- In this non-fiction, Chukwudi A. Anene delves into Cee's 15-year experiences and observations in the Netherlands. Cee, an African asylum-seeker-turned-immigrant, and upwards a Dutch citizen. Arriving in the Netherlands as an asylum seeker, Cee sees also an opportunity toward pursuing his academic dream; developing interests in ways capable of advancing his vision of a knowledge-based future. Starting from studying the language and culture of the land. Alas, hamstrung by prevailing policies. Cee'd in the process witness a flurry of activity and the defining times in the Dutch immigration & asylum policies, recording vital information and the taking of shape of relevant policies in the Hague every step of the way as those affect both him personally and asylum seekers collectively. Plus the larger immigrant communities in the tiny but great country. The longest parliamentary debate yet unfolds. The Defining times: socio-economic, political, judicial, plus rather psychological concerning Cee himself. A credible source on the Dutch approach surrounding immigration, refugee questions & asylum. Revealing and insightful sociologically & politically. Written from an immigrant's perspective.