Dauhoo (EEA Regulations – reg 8(2)) [2012] UKUT 79 (IAC)

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The  Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) in Dauhoo (EEA Regulations – reg 8(2)) [2012] UKUT 79 (IAC)  ruled:

“Under the scheme set out in reg 8 (2) of the Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2006, a person can succeed in establishing that he or she is an “extended family member”  in any one of four different ways, each of which requires proving a relevant connection both prior to arrival in the UK and in the UK:

i.          prior dependency and present dependency

ii.         prior membership of a household and present membership of a household

iii. prior dependency and present membership of a household;

iv.        prior membership of a household and present dependency

 

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