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Swiss social insurance system: Period of stay in Switzerland and departure

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This brochure explains the basic elements of the Swiss social insurance system, namely the Old-Age, Survivors’ and Disability Insurance scheme (OASI/DI, 1st pillar) and the occupational pension scheme (2nd pillar). It is also intended to provide practical guidance on these topics for persons preparing to leave Switzerland permanently.

This brochure explains the basic elements of the Swiss social insurance system, namely the Old-Age, Survivors’ and Disability Insurance scheme (OASI/DI, 1st pillar) and the occupational pension scheme (2nd pillar). It is also intended to provide practical guidance on these topics for persons preparing to leave Switzerland permanently.

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