Interviews with left-behind families

Don’t go, don’t go anymore, I’m tired (PT)

Q: Good morning. How old are you? A: 39. Q: Are you married? Do you have children? A: Yes. Q: How many children

It’s always the same, saying goodbye (PT)

Q: Good afternoon. Age? A: 25 years old. Q: I know that you have a sister who has emigrated, right? A: Yes. Q:

It was a shock (PT)

Q: Good morning. A: Good Morning. Q: How old are you? A: 46 years old. I would rather not answer specific questions,

I do not believe in long-distance relationships (PT)

Q: Good morning. How old are you? A: I’m 28 years old. Q: Do you have any children? A: I have got a

I felt a bit lost, alone (PT)

Q: Good morning. What is your name? A: My name is M*. Q: How old are you? A: I’m 51 years old. Q:

When he started working in Spain, honestly, it was a relief (PT)

Q: Good morning. How old are you? A: I’m 28 years old. Q: Do you have any brothers or sisters? A:  I’m an

My father had to emigrate to give us the opportunity to study (PT)

Q: Good Morning. How old are you? A: I’m 22 years old. Q: Do you have any brothers or sisters? A: I have

I wish I won the Euromilhões (lottery) to be able to bring her back (PT)

Q: Good afternoon. What is your age? A: I’m 51 years old. Q: Are you married, do you have children? A: I’m married

When she picked up her bags and left, a piece of me went with her (PT)

Q: Good morning. How old are you? A: I’m 52 years old. Well, I am not 52 yet. I am 51, actually.

This is not the life I wanted or the life I have dreamed of (PT)

Q: Good morning. How old are you? A: I’m 51 years old. Q: Do you have children? A: I have got a son

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