I want to live in Switzerland but am not sure I can stay 180 days a year. Is it a problem?
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If you become a Swiss resident, you are supposed to live in Switzerland for most of the year. This means a total of at least 180 days a year.

If your life leads you to spend time in several countries and perhaps less than 180 days a year in Switzerland, it doesn't mean that you cannot be or remain a Swiss resident. As long as you can show that your actual center of life in Switzerland (family, house, pets, etc...) and that you don't spend more time in any given country than in Switzerland, your resident status should not be challenged.

In case of doubt you should contact us and explain us your plans. We'll tell you if they are compatible with Swiss residence requirements.

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