A person married to a Swiss citizen may apply for Swiss citizenship by facilitated naturalisation after living in Switzerland for five years and having been married for at least three years. compliance with the Swiss rule of law; no danger to Switzerlands internal or external security.
Can you get a Swiss passport through marriage?
You must have resided in Switzerland for five years (this includes the year immediately prior to making your application for citizenship) You must have been married to your Swiss partner for a minimum of three years. You must have sufficient proficiency in the applicable Swiss national language in your canton.
How long does it take to get Swiss citizenship by marriage?
Applications normally take 12-18 months. You can move within Switzerland during the application process and even move abroad as long as your Swiss spouse is able to report to the Swiss embassy or consulate in your new place of residence. The cost of an application for citizenship through marriage is CHF 900.
What happens if you marry someone for citizenship?
A marriage green card allows the spouse of a U.S. citizen or green card holder to live and work anywhere in the United States. A green card holder will then have “permanent resident” status until they apply for U.S. citizenship, if they choose to do so. Also, you still require sponsorship from your spouse.
Can you buy Swiss citizenship?
Swiss citizenship is granted to foreigners after 10 years of permanent residence in the country. However there is an accelerated procedure of receiving Swiss residence permit by investment into the economy of the state.
Can I lose my Swiss citizenship?
Swiss citizenship can be lost by forfeiture, relief, declaration of nullity or revocation.