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I assumed British citizenship would be a formality. After all, I wasn’t really an immigrant

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I assumed British citizenship would be a formality. After all, I wasn’t really an immigrant
In year seven, my English teacher asked me why I had moved to Britain. I told her that my brother had asthma, and that the rainy climate served him better – which, strictly speaking, was not a lie. But being an immigrant was never a question of preference for me, much less an active choice. One night, when I was eight years old, I was informed of the situation over a Happy Meal and a vanilla milkshake. Three weeks later, I was on a Ryanair flight to Glasgow Prestwick. Over the years I have given as much thought to living...
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