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Summary information to obtain Swiss visa / work permit

In general, you will need to apply for a visa (or work permission) in case that your stay exceeds 8 days. The required documents have not changed. Details for what you have to do are now given on a PSI webpage which you'll find here (it's even in english!):

hand.gif PSI visa information page

  • Non-EU/EFTA citizens should start latest 8 weeks ahead of their arrival at PSI.
  • EU/EFTA citizens should initiate the procedure at least 10 days in advance. If your stay is longer than 90 days, also EU/EFTA citizens have to apply for a visa and have to send in all the full paper work listed below. For a stay <= 90 days, you only need to send a copy of your passport and the exact dates of arrival and departure.

Here is the short version of what you should:

  • Send an email to mail.gif Anita_van_Loon with the following information (scanned copies should be ideally send as a PDF document):
    • A letter of your home institute confirming that (here is a template of such a letter):
      • you are employed at your home institute
      • your monthly (yearly) salary is ....
      • they send you to PSI from ... to ... for participating in the experiment ....
      • and you'll return to the home institute after the period.
    • A copy of your passport
    • A certificate of health insurance
    • The completed questionaire for guest scientists (Word document)
    • A statement about the location of the consulate/embassy where you want to pick up your visa.
    • You can list me (Peter Winter) as the contact person at PSI.
  • Ideally you send these information at least 7 weeks in advance to Anita.
  • If you have any questions concerning the procedure or during your application process, feel free to contact me (mail.gif Peter_Winter) and I will try to help.
  • Once you have the necessary paper work you need to apply at your chosen embassy for the visa. Please check with the swiss embassy webpage for the details of this process.
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Please go to https://muon.npl.washington.edu/twiki/bin/view/Main/VisaInformation
 
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    • You can list me (Peter Winter) as the contact person at PSI.
  • Ideally you send these information at least 7 weeks in advance to Anita.
  • If you have any questions concerning the procedure or during your application process, feel free to contact me (mail.gif Peter_Winter) and I will try to help.
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  • Once you have the necessary paper work you need to apply at your chosen embassy for the visa. Please check with the swiss embassy webpage for the details of this process.
 
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      • they send you to PSI from ... to ... for participating in the experiment ....
      • and you'll return to the home institute after the period.
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  Here is the short version of what you should:
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    • A letter of your home institute confirming that:
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      • you are employed at your home institute
      • your monthly (yearly) salary is ....
      • they send you to PSI from ... to ... for participating in the experiment ....
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    • You can give me (Peter Winter) as the contact person at PSI.
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    • You can list me (Peter Winter) as the contact person at PSI.
 
  • Ideally you send these information at least 7 weeks in advance to Anita.
  • If you have any questions concerning the procedure or during your application process, feel free to contact me (mail.gif Peter_Winter) and I will try to help.

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Summary information to obtain Swiss visa / work permit

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In general, you will need to apply for a visa (or work permission) in case that your stay exceeds 8 days. The required documents have not changed. Details for what you have to do are now given on a PSI webpage which you'll find here (it's even in english!):
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In general, you will need to apply for a visa (or work permission) in case that your stay exceeds 8 days. The required documents have not changed. Details for what you have to do are now given on a PSI webpage which you'll find here (it's even in english!):
  hand.gif PSI visa information page
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  • Non-EU/EFTA citizens should start latest 8 weeks ahead of their arrival at PSI.
  • EU/EFTA citizens should initiate the procedure at least 10 days in advance. If your stay is longer than 90 days, also EU/EFTA citizens have to apply for a visa and have to send in all the full paper work listed below. For a stay <= 90 days, you only need to send a copy of your passport and the exact dates of arrival and departure.
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  • Non-EU/EFTA citizens should start latest 8 weeks ahead of their arrival at PSI.
  • EU/EFTA citizens should initiate the procedure at least 10 days in advance. If your stay is longer than 90 days, also EU/EFTA citizens have to apply for a visa and have to send in all the full paper work listed below. For a stay <= 90 days, you only need to send a copy of your passport and the exact dates of arrival and departure.
  Here is the short version of what you should:
  • Send an email to mail.gif Anita_van_Loon with the following information (scanned copies should be ideally send as a PDF document):

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  • EU/EFTA citizens should initiate the procedure at least 10 days in advance. If your stay is longer than 90 days, also EU/EFTA citizens have to apply for a visa and have to send in all the full paper work listed below. For a stay <= 90 days, you only need to send a copy of your passport and the exact dates of arrival and departure.
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Here is the short version of what you should do: * Register online for the DUO (digital user office) service at PSI. The registration can be found at the DUO webpage. You might want to bookmark this page as it could be needed more often later on. During the registration process you are required to fill in your personal data. The PSI facility mainly used should be the SmuS (Swiss Muon Source).
  • Once you have you're registered, login via the DUO login page.
  • Logged in, you should end on your personal DUO home page. I have taken a snapshot of what it looks like:

    duo.png

  • To start the visa process, you should follow the link 'Apply for badge and dosimeter'. Fill in the required data and submit it. As local contact person, you can fill in my (Peter Winter) name. If you are asked for the grant number of the experiment, you can use these:
    • MuSun: R-08-01.1
    • MuCap:
    • MuLan:
  • Once that is done, the PSI user office should contact you and tell you which required documents they need based on the length of your stay. However, here is a list of the paper work that is required for the visa according to an email from Anita van Loon:
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Here is the short version of what you should:
  • Send an email to mail.gif Anita_van_Loon with the following information (scanned copies should be ideally send as a PDF document):
 
    • A letter of your home institute confirming that:
      • you are employed at your home institute
      • your monthly (yearly) salary is ....
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  • Ideally you send these information at least 7 weeks in advance to Anita (as a PDF if possible) unless you have sent it to the user office already.
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    • You can give me (Peter Winter) as the contact person at PSI.
  • Ideally you send these information at least 7 weeks in advance to Anita.
 
