مهاجرت — ۱۳ مهر ۱۳۹۱

A look into the identity and nationality of Iranian immigrants

A report by Mitra Roshan

We may compare the immigrant world as a version of schizophrenia; a two-part brain which lives simultaneously in two worlds, as if two souls reside in a single body. Claude, who emigrated from France to Quebec 20 years ago, states: “As if you are here and you are not, you understand and you don’t; your brain tells you to accept the reality! You are here, but your heart says no! You think about somewhere else; no matter where you are, there is always something important missing and you do not feel happy. The happiness of an immigrant depends on the harmony between these two worlds, on a balance between the two worlds…”

Mitra Roshan has talked to many immigrants in order to learn about what they had initially expected from citizenship of a new country and how similar their expectations were to their realities.

 

 

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