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Switzerland’s Non-EU Immigrants: Their Integration And Swiss Attitudes

Posted on August 6, 2009
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Over the past few decades, Switzerland — which brought over thousands of guest workers from southern Europe after World War II — has also become home to a large population from the Balkans, along with immigrants from Asia and Africa.

Many originally came to Switzerland seeking protection, in contrast to Switzerland’s other, more numerous foreign residents: present-day European Union (EU) and European Free Trade Association (EFTA) citizens who came to work in Switzerland either as guest workers or under a bilateral agreement that since 2002 allows EU/EFTA citizens to live and work freely in the country (the European Union has 27 Member States while EFTA has four including Switzerland).

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