3 Responses to “Family migration: Re-uniting across international borders”

  1. 1 DR SULAIMAN April 19, 2017 at 1:13 pm

    I think that it is unfair to separate families. I have seen hundreds of people who said that they have been living without their partners. some people for more than 15 years. In this modern time we should not allow this happen in this country. Government should speed up all backlog cases and give them decision. Migrants should have a good life here or back home. Immigration laws should not block them or delay them in these long waiting to get a decision. It is very sad to see people suffer due some old dated immigration laws.

  2. 2 amybelle1 April 26, 2017 at 7:02 pm

    I live in the UK and voted for Brexit. I voted for Brexit because I feel like our little Island can’t take anymore people in- no matter where they are from. How ever I do appreciate that the eastern Europeans do the jobs the British don’t want to do.

  3. 3 Lucy Smout Szablewska May 3, 2017 at 11:59 am

    I really enjoyed reading this clearly written and interesting blog post summarising your throughtful research. Your use of words such as families, parents, mothers, fathers, wives, husbands, spouses, children, friends and young people directs readers towards thinking of Polish people as the multi-facted human beings they (and all of us) are, rather than as just ‘migrants’. Many thanks!

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