Dublin Regulation

Representing individuals and families in Dublin cases.

The Dublin Regulation applies to the 28 EU member states with additional non-EU countries, i.e., Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, and Switzerland agreeing to the regulation in their territories.

The objective of the Dublin Regulation is to ensure the examination of an application for international protection is assessed on the merits by a single, clearly determined Member State rather than multiple EU countries.

We challenge Take Back and Take Charge requests to/by another EU country

At Edelweiss Legal, we advise and represent clients on cases concerning the Dublin Regulation (known as Dublin case or dublinärende). Our past successful litigation experience in Dublin cases includes representation of unaccompanied minors from Afghanistan and Syria where we assisted the children to relocate to Sweden from Greece and Hungary.

As time is a decisive factor in a Dublin Regulation case, we recommend contacting us to discuss your issue as soon as you receive your removal decision.

Wherever you are in the EU, contact us so that we can assist you in the ongoing Dublin case.