need to obtain and renew Swiss work permits for their foreign employees.

Immigration Lawyer Basel Switzerland – English speaking immigration consultant in Basel

We provide our clients with assistance in all procedures and represent them before the competent immigration authorities.

Obtaining work permits for employees of a Company.
Corporate migration (inbound/inward), relocating to Switzerland.

Obtaining residence permits for retirees.
Assistance in naturalization procedures.
Applying for family reunification for EU/EFTA and non EU/EFTA citizens

Switzerland is not a member of the European Union. However, it has signed the Agreement on the Free Movement of Persons and is therefore part of the Schengen/Dublin area, thus promoting the free movement of persons under certain conditions. However, the Swiss system of granting permits and nationality remains complex and may be subject to quotas depending on the nationality of the applicant. In some instances, competencies are being conferred on the cantons and municipalities.

Permit: The requirements for obtaining a permit for an EU/EFTA citizen have become more favourable in recent years, while the requirements for obtaining a permit for a non-EU citizen remain cumbersome. However, it is likely that in the context of a global and worldwide economic crisis, such as the health epidemic that broke out in the spring of 2020, the regulations for entry and residence in Switzerland will be more stringent, even for EU/EFTA nationals.

There are many different permits to work and/or reside in Switzerland: short-term permit (L permit), residence permit (B permit), settlement permit (C permit), residence permit with gainful employment (Ci permit), cross-border commuter permit (G permit), etc.

Our immigration attorneys advise individuals from the EU/EFTA and non-EU member states on residence with a purpose of work-related activities, residence without a purpose of work, such as obtaining a lump-sum tax credit in certain Swiss cantons, residence for educational purposes or family reunification.

 

Immigration Lawyer Berne / Bern Switzerland – Your english speaking immigration consultant in Bern and surrounding areas

As an immigration attorney, I represent individuals from EU/EFTA and non-EU countries on the following issues: short-term permit (L permit), residence permit (B permit), settlement permit (C permit), residence permit with gainful employment (Ci permit), cross-border permit (G permit), revocation / expiry of a permanent residence permit ( Niederlassungsbewilligung C ), etc.

My services include advice and representation in the areas of immigration law,
for example in the areas of entry, residence permit, permanent residence permit, corporate immigration into Switzerland and family reunification.

Our firm has extensive experience in obtaining residence and work permits
from the Department of Employment and the Department of Population.

Common issues of interest:

Corporate immigration into Switzerland
Applications for residence and work permits
Residence permit (B permit) and settlement permit (C permit)
Work permits
Family reunification
Naturalization
New Swiss Civil Rights Act 2017 – 2018
Laws governing the procedures for entering, staying and leaving Switzerland.

Swiss Immigration Lawyer in Geneva Switzerland: (Vernier Lancy Meyrin Carouge Onex) Attorney for corporate immigration & residence permits b / c

Switzerland is one of the most competitive countries in the world. But immigration regulations are complex and can vary from canton to canton.

As an immigration expert who knows the applicable regulations inside out, I can work with you to find the right solution to your problem. This is because Swiss immigration law is constantly changing through legislation and practice. I will help you to proceed in a pro-active and appropriate manner, especially with regard to issues pertaining to permits and employment law.

I can be of assistance with the following topics:

Legal advice on immigration and migration law;
Represent individuals from EU/EFTA and non-EU countries
Application, issuance and revocation of residence permits;

Difficulties with the issuance of residence permits
(B permit) and settlement permit (C permit);

Regulation of family reunification;
Separation, divorce and consequences for the residence permit;
Appeal against nagative decisions to the migration authorities;
Corporate immigration into Switzerland;
Naturalization applications, facilitated naturalizations with the State Secretariat for Migration, etc.

. . .  short-term permit (L permit), residence permit (B permit), settlement permit (C permit), residence permit with gainful employment (Ci permit), cross-border permit (G permit), revocation / expiry of a permanent residence permit ( Niederlassungsbewilligung C ), etc.

Immigration Lawyer Lausanne Switzerland – Your english speaking immigration consultant in Lausanne

As a specialized legal field, migration law is characterized by great complexity due to the multi-layered and extremely dynamic legal framework as well as the almost unfathomably diverse living conditions of foreigners in Switzerland.

My professional services include advice and legal representation in the fields of immigration law for example in the areas of entry, residence permit, permanent residence permit, family reunification, naturalization and representation in legal proceedings.

EU/EFTA permits, L permits (short stay), B permits (annual stay), C permits (settlement)
Types of non-EU/EFTA permits and identity cards
Non-EU/EFTA permit, L (short-term residence permit), B (annual residence permit), C (permanent residence permit)

…….  assist and advise companies in Switzerland that need to obtain and renew Swiss work permits for their foreign employees.