What we are creating is a collection of stories of love: of extraordinary moments in extraordinary relationships.
We encourage you to write a short story that focuses on beautiful moments that you and your loved one(s) share. You don’t need to write about the unfairness of the law: that is crystal clear in the context of the book being published, and we are much more interested in hearing your love story. The same is true of the Home Office: most of us who have gone through the visa application process have experience of the system not having integrity and not working. You don’t need to write about this, unless it gives specific context to your love story. Word counts are very limited, so don’t waste yours on anger – tell us your extraordinary tales of love!
Please consider that more than one person in your family may want to submit a story.
We are not planning to publish a sequel to our Love Letters to the Home Office book at the present time, but we are collecting stories to be published on this site.
Tell your story in a comment below, or email directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
For many people featured in the site, English won’t be your first language. Don’t worry about that at all. Just send us what you can, and if we need to, we will put you in touch with a ghost writer who will work with you to perfect your story.
We look forward to hearing from you!