Since 1 January 2018, the new Federal Law on Nationality has been in force.
The procedures for acquiring Swiss nationality have changed.
The procedure differs if the applicant is related to a Swiss person.
There are two different naturalization procedures:
In principle, all naturalisation procedures filed after 1 January 2018 should not exceed 18 months, from the time of filing the application until the time of the municipal decision.
The time may vary depending on current requests and processing time.
Spouse/husband of a Swiss citizen
In order to obtain Swiss nationality, the spouse of foreign origin has the possibility to apply for facilitated naturalisation if he or she meets the following conditions:
Become a Swiss citizen
One of the major conditions for applying for naturalisation is to have a certain level of a national language.
For the French-speaking cantons, the following levels of French are required:
There is a possibility of derogation for personal circumstances that would prevent language learning by providing a certificate recognised by the canton or a detailed medical certificate related to language skills (art. 9 OLN).
Learning a language is the key to increasing your skills as part of your professional career.
French is useful for integration in French-speaking Switzerland, whether on a personal, social, family or professional level.
English, German or Italian will be able to boost your CV.
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