Asylum and subsidiary protection
International protection law is complex. So many national rules as well as international rules come into play.
Refugee status or subsidiary protection can be called into question by the Belgian asylum authorities. This can be the case, for example, when a member of the family requests a Schengen visa and this process, or the information provided at the time of the process, contradicts the declarations or reasons that had justified granting status to a person in Belgium.
Altea has developed such great expertise in this subject that Céline Verbrouck even teaches at the University.
We intervene in situations that are especially worthy of interest, for instance for people in particularly vulnerable situations, the sick, victims of gender violence, etc.
We work together with other professionals (doctors, psychologists, social workers, associations, etc.).
Altea offers advice by expert lawyers, adapted to your personal situation.
Contact Céline Verbrouck or Catherine de Bouyalski, specialist lawyers in immigration law and international family law, certified by the Order of Lawyers of the Bar of Brussels.