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Somewhere: Travel and Dual Citizenship

Travel can be a tricky business. If you are trying to travel in Europe legally and you are not a resident in a country that is a member of the European Union, things can get hairy with visas, permits, and other red tape very easily. 1,290 more words

Travel

Thoughts before Good Friday

I saw the “Eid, Pray, Love” campaign online of Muslims giving up things to show solidarity to Christians during lent.

#Muslims4Lent is really cool. Having lived in a predominately Muslim community for this time, I can relate to this interfaith discussions. 299 more words

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On Dual Nationality, briefly

From the second I was conceived I was a citizen of both Barbados and Britain. It is a privilege, not many people have but I’m one of the lucky ones. 485 more words

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'Project Suriname'

Suriname is dreaming of a place in the World Cup in four years time but their chances rest heavily on a decision to be made in parliament next year revolving around dual nationality. 1,501 more words

Trinidad & Tobago

the more golden than red ticket

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It’s a weird feeling when you go to book a flight somewhere but can’t go through with the final step because the standard everyday, black and silver passport you have used your entire life won’t suffice. 406 more words

Souvenirs In Words

Putting Humpty Back Together

A and I have been friends since 1954, when we became neighbours in Aarhus, Denmark. Our two families shared a private road, and somewhere underneath the tarmac is buried a tin can containing bit and pieces from around 1957, drops of our blood and a letter to the aliens who will surely one day dig it up. 263 more words

I Tried to Open a Bank Account

I tried to open a bank account a couple of days ago. Apparently, it wasn’t supposed to be easy for me. To open a bank account you need: passport, student ID card, student visa, 50-100hkd, proof of a permanent home address from your home country and Hong Kong. 632 more words

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