Monthly Archives: August 2021
One more broken marriage
I have lived in the UK since I was 19 years old. I studied, got a job, got married, had a child. My job as a tour guide took me all over Great Britain and Europe, I have travelled and … Continue reading
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Moving back. It is not so easy anymore.
We departed London in February 2009 for an adventure, living and working in Switzerland and subsequently in The Netherlands where we still live today. The locations were determined by my work. My wife was born in The Netherlands to a … Continue reading
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Like a Divorce…
France was my home for seventeen years, then a second home for ten. I moved there, having dreamed of doing so since I first visited when I was six. I moved with my husband and dog, and not much money, … Continue reading
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Drowning in bureaucracy
I am a British Citizen living and working in Spain since 2016. My husband is a Spanish resident with Moroccan Nationality. My husband and I met in Barcelona in 2016, moved in together shortly afterwards and married here in 2018. … Continue reading
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Living the European dream
Almost 34 years ago my parents arrived in France – in a Europe whose borders were still closed, free movement being a thing of the future. Immigration paperwork was still an incredible hurdle. The iron curtain was still standing, the … Continue reading
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