#Valentines Day

#Have a Heart

Show your support by taking a quick walk.

Reunite Families UK is a campaign and support group set up by two Mum's affected by the Minimum Income Requirement (MIR).  Spending special dates with your loved one, such as birthdays, Christmas and Valentines Day should not be so difficult.  However when you fall in love with a Non-EU and now with Brexit EU citizen, being together is not as easy as we are led to believe.  As you can see the time never stops ticking for our families who have to spend sometimes years apart to be reunited.  We believe families belong together.

An idea inspired by Thia Malan, previously affected by the rules; RFUK and JCWI are teaming up to do a #haveaheart campaign this Valentine’s Day to raise awareness of the MIR. You can do your bit in the run-up to Valentine’s Day this year by taking part in the #HaveAHeart challenge. The idea is simple: get creative and make a heart shape (suggestions below), and share it on social media, asking people to write to their local MP and make much-needed change happen.

Married Since 1977
Married Since 1977

Unable to be a family since 2011, Mustafa will miss out on yet another Valentines Day with Elaine.

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Half Exiled
Half Exiled

Visiting Daddy means long spells in hospital due to chronic lung disease - UK visit visas all declined. When can they spend a Valentines Day together?

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Click on the pdf file to find out more about how you can show your support by taking a quick walk