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The Privilege and Pain of Falling in Love Across Borders

There were no visas required when we fell in love online, but now we live in a bureaucratic nightmare

Photo: Rafael Graf/EyeEm/Getty Images

InIn an age of growing suspicion of one another, when policy is changing to build walls and ban travel, when nations vote to leave decades-old unions, falling in love with someone from another country…

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Peripatetic Writer analysing Pop Culture. “Time’s Lie” out now from Zero Books.

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