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Question by Denis
Submitted on 11/29/2003
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I was a student in Obwalden at Engelberg in Schiller
International University.
I want to change my canton from Obwalden to Geneva,
and I have submitted the needed papers for it.
Its now almost three months and still the answer
I got from the Geneve OCP is that my file has not
been recieved from Obwalden. I cannot get a visa
to go to France on weekends when most of my friends
go. I have to pay extra for a visa if I want ot go to
India. Can someone tell me why is it taking so
long and when will I get the B permit?
My email id is mcdeni@yahoo.com
Thanks.


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