Moving to Portugal — An immigrant experience of Lisbon, Part I (by Lisa Morrow & Kim Hewett)

A picture perfect tourist image of Lisbon

Even before the pandemic, many people, particularly US citizens, have been looking to move somewhere that offered a better quality of life. One of the main criteria is it must be safe, and on the surface Portugal appears to be a good option. Nobody gets killed at school by rampaging gunmen, the country isn’t always at war, or…

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Lisa Morrow

Lisa Morrow

Sociologist, blogger and writer

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