Why did immigrants come to the US?
Immigrants have no good jobs and their family sometimes lives in the US.
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immigrants come to the US because their home country might not havethe same rights economic opportunity that the US has. Manyimmigrants have also been political refugees whose… home country hasa totalitarian government. Ever since its beginnings as a Britishcolony, the, now USA, has been seen as a land of opportunity bymany people world wide.
To avoid war and famine Many immigrants came to the United Sataes in the 1830s to 1920s for many reasons. One of them was The Political Unrest in Germany. Another was the Iri…sh famines in 1845 and 1880. Also, in 1880, Germany had a Military Draft that many Germans were mad about. There was a HUGE amount of immigrants from everywhere in 1908 when the U.S. had an industrial Expansion. These are only a few reaons why immigrants came to the U.S. in the 1800s.
Actually they came because they leader at the time around 1800s were forcing religion upon them so the retreated to our country and land not to force religion upon other but t…o be able to freely preach how they wanted.
The new immigrants came in search of a new and wonderful life. They broke away from Europe mainly because of religious restrictions or discrimination, many immigrants heard "r…umors" and many wonderfully exaggerated things about the United States.
The Meiji Restoration prompted an influx of Japanese immigrants tothe United States. Hawaii received its first immigrants in 1868.
so they could have a better life also so they wanted more crops and things like that and for their freedom
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During the 1980's and 1970's and early 1990's Poland was a poor country. The communists where ruling and life in Poland was horrible. Now in days many peopel are migrating bac…k because Poland now is a stable and not poor coutnry it is devolping quickly and is becoming a rich country.
Norwegian immigrants went to the United States primarily in the later half of the 19th century and the first few decades of the 20th century. There are more than 4.5 million N…orwegian Americans according to the most recent U.S. census,
Many Immigrants come to the United States because life in their original country may be hard. They may have traveled because of the need for food, jobs, houses, and really fre…edom. Maybe in their original home, they werent allowd to express their religious beliefs freely, so they came to America so that they could have religious freedom. But we are all immigrants, and that is something we sometimes forget, and we give people from other countries a hard time. But they are humans too, and deserve to be treated the same.
They came to New Zealand in the 1800s
For the same reason that most people migrate: they thought that they would do better in their newly chosen country. . Answer: . In addition to the desire of the Chinese to …get money in the Gold Mountain (rendered in English as Gum Shan or Gumshan) as the northwestern states and British Columbia were known, the Chinese were offered work and encouragement to come to North America by the Americans and Canadians to work in the mines and to construct the railways. They were seen as a cheap hard working labour force.. It was thought that, as few Chinese women were allowed, the labourers would return home after their contract ended to resume life in China. To further enhance this, governments enacted strict controls over immigration of the CHinese as permanent residents and the immigration of spouses and potential spouses.
because they wanted a better lifestyle
1. From about 1880-1914 a. Mainly from the Russian Empire, especially from Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine. b. From parts of Austria-Hungary, especially the Polish areas. c. …On a smaller scale, from Germany. 2. From 1933-1941 Mainly from Nazi Germany and from Austria.
Immigrants can come to Texas from anywhere in the world. It is most common for Mexicans to emigrate to Texas, due to the close proximity.
Usually for political freedom, religious freedom, money/jobs, family, and/or drought. Opportunity, land, escape religious persecution or legal prosecution. There are proba…bly as many reasons as there were immigrants.