Chloe writes about her experiences gaining Finish citizenship and her concerns about fellow Brits who aren’t being so proactive.
For David, citizenship is primarily about legal rights and obligations. His main concern is keeping his family together whatever political decisions are made about who can live where, but the process of applying for French citizenship is bureaucratic and drawn-out.
Ellie reflects on what dual citizenship might mean. It won’t erase her British identity, but will confer a sense of security and identification with her adopted home.
Oliver doesn’t see the need to change his citizenship status for the moment; he will wait until after Brexit and see what needs doing then.
Jim and his wife had a much more positive experience applying for citizenship in Vienna than they had in the UK.
Sue Evans sent us this piece about applying for French citizenship