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EEA Other Dependent Relatives

Putting you and your family first

As part of our specialist EEA/EU team Westkin Associates offers dedicated EEA application services relating to the various needs of potential clients and their families. We have over 50 years of combined experience in EEA other dependent relatives immigration cases and as immigration specialists our knowledge and experience can be the difference in obtaining the decision that you want or having your application denied. When family is concerned we understand the stress that can be placed upon applicants and, as such, provide a comprehensive service that enables you to focus on the decision you want as opposed the the worry the process may cause. The advice that we provide is clear, client focused and supportive as we work with you to build a case that is in your, and your families’, best interests.

In an increasingly global world of intercontinental migration Westkin Associates understands your needs and will assist you in every step of your application. Our team of immigration lawyers provide you with advice that is build around your case. We do not follow a one template fits all model of advice meaning that each case is dealt with on a case by case basis.

Central to the service that we provide is our ability to project manage your case. Following on from our initial consultation, which can be booked by contacting as at info@westkin.com or via 0207 1184 54, we will work with you to guarantee that your application is complete, strong and stands a good chance of being granted. We aim to work for you so that you can rest safe in the knowledge that our expert immigration lawyers are working hard for you and fighting your corner. 

When family matters matter Westkin Associates is there to support you, build a successful case and obtain the decision you want. To book a consultation with one of our expert EEA immigration lawyers, contact us on info@westkin.com or via the telephone on 0207 1184 546.

As our ongoing commit to excellence, our team of immigration specialists are up to date with the latest rules and case law concerning EU migrants and their family members. Below we have outlined some of the more recent cases which often apply to our clients include the following cases:

These can include:

–   EEA national children sponsoring non EEA nationals – known as “Chen” cases;

–   Rights of British Nationals as EEA nationals – known as “Surinder Singh” cases;

–   Non-EEA nationals employed at EEA firms – “Van der Elst” cases;

–   Dependent Relatives of EEA nationals.

Obviously the information contained on this page is intended for use as a guide only. It is vital that when dealing with complex and legally challenging immigraiton cases that you seek the advice of a trained OISC regulated lawyer. You can contact Westkin Assocaites via the enquiry box at the right hand side of the screen or using the information below.

For further information, and to take the first step in moving towards the decision that you want, contact our leading immigration lawyers if you need further guidance 0207 1184 546.

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