  • If you have any questions concerning the procedure or during your application process, feel free to contact me (mail.gif Peter_Winter) and I will try to help.

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      • they send you to PSI from ... to ... for participating in the experiment ....
      • and you'll return to the home institute after the period.
    • A copy of your passport
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    • The completed questionaire (I'll post it soon if I have it)
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    • A statement about the location of the consulate/embassy where you want to pick up your visa.
  • Ideally you send these information at least 7 weeks in advance to Anita (as a PDF if possible) unless you have sent it to the user office already.
  • If you have any questions concerning the procedure or during your application process, feel free to contact me (mail.gif Peter_Winter) and I will try to help.
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  • EU/EFTA citizens should initiate the procedure at least 10 days in advance.
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  • EU/EFTA citizens should initiate the procedure at least 10 days in advance. If your stay is longer than 90 days, also EU/EFTA citizens have to apply for a visa and have to send in all the full paper work listed below. For a stay <= 90 days, you only need to send a copy of your passport and the exact dates of arrival and departure.
  Here is the short version of what you should do:
  • Register online for the DUO (digital user office) service at PSI. The registration can be found at the DUO webpage. You might want to bookmark this page as it could be needed more often later on. During the registration process you are required to fill in your personal data. The PSI facility mainly used should be the SmuS (Swiss Muon Source).
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  • Once that is done, the PSI user office should contact you and tell you which required documents they need based on the length of your stay. Follow their instructions.
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  • Once that is done, the PSI user office should contact you and tell you which required documents they need based on the length of your stay. However, here is a list of the paper work that is required for the visa according to an email from Anita van Loon:
    • A letter of your home institute confirming that:
      • you are employed at your home institute
      • your monthly (yearly) salary is ....
      • they send you to PSI from ... to ... for participating in the experiment ....
      • and you'll return to the home institute after the period.
    • A copy of your passport
    • The completed questionaire (I'll post it soon if I have it)
    • A statement about the location of the consulate/embassy where you want to pick up your visa.
  • Ideally you send these information at least 7 weeks in advance to Anita (as a PDF if possible) unless you have sent it to the user office already.
 
  • If you have any questions concerning the procedure or during your application process, feel free to contact me (mail.gif Peter_Winter) and I will try to help.

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  • Register online for the DUO (digital user office) service at PSI. The registration can be found at the DUO webpage. You might want to bookmark this page as it could be needed more often later on. During the registration process you are required to fill in your personal data. The PSI facility mainly used should be the SmuS (Swiss Muon Source).
  • Once you have you're registered, login via the DUO login page.
  • Logged in, you should end on your personal DUO home page. I have taken a snapshot of what it looks like:

    duo.png

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  • To start the visa process, you should follow the link 'Apply for badge and dosimeter'. Fill in the required data and submit it.
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  • To start the visa process, you should follow the link 'Apply for badge and dosimeter'. Fill in the required data and submit it. As local contact person, you can fill in my (Peter Winter) name. If you are asked for the grant number of the experiment, you can use these:
    • MuSun: R-08-01.1
    • MuCap:
    • MuLan:
 
  • Once that is done, the PSI user office should contact you and tell you which required documents they need based on the length of your stay. Follow their instructions.
  • If you have any questions concerning the procedure or during your application process, feel free to contact me (mail.gif Peter_Winter) and I will try to help.

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Summary information to obtain Swiss visa / work permit

 
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In general, you will need to apply for a visa (or work permission) in case that your stay exceeds 8 days. The required documents have not changed. Details for what you have to do are now given on a PSI webpage which you'll find here (it's even in english!):
 
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Summary information to obtain Swiss visa / work permit

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  • Non-EU/EFTA citizens should start latest 8 weeks ahead of their arrival at PSI.
  • EU/EFTA citizens should initiate the procedure at least 10 days in advance.
 
Changed:
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In general, you will need that for stays exceeding 8 days and the procedure hasn't changed. Details for what you have to do are now given on a PSI webpage which you'll find here (it's even in english!): http://user.web.psi.ch/user/foreigners.html
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Here is the short version of what you should do:
  • Register online for the DUO (digital user office) service at PSI. The registration can be found at the DUO webpage. You might want to bookmark this page as it could be needed more often later on. During the registration process you are required to fill in your personal data. The PSI facility mainly used should be the SmuS (Swiss Muon Source).
  • Once you have you're registered, login via the DUO login page.
  • Logged in, you should end on your personal DUO home page. I have taken a snapshot of what it looks like:

    duo.png

  • To start the visa process, you should follow the link 'Apply for badge and dosimeter'. Fill in the required data and submit it.
  • Once that is done, the PSI user office should contact you and tell you which required documents they need based on the length of your stay. Follow their instructions.
  • If you have any questions concerning the procedure or during your application process, feel free to contact me (mail.gif Peter_Winter) and I will try to help.
 
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-- PeterWinter - 30 Jul 2008

Summary information to obtain Swiss visa / work permit

In general, you will need that for stays exceeding 8 days and the procedure hasn't changed. Details for what you have to do are now given on a PSI webpage which you'll find here (it's even in english!): http://user.web.psi.ch/user/foreigners.html

Non europeans should start ~8 weeks ahead of their arrival at PSI, europeans 10 days in advance. You can now register online for this DUO (digital user office). I

 
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