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Australian citizen, UK resident, into Switzerland

 Poster: A snowHead
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Has anyone who's an Aussie citizen and legally UK resident tried to fly from the UK into Geneva in the last couple of days? I'm a UK citizen and we have flights for Tuesday into Geneva.

There may have been some change to the visa situation in the last couple of days so looking for some intelligence on the ground!
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Best source of information will be the Swiss embassy in London. I'm a US citizen, legally resident in the UK, and I was only able to come to Switzerland because my wife is a full UK citizen. And despite having this conversation with the Swiss embassy and arriving at the airport, as they advised, with copies of my marriage certificate and my wife's passport, EasyJet very nearly denied me boarding in Bristol. I also had to show the marriage certificate and passport copies at the immigration checkpoint in Geneva. Rules for Australians may be different; the embassy is very helpful.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
You can check the TIMATIC information here - this is what check in desk workers will se at the airport.

Click on Switzerland on the map. There is text, but the website will not allow me to cut and paste it.

If you have a UK passport you should be fine on Tuesday.
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As mentioned, here's the Swiss Embassy link and some other useful Swiss-related official sites:
As in the UK, there are national Federal rules and regulations, and local Canton ones. So it's worth finding the site for your destination Canton and taking a look at that as well. For example for the Valais:
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