Swiss citizenship can be acquired in a number of ways: by marriage, by maternal or paternal descent, if you are a child with a parent with Swiss citizenship, have been recognised as a stateless child, if you believe you have been a Swiss citizen for at least five years, reinstatement of Swiss citizenship or if you have lived in the country for ten years and possess a C permit. For information on acquiring a C permit see the post: Integration – Eligibility for a C Permit. Children are considered Swiss from birth with the following: married parents with at least one Swiss parent; an unmarried Swiss mother; an unmarried Swiss father - as long as the father acknowldedges paternity before the
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The following post provides an overview of the most important residence permits for EU/EFTA nationals.
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