Work permit required of not?
Usually, the work permit is included in the grants in case of applications for the Highly skilled migrant or ICT- permit, however besides the aforementioned a separate work permit will have to be applied for. Which is quite common for someone from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) and from outside Switzerland. There are 2 types of permits. The employment permit (TWV) and the combined residence and employment permit (GVVA). Your situation determines which immigration process applies to you.
Depending on the length of the stay it will determined whether there is a need for a residence permit on top of a work permit. If this is less than 90 days, a work permit (TWV) through the UWV and a short-stay visa may often be required.
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