Migration is now an integral part of global issues and the integration of migrants is of increasing concern to public authorities and these populations. In Switzerland, provisionally admitted asylum seekers are one category that encounters more integration difficulties related mainly to their status. Among difficulties, those relating to access to the labor market and vocational training are still crucial despite the evolution of legislation. This paper aims to shed light on this status and the difficulties encountered by these people in their integration, with a particular focus on access to vocational training, the most popular training in Switzerland A clinical case illustrates the difficult journey and the perception of the future of a provisionally admitted young man originating from the Middle East, who had access to a dual training. The rapid integration of these people through access to vocational training is discussed.

DOI: 10.4000/osp.12563
ISSN: 0249-6739