Interviews with migrants

1804, 2018

“I knew that my only chance to go further was by studying”

  Q: Age? A: 26 years. Q: Country of residence? A: Spain. Q: Do you have children? A: No, and I’m not married. Q: How long have you been here? A: I’ve been here for

1804, 2018

“I hope I was able to transmit to my children a different way to look at life”

Q: How old are you? A: I am 47 years old. Q: How many years have you been away from your country? A: 10 years Q: Do you have kids? A: Yes, I have two.

1804, 2018

“You have a good time wherever you are if you are surrounded with good people”

Q: Age? A: 56 years old. Q: How long have you been here? A: For 14 years. Q: Do you have kids? A: Yes, three. They are 36, 34 and 33. Q: How was your

1804, 2018

“I came here because everyone was talking about Spain, not for need”

Q: Age? A: 39 Q: How long have you been here? A: 15 years. Q: Do you have kids? A: Yes, a six-year-old girl. Q: How was your life like in Romania before you came

1804, 2018

“They sent 67 teachers to Spain to teach classes of Romanian”

  Q: Age? A: 41 Q: How long have you been here? A: Almost 5 years. Q: Do you have kids? A: No, I’m married but no kids for now. Q: Did you have a

1804, 2018

“It’s like going to your own country as a foreigner”

  Q:How old are you? A: Nineteen years old. Q: How many years have you been in Spain? A: Practically 12 years. Q: I assume you don’t have any kids or are married. A: No