This chapter describes the data material, methods and ethics. This way people gained empirical material that covers experiences of different lengths of time of working and living in the host country of care work, particularly personal assistance work. It wants to make a few comments about the study's ethics. This is crucial as the group paid attention to here although people focus on their agency from a workforce perspective represents a vulnerable group of workers, placed in the care industry which has low-pay and low-status work, with some of the UK interviewees even having 'illegal' status or positions in the country. It based on comparative analyses focusing in particular on the differences found between those with care work experiences in Norway and those with UK experiences, the following overview adds some comparative information. But not often mentioned in method sections of empirical studies like, one sometimes gets in contact with people who are willing to participate in the study.