After agonizing over the decision, Trisha Lawford has made up her mind.
"It's too risky to leave," the British expat living in Singapore told CNBC over the up coming vote on whether U.K. voters will decide to leave the EU.
Lawford moved from the U.K. and is voting for her home country to remain in the EU through a proxy vote, where her friend will cast the vote on her behalf.
She recently joined a crowd consisting of mostly Brits, for an informal debate over Brexit held in Singapore on behalf of the organisation, Conservatives Abroad.
"This is very much of a head and heart issue," Lawford added. "Emotionally, a lot of people feel they would like to leave Europe and for the U.K. to attain its sovereignty, but when you look at it on a more head basis, you realize the economic and financial impact could be very serious."
Paul Rodgers has lived in Singapore for ten years and has already sent his vote by mail, where he voted for the U.K. to leave. "EU is uneconomical, undemocratic and controlled and run by one particular country," he told CNBC before taking stage as the main speaker for the 'exit' case in the evening's debate.