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The subject of this paper is the anthropological analysis of narratives of female migrants from the EU who are living in Belgrade. The analysis uses the approaches of "transnationalism from below" and home studies. The paper addresses the question of what is home for EU citizens living outside the EU. The aim is to cast increased light on middle-class migrations from more developed countries to a less developed country. The main results show that the notion of home is intricately linked withdoi:10.3986/dd.2020.2.02 fatcat:4pbfuenytbbr7jx3vop5fbkw6m