Immigrants come to this country for a better life and future. For many different reasons, many immigrants are sure that things are better in this country and that there are more opportunities for them. Many immigrants come to find work, there are many jobs but immigrants that do not speak English and have a hard time trying to find a good job. But instead they have to take the jobs that won’t pay as much money. This makes it very difficult for them to afford many things in this country that they have hoped to have. Also new immigrants can have a hard time finding health care. Many immigrants work in low paying jobs and don’t have health insurance, and many immigrants’ families do not have enough money to go see a doctor and when they do go see a doctor they have a hard time understanding what they are telling them and it can make it harder for them to follow instructions that were giving to them. Many of them don’t know where to get help from because they don’t speak English. These are some of many obstacles that many immigrants face when they decide that they...
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... husband. The family tried to sue but nothing happened. The government didn’t do anything about it as if it was a dog that was ran on by a car and left on the side of the road to die. This shows how corrupted our country is and this is another reason of why many people leave it and move elsewhere / immigrate to other places. One person country’s flaw could attract a person to another country, people tend to look for certain characteristics in one country that theirs does not consist of, and one country’s push factor can be another country’s pull factor. Immigration is a personal choice, but defiantly there are reasons for everything, they could be as simple as wanting to experience something new, or they could be more complex such as living the life that one wanted but couldn’t have in their homeland or previous country, due to politics, religion, education or work.
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