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The toughest decision of all

If ever there was a man who was meticulous about paperwork, that was my father. Until the onset of dementia, he knew where every piece of paper was filed, every bill, every document. 993 more words

American Passports

Under the Child Citizenship Act, our four sons- as the children of a US citizen and permanently residing in America – became US citizens when we emigrated here in October 2013.   476 more words

Rethinking Citizenship

Two concurrent events have recently had me thinking a great deal about what citizenship really means. The first has been the horrifying events surrounding the Syrian refugee crisis, most notably the tragic loss of life on the shores of Turkey, and heart-breaking footage of children washed up on desolate beaches. 813 more words

The Modern Mendicant

The Descendants Project by Mertim Gokalp to commemorate Centenary of ANZAC Day

The Descendants Project is a portrait-painting exhibition created by Mertim Gokalp, an Archibald Prize Finalist Portrait Artist, to commemorate the centenary of Anzac Day. 541 more words


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


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


'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. 1,504 more words

Trinidad & Tobago