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www.quora.com/Why-do-people-want-to-immigrate-to-the-United-States

Culture of the United States of America ... I hate a lot about US visa system, but even with that, America ranks superior in getting people in. Extremely ... Not believing there is a safe future (a future without kidnapping, extortion or death), for you or your children definitely would motivate people to move or fight back. But, try ...

www.thegramblinite.com/news/view.php/394244/Why-do-immigrants-come-to-United-States-

Nov 17, 2006 ... Many people from Africa and the Caribbean, however, were brought forcibly to America to work as forced laborers in the building of a new nation. Europeans were the immigrants back then, but they did not behave like today's immigrants do. Instead, they executed, isolated, and attacked Native Americans.

www.movetoamerica.expert/10-good-reasons-to-move-to-the-u-s

May 4, 2015 ... According to prominent international rankings, 13 or 15 American colleges and universities are ranked among the top 20 in the world. ... With well over 600 thousand restaurants employing approximately 13 million people, the industry caters to a variety of customer demands regarding price, food quality, ...

www.bbcamerica.com/anglophenia/2013/09/eight-reasons-brits-move-to-america

caption id="attachment_2730" align="alignnone" width="460"] The means of getting to America has greatly improved since 1620. (Photo via New Hampshire Commentary) [/caption] Early British settlers...

www.globalcitizen.org/en/content/why-people-migrate-11-surprising-reasons

Dec 4, 2014 ... NPS Photo by Michael Quinn. Here in the US, there's been a lot of talk recently on immigration. The debate is raging over President Obama's new series of executive actions that will grant up to 5 million undocumented immigrants protection from deportation. Naturally, this kind of boldness has created quite ...

usaimmigration.weebly.com/why-do-people-immigrate-to-the-us.html

People are forced to migrate, fleeing war or conflict to save their lives (these migrants are often known as refugees). One example is events in Ivory Coast ... job opportunities in the richer part of the world. For many years economic migrants have been leaving Mexico and parts of Central America in search of jobs in the US.

immigrantconnect.medill.northwestern.edu/blog/2017/03/16/why-do-so-many-mexican-immigrants-come-to-the-united-states

Mar 16, 2017 ... Since Mexican immigrants make up a large portion of the US's immigrant population, it is assumed that the American dream is the driver of the influx, regardless of immigration laws and ... He was born in the United States but moved back shortly after his mom was deported. ... Mariana's mom makes do.

www.huffingtonpost.com/laura-mcholm/the-most-common-moving_b_4738585.html

Feb 7, 2014 ... How many times have you moved? What were the reasons? Moving is stressful and a ton of work so why do we do it? It turns out we have very good reasons, often big life changes. My team at NorthStar Moving compiled the most common reasons people move. The top ranking reasons are to own a new or ...

www.pbs.org/destinationamerica/usim_wy.html

Persecuted for their religious beliefs, a long line of men and women have taken refuge in America ever since the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock. Barred from their homelands as enemies of the state, dissidents have come to America so that their voices will not be silenced. Looking for a better life for themselves and their  ...