public notary. Medical records are also required. Psychiatric reports will be required if the person has a psychiatric or neurological condition. This includes diseases such as ALS/ MND, Parkinsons and MS, even though these conditions do not normally impact a person’s mental capacity.
Exit Life Members - Application Assistance Program (AAP)
The proper compilation of the paperwork described above takes time and know-how. It is fine when the applicant has a family member or friend to help them: someone who is Internet savvy and who knows which government departments need to be approached for which paperwork and can follow-up all the loose ends. For those who do not have intensive assistance of this nature, Exit is able to step in to help. Please note, the service described below requires an experienced consultant and this consultant charges Exit for this service.
The Application Assistance Program (AAP) is exclusive for Life Members of Exit International. This assistance program includes but is not limited to: website application, identification of government agencies, assistance with document certification, document advice, review, collation and travel and accommodation advice and assistance (inc permits, visas etc).
The AAP involves the consultant’s continual real-time liaison with the relevant organisation: in short, the Assistance Program covers every part of the administration process that is required in order to secure the ‘Green Light’ of approval. The so-called ‘Green Light’ signals acceptance of the applicant by the Swiss Service and that the VAD has been approved by their medical staff. Once a person has received the Green Light, the remaining step is to nominate a date for the VAD and organise travel.