Migration and Marriage

@inproceedings{Schmidt2011MigrationAM,
  title={Migration and Marriage},
  author={Garbi Schmidt},
  year={2011}
}
  • G. Schmidt
  • Published 1 October 2011
  • History, Economics
Migration and Marriage 

Moral boundaries and national borders: Cuban marriage migration to Denmark

The discussion of marriage migration in Denmark primarily has focused on citizens of immigrant descent (‘New Danes’) who marry partners from their ancestral homeland (often Turkey or Pakistan). This

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TLDR
Investigation of the health and well-being of Thai immigrant women in transnational marriages in Norway finds initial culture shock and a mixture of employment issues, transnational ties, marital relationships and social networks intertwined to influence women’s health andwell-being over time.

Tourist brides and migrant grooms: Cuban–Danish couples and family reunification policies

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