Where do migrants leaving the Caribbean islands usually travel to?
Most Caribbean migrants travel to the United States.
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The Bahamas has the highest per capita income for its citizens of$20,000 USD per year. Each island has different natural resourcesand territory. Each islands has different capabilities that can'tbe quantified in resources such as sectors that produce a lot ofrevenue and taxes for each nation. Exampl…es would be financialservices, telecommunication, oil refining and tourism. There isoften a wide disparity in the wealth of the Caribbean nations andtheir citizens. ( Full Answer )
There are many countries that conform the Caricom Association, but most of them and their island were British, Dutch, French or Portuguese colonies. Even thought their official language is not Spanish, a significant percentage of their population speak Spanish as a second language. Many others were… colonized by Spain, so for most of them Spanish is the official language. Some of these countries (with their spanish speaking islands) are: Cuba : Isla de la Juventud, Cayo Largo del Sur, Cayo Coco, Cayo Guillermo, Cayo Romano, Cayo Blanco, Cayo Sabinal, Cayo Santa MarÃa, Cayo Guajaba and ArchipiÃ©lago de los Colorados. PanamÃ¡ : Isla ColÃ³n, Cayos Zapatillas, Isla Bastimentos, Isla NarganÃ¡, Isla Naluenga, Isla El Porvenir, Isla Wichubwala, Isla Ukupseni, Cayos Holandeses, Isla Escudo de Veraguas and Isla Grande. Venezuela : Los Roques, Islas Chimanas, Islas Borrachas, Isletas de PÃritu, Isla Larga, Isla de Margarita, Isla de Coche, Isla de Cubagua, Islas Caracas, ArchipiÃ©lago Los Monjes, ArchipiÃ©lago Las Aves, ArchipiÃ©lago los Testigos, ArchipiÃ©lago Los Frailes, Isla Los Hermanos, Isla de Aves, Isla la Sola, Isla la Tortuga, Isla la Orchila, Isla la Blanquilla, Isla de Patos, Isla La Blanquilla, Gran Roque, Isla de San Carlos, Isla de Toas, Isla de Zapara, Isla Los PÃ¡jaros, Isla de Pescadores and Isla de Providencia. Colombia : Isla de San AndrÃ©s, Isla de Providencia, Isla Santa Catalina, Albuquerque, Bajo Nuevo, Cayo BolÃvar, Cayo Roncador, Cayo Rocoso, Cayo Santander, Isla Serranilla, Cayo Serrana, Banco Quita SueÃ±o, Isla Tierra Bomba, Islas Corales del Rosario and ArchipiÃ©lago de San Bernardo. Honduras : Isla RoatÃ¡n, Cayos Cochinos, Islas de la BahÃa, Guanaja, Utila and Islas del Cisne. MÃ©xico : Isla Contoy, Isla Mujeres, Cozumel, Isla Holbox, Isla Blanca, Cayo Sucio and Banco Chinchorro. Nicaragua : Islas del MaÃz, Cayos Miskitos and Cayos Perlas. Belice (even thought the official language is English, almost a 46% of the population speaks Spanish) : Cayo Ambergris, Islas Turneffe, Cayo Corker, Cayo San Jorge, Cayo Chapel and Cayo Goff. Puerto Rico : Culebra , Vieques , Mona , Monito , Desecheo , Caja de Muertos and Isla de Cabras. PaÃses Bajos (even thought the official language Dutch, most of the population speaks Sapanish): Aruba, Bonaire, Curazao , Saba, San Eustaquio and San MartÃn. France: Guadalupe and Martinica. Trinidad y Tobago : Trinidad, Tobago, Chacachacare, Gaspar Grande, Gasparillo, Isla Huevos, Isla Monos and PequeÃ±a Tobago. RepÃºblica Dominicana : Isla Saona, Isla Beata, Isla Catalina and Isla Alto Velo. ( Full Answer )
The islands in the Caribbean are Haiti, the British Virgin islands,Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Antigua, and Puerto Rico. They alsoinclude Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, the Turks and Caicosislands.
Laugh! Well, i would hand myself into immigration control and allow them to deport me. Simplest way, really.
