I've seen similar threads but never exactly same circumstances. Hope that someone can provide guidance.
My wife, myself, and my two children will be relocating to the Netherlands later in 2016 for work. The four of us are Canadian citizens, but my wife also has Irish citizenship. I believe that I'll be getting a "Highly Skilled Worker" visa, but for argument's sake, let's see if this still works with a regular work visa.
My mother is 84 years old. I'm her only child, and while she doesn't live with us, she does depend on me to be around. So, I'd like to relocate her as well.
Will my work visa/highly skilled visa allow me to bring her in for residency (in order for her to be able to stay longer than 6 months and be able to purchase the public healthcare)? If not, would she alternatively be able to come in given that she is mother-in-law to an EU citizen (my wife)?
I'm assuming that my mother-in-law (the mother of the EU citizen) would have no issues entering herself as direct blood relative of an EU citizen despite not being an EU citizen herself.
Thanks in advance!