'Accompanied registration': what it means and why you need it
Eliminate language barriers
Your relocation consultant has total fluency in the local language. This avoids any confusion during discussions with the immigration agent, and minimises the risk of not being able to complete the registration in due time.
Your relocation consultant fully understands the registration process, so there will be no surprises and no time lost.
All steps of the registration will be thoroughly followed.
Here's how this works:
Valid ID or passports of each family member.
Birth certificates of children.
Marriage certificate or decree absolute (if applicable).
May need certified translation if from a non-EU country.
Residential lease contract.
Work contract or confirmation of admission to higher education institutions.
For non-EU/EFTA citizens: police record from your home country, work permit and entry visa.
For non-EU/EFTA dependents only: Certificate proving competence in the local language of Level A1 at a minimum, or proof of registration in a language course with this qualification as its goal.
2. We’ll contact you and let you know if additional documents are necessary once we check with your local municipality.
3. We'll arrange a registration appointment at the relevant local authority according to the local specifics and accompany you in person to the registration office.
Packimpex - Relocation market leader
Established in Switzerland in 1977, Packimpex is Switzerland's relocation market leader and the most awarded international relocation company.
The Immigration team at Packimpex will advise and support you expertly and efficiently in all aspects concerning work and residence permit. Packimpex Immigration specialists have broad and in-depth practical experience. They know the legal regulations and have been working with the relevant authorities for many years.
With Packimpex you can be sure to receive expert advice adapted to your individual situation.Book now