A lot of people sees the U.S. as the land of milk and honey, a place where you can easily secure "the american dream". I have friends and relatives who have migrated to U.S. and have actually become citizens already, for them life in the U.S. has been good and this will their home for good. But I also hear of a lot of sad stories from people whose move to the U.S. did not do them any better.
In my opinion, as long as offer of migration to foreigners are properly regulated by the government, then there shouldn't be any issues with this. It's a matter of give and take. Migrants benefit as new opportunities are presented to them, and the economy on the other hand also benefit from what the migrants can contribute.
I also believe that home is where your heart is. Building a life and starting anew anywhere (any country) will always be challenging and difficult at first, stability in your new home won't happen overnight. But as you press on, it is your desire that will bring you success... anywhere you go, choose to live or whatever you decide to do.
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