"I have never welcomed the weakening of family ties by politics or pressure" - Nelson Mandela.
"He who travels for love finds a thousand miles no longer than one" - Japanese proverb.
"Everyone has the right to respect for his private and family life, his home and his correspondence." - Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights.
"When people's love is divided by law, it is the law that needs to change". -
David Cameron.

Sunday 15 March 2015

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  1. My wife and I made it to the UK! I had to move to Ireland, leaving behind my family, and lived in Ireland for eight months. Thereafter we had lots of paperwork, dealings with idiot bureaucrats from three countries on two continents, traveling, etc., but we got back again and we've been reunited since July 2014.

    My wife gained her 5 year residency 'card' (a sticker placed in her soon-to-be expired passport! - yes, another mark of 'genuis'). But we're home.

    It was never easy but it's not meant to be. It's a test of your love, your endurance, your resources, your sanity, and your sheer willingness to see it through right to the end. When you make it through, the sense of relief and surrealism is incredible. It leaves memories you will never erase.

    1. Well done man. We are in Scotland at the moment waiting on a decision. It looks like Ireland for us. Tell me.why 8 month ?

  2. You make it sound like all the stress is a good thing!

  3. why should we have to give up our homes and business to take it to another country, its so silly. and now there is threat, of this law changing. things need to change, Britton miss out on the hard working people, they do not trust in our descion, I would not bring, a lazy lay about to our country, they allready have enough of them, I and my partner, good, businesss partners, Britton wil be proud, if it gave the Chance

    1. i know so many people born in this country that i would like to send abroad. people who come to live and work in the UK contribute more, work harder, are better citizens, pay more taxes, and commit less crime than those who were born here because they understand what is like to be born in a country with fewer opportunities.

  4. Why should we have to give up our homes and business, to be forced, to have to do this route, as its the only option. The law is so silly. Britton will only miss out on me and my partner, good working people, Britton should trust our Descion. To bring in only the best, type of people, Not a lazy lay about, which Britton has to many of them already. Britton Loose out. sending us on a ss route, as we have to give up so much, to do this. Gotta to be another way.