Switzerland Work Visa
Switzerland Work Visa
Switzerland work visa officially grants approval to skilled workers to come to Switzerland and work for an approved business. Reach us to know more about Switzerland work visa requirements and Switzerland work visa fees to initiate your Switzerland work visa process.
Switzerland Work Visa Requirements For Applicants
Original Passport with a validity of more than six months and minimum three blank pages for visa stamp. Attach all your old passports (if any)
Two recent camera clicked passport sized colored photographs on a white background with 80% face cover on a matt or semi-matt finished paper (35mm x 45mm)
Personal ITR for last 3 years
Bank Statement for last six months and pay slips
Original work permit/training permit obtained by theemployer.
A Police Clearance Certificate for the past 1 year
Switzerland Work Visa Requirements For Employers
Documents about the nominated position (not about the person being nominated)
Documents to show that you provide equivalent terms and conditions of employment
Documents to show that you have undertaken labor market testing (if applicable)
Sanctum Consulting Switzerland Work Visa Services
Assisting the Indian employer and employee from starting till end in terms of documentation
Helping the employer write the employee specialty occupation in technical terms but lay man understand ability
Filling the application and petition related documents
Frequently Asked Questions – Switzerland Visa Process
The Employer contract should mention about the position, salary and other work related points in it.
You can get a work visa for Switzerland if you have a valid employment offer from any company in Switzerland.
A family member of a foreign national is allowed to accompany the principal applicant under Dependent visa category.
Yes you have to submit police clearance certificate for Switzerland Work Visa.
Documents related to your employment contract, Labor market clearance, financial statements would be required for the process.
Yes, The Visa Officer may require you to submit additional documentation during the process.