Third country workers to be allowed in Switzerland from July 6

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An announcement by the Switzerland government was made in regard to workers from third countries. On June 24, 2020, it confirmed Switzerland’s decision to allow third-country citizens to come into the country from July 6, 2020.

Starting July 6, the Federal Council will ease the restrictions on the admission of third-country workers. Third-countries include non-EU states and EFTA states.

The member states of Switzerland (cantons) will also proceed with processing residence applications from third-country citizens. These applicants are not willing to work in Switzerland and include people like retirees. For them, the normal criteria will be followed.

Also, travelers from third-countries arriving for holiday will not be allowed entry into the country. This is because any stay planned for lesser than 90 days without necessity of a permit in the normal course will be authorized only when it is a case of special necessity.

The permissions granted from July 6 will benefit those who want to come to Switzerland and work in the tourism sector or want to take up training or education while working.

If you are looking to Study, Work, Visit, Invest or Migrate to Switzerland, talk to Y-Axis, the World’s No.1 Immigration & Visa Company.

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