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Matrimonial home: Which spouse can stay in the case of separation

Matrimonial home: Which spouse can stay in the case of separation

10/11/20 – Jean-Yves Hausmann, attorney-at-law at OA Legal

Retiring in Switzerland: How does it work ?

Retiring in Switzerland: How does it work ?

09/11/20 – Alexa Mossaz, immigration specialist at Legal Expat

Visiting rights under COVID-19: FAQ

Visiting rights under COVID-19: FAQ

03/04/20 – Nicolas Mossaz, partner and founder of Legal Expat 

I am an employee: What are my rights under COVID-19?

I am an employee: What are my rights under COVID-19?

19/03/20 – Rachel Salem, attorney-at-law at OA Legal

 

Divorcing and maintaining your B permit: How to proceed

Divorcing and maintaining your B permit: How to proceed

12/01/20 – Nicolas Mossaz, partner and founder of Legal Expat 

The fast-tracked C permit anticipé

Applying for a C permit “anticipé”

10/01/20 – Alexa Mossaz, immigration specialist at Legal Expat

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