That's exactly how I feel. It's just that when you've made a conscious decision to go and live somewhere (or stay somewhere for that matter), it's important to make the effort. Becoming a British citizen wouldn't really make any difference to my life apart from giving me the chance to vote at the national elections and adding another passport to my collection. Pledging allegiance to the Queen won't affect the way I feel about monarchy and, if anything, I'd be able to do something about it when I'm a citizen.meepmeep wrote:Nationality doesn't really matter to me, what matters is the society we create together. I don't care if I'm Swedish or English or whatever. But if I was to live in England I would definitely apply to become a citizen asap, to really feel part of what's going on, especially since both Sweden and England accept double citizenship and I could still be a Swedish citizen.
I haven't looked at the test yet but I'll buy the books in a couple of weeks. I am hoping it's all going to be about Corrie, the weather and the distance between London and Sheffield.