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Adult Dependent Relative Application – Citizen of Eritrea

Adult Dependent Relative Application – Citizen of Eritrea

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We used OTS to apply for the notoriously difficult Adult Dependent Relative for my wife's mother in Eritrea. After careful research we decided to use OTS, mainly because of the level of experience that sat behind the solicitors, for instance retired judges etc. Our solicitor was a trainee at the time of starting this just over two years ago, Hans Sok Appadu. We gave careful consideration over whether to use a trainee or not, but he was backed up by people with extensive experience, knowledgeable, driven but most of all hungry for success and passionate, and many a trainee has everything to prove. We met regularly with OTS and listened to everything they said to us. We built substantial evidence and followed all their advice. The process was lengthy and initially we were refused entrance for my mother-in-law but we applied for an appeal and selected one of their recommended barristers, James Collins of 36 Civil. We went to court on June 18th and our appeal was delivered in our favour on July 12th 2019. Hans Sok Appadu is no longer a trainee, but is very much a solicitor and by all accounts a winner too :) We had a 5.1 percent chance of success and OTS nailed it! Of course God was very much involved too :)

Case type: Immigration

Case workers: Hans Sok Appadu

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