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Switzerland’s foreign policy
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Occupied Palestinian territory
São Tomé and Príncipe
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Local and international news
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The Swiss representations are closed on the listed dates
The Swiss embassy represents Switzerland's interests in the country and provides consular services and visa support for people resident in: Jordanie, Irak
Implements Switzerland’s development cooperation and humanitarian aid on the ground
The current security situation in the country
An overview of the content, and how it is kept up to date
Information for preparing your trip
Visa application procedure and applicable regulations in Switzerland
Basic rules for your stay abroad
Advice and information for travellers
How to minimise the risks
What to do in case of earthquake abroad?
Protective measures in the event of incidents involving increased levels of radioactivity
Consular protection from the local Swiss representation
Further information on foreign travel
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Risk of kidnapping in the Sahara and Sahel region
How many Swiss nationals live in the country and what they do
Consulates, embassies and contacts in Switzerland
Swiss nationals who live and travel abroad are subject to which national laws and obligations?
Contact the responsible Swiss representation or consulate when you want to register or unregister as a resident, when you need a new passport, have moved or wish to apply for citizenship. The entire selection of services offered can be found in the dropdown menu to the right. The contact details of the responsible Swiss representation are shown on the corresponding page.
Swiss citizens who get into difficulties abroad, also can ask for advice and help from the Swiss representative.
The magazine for the Swiss Abroad appears six times a year and provides information about what is happening at home and the activities of Swiss associations abroad. It also answers administrative questions.
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Using the FDFA’s online consular services while abroad.
The relevant Swiss representation abroad can answer any questions concerning the FDFA’s online desk.
Information on requirements to enter Switzerland and to take residence, procedure to submit an entry visa application, visa application form and fees
List of information sources and contact points with regard to entering Switzerland and residency
What you need to know about working, studying and living in Switzerland as a foreigner
Summary of general information about Switzerland and links
Switzerland's strength as one of the most successful global business locations
An overview of Swiss diplomacy and involvement on the ground
A broad overview of Swiss services compiled by the FDFA, SECO and the Swiss representations abroad
Switzerland's strategic priorities in the local context
Switzerland’s thematic priority in the field of international cooperation
Switzeland's projects searchable by date or theme
International cooperation is driven by the vision of a world without poverty and in peace, for sustainable development. Through four equally-important objectives, Switzerland is making a global contribution.
Drinking water for people and sanitation, and water for food and natural balance.
Saving lives and covering the basic needs of victims, and repair damage repaired as quickly as possible.
Reduce human induced greenhouse gas emissions and to adapt to climate change.
It is estimated that worldwide more than 40 states are beset by violence and conflict, affecting a total population of some 1.5 billion.
Switzerland strives to reduce conflict potential and improve living conditions through service delivery and the improved integration of refugees, internally displaced persons and migrants within national development plans of host societies.
Equal opportunities for men and women in all development processes, for a balanced society.
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Last update 27.11.2017