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|Immigrants are naturalized in Switzerland and Luxembourg.
They all use this method!
Want to immigrate to rich countries and start a new ideal life.
Many people are looking at the European countries of Switzerland and Luxembourg.
However, countries such as Switzerland are not immigrant countries, and it is not easy to settle or even become naturalized in these countries for a long time.
Nevertheless, some people have successfully arrived in these ideal countries, settled here as legal immigrants, and even enjoyed the benefits of naturalization.
How did they do it?
EU passport springboard Luxembourg As an EU country, Luxembourg passed legislation on free migration on 29 August 2008, which stipulates that EU citizens enjoy the right to work and live in any EU country.
European Union citizens and their families are exempt from any application process if they are to work, live, travel, study, etC.in Luxembourg for no more than 90 days.
They only need passports or identity documents of their country.
EU citizens can live and work in Luxembourg for more than 90 days if they meet any of the following conditions:
1. Have a paid job or self-employment; 2. Have economic sources, do not need the help of social assistance and medical insurance (difficult to define, high rejection rate); 3. Register for professional skills training or full-time study in educational institutions recognized in Luxembourg.
Requirements for naturalization in Luxembourg:
Five-year residence period, the last year at the time of application shall not be allowed to leave the country; Luxembourg Language Examination, Oral A2, Listening B1; Participate in Luxembourg Life Course Training or pass relevant examinations.
European Union Passport Springboard Switzerland Although Switzerland is not a member of the European Union, the Free Movement of Persons with the European Union - (Atomic Force) agreement with the European Union also provides EU citizens with the right to move freely to Switzerland.
Signing of AFMP On 21 June 1999, Switzerland and the European Union signed the AFMP in Luxembourg with the aim of providing the following EU citizens with the right to move freely to Switzerland:
Employee Self-employed (entrepreneur) Student Retiree Other individuals This bilateral agreement was voted by Switzerland in 2000 and entered into force on 1 June 2002. Conditions for European Union citizens to settle/naturalize in Switzerland:
European Union citizens who work in Switzerland and receive remuneration do not need to apply for a residence permit within three months, but they need to submit an online application for short-term residence and obtain an electronic certificate when they begin their formal work.
Application for naturalization:
Living for 10 years, including a three-year waiting period of five years after submitting the application.
People aged 8 to 18 have doubled their time in Switzerland, but they need to live for at least six years.
Need to prove integration with Swiss society (culture and economy, etc.
); Pass B1 oral test and A2 writing test.
No criminal record, tax payment, etc.
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