For those looking to move abroad, the internet serves as a wonderful source of information and data for people looking to expatriate themselves. Yet for all the solutions to cutting through red tape, the internet features a surprising dearth of narrative stories by those who have made the leap to live abroad. Enter Two Passports. Created in 2009 by John F. O’Sullivan, Two Passports serves as a place for people to share their stories, because moving abroad can be awfully intimidating. It's nice to know you are not alone.
tags: culture shock, Irish roots, journalism, multi author, storytelling
I moved to Ireland in November 2009 after acquiring citizenship through foreign births - my grandpa was from Limerick, so I was entitled to apply. I moved because I was a year out of college and having an awful lot of trouble finding steady work. I thought, "If I'm going to be working in non-career-track-type jobs, I may as well do it in another country. In May 2010, I moved to Wales after finding a job at a local hostel, where I'm the night manager. Stop on by if you're ever in Wales (NosDa Hostel).
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