The landlocked country of Europe which firmly believes in the peace building process is the best place to live and work. Switzerland is the home for numerous international organizations and this nation actively encourages individuals who wish to settle in Switzerland.
Rapid industrialization and robust banking industry in Switzerland attracted migrant workers from all corners of the world. The Immigrant policies of Switzerland are more liberal. In 1991 three circles model allowed foreign workers from the European Union and Free Trade Agreement countries to have easy access to its labor market. The citizens of third countries are allowed to go through immigration procedures.
The Switzerland economy strongly needs highly skilled individuals from third world countries. The new policy initiative doubled intake during the 1996-2006 period, the entry of immigrants into mainland shaped the demography of Switzerland. Population growth in Switzerland is mainly due to immigrants.
Switzerland allows skilled individuals based on the requirements of the industry. The immigration procedures are tied up with the labor market needs. Based on the need short term and long term permits are granted to the skilled individuals from foreign countries.
Skilled immigrants to Switzerland are allowed through this below popular skilled programs.
• Permit L (short-term residence permit)
• Permit B (initial or temporary residence permit)
• Permit C (settlement permit)
• Permit G (cross-border commuter permit)
• Other residence permits
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