While Christopher Columbus is credited with finding and landing on many of the Caribbean Islands, they were populated long before his happy accident. The people native to these islands are: . Arawak . Igneri . TaÃno . Caquetio . Ciboney . Ciguayo . Galibi . Garifuna . Island Caribs . …Kalinago . Lucayan . Macorix . Raizal So, more accurately, depending on which you mean, people from the list above "found" the Caribbean islands. ( Full Answer )
1 Anguilla . 2 Antigua and Barbuda . 3 Aruba . 4 Bahamas . 5 Barbados . 6 British Virgin Islands . 7 Cayman Islands . 8 Colombia . 9 Cuba . 10 CuraÃ§ao . 11 Dominica . 12 Dominican Republic . 13 Grenada . 14 Guadeloupe . 15 Haiti . 16 Honduras . 17 Jamaica . 18 Martinique . 19 Me…xico . 20 Montserrat . 21 Netherlands . 22 Nicaragua . 23 Puerto Rico . 24 Saint BarthÃ©lemy . 25 Saint Kitts and Nevis . 26 Saint Lucia . 27 Saint Martin (France) . 28 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines . 29 Trinidad and Tobago . 30 Saint Maarten . 31 Turks and Caicos Islands . 32 United States of America . 33 United States Virgin Islands ( Full Answer )
There are more than 7,000 islands in the Caribbean. There are 13independent island countries. These countries include Cuba,Jamaica, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, St. Kitts and Nevis, St.Vincent and the Grenadines, the Bahamas, Grenada, Barbados,Trinidad and Tobago, Antigua and Barbuda, St. Lucia, a…nd Dominica. ( Full Answer )
Not one country owns all of the Carribean Islands. Many of them are independent. However, there are some that are parts of countries, such as Puerto Rico, which is U.S. territory. The only four countries that own some of the islands are the U.S., Great Britain, the Netherlands, and France. The rest …are independent. ( Full Answer )
the weather is usually very nice a good vacation spot i would go there if i could but the Caribbean is a very nice place to go and also there can be rainy somtimes i hope this answers your question ~*SEXXII*~
In the Gulf of Mexico between North and South America. They are in the Continent of North America.
[Antigua and Barbuda]. Antigua and Barbuda is known for its beautiful beaches and its kind and loving people. This wonderful twin island nation is also know for its regattas know as The Antigua Sailing Week, the world's famous Louis Vuitton even has a bag collection named from this little rich islan…d paradise. ( Full Answer )
Cuba is the most populated country. Hispaniola (Haiti and the Dominican Republic) is the most populated island.
If you are trying to ask what three island groups are the Caribbean islands in, then the answer is the Greater Antilles, the Lesser Antilles and the Bahamas.. Different islands are made FROM different things: volcanic mountain tops and coral are what they are made FROM.
Great question because I live in the Caribbean You can go to St.Thomas, St.John, St. Croix and that's basically it. Very limited that's why I also have a British and American passports. Then you can go to all of the islands.
the smallest island is Saba and the smallest island to share borders is St.martin the #1 ISLAND IN THE CARIBBEAN.
no Another Answer: Your point of origin and your destination always dictate whether or not you need a passport.
In my opinion, Cuba. Security is high and crime is low. It is a must see! I know it sounds strange but compare the crime in the US Virgin Islands or Belize to Cuba and you will be surprised! Acklins Island in the Bahamas chain, northwest of Turks and Caicos, is relatively crime free, and is the si…ngle best fly fishing location in the Caribbean. Crooked Island nearby is pretty much the same. The Plana Cays have no crime at all, but they're uninhabited. Mayaguana has a small community on it, Abrahams Bay, but there's no crime to speak of there. ( Full Answer )
The time is always UTC - 5 hours in... . The Cayman Islands . Jamaica The time is UTC - 4 hours from the 2nd Sunday of March to the 1stSunday of November and UTC - 5 hours during the rest of the yearin... . The Bahamas . Cuba . Haiti The time is always UTC - 4 hours in... . Anguilla . …Antigua and Barbuda . Barbados . Dominica . The Dominican Republic . Grenada . Guadeloupe . Martinique . Montserrat . The Netherlands Antilles . Puerto Rico . St. Kitts and Nevis . St. Lucia . St. Vincent and the Grenadines . Trinidad and Tobago . Turks and Caicos Islands . The British Virgin Islands . The U.S. Virgin Islands ( Full Answer )
Altogether there are over 7,000 odd islands that make up the Caribbean, but bearing in mind that the vast majority of these are reefs and cays the number soon falls. There are 115 main islands.
The Caribbean Island are also known as the West Indies. Thisoccurred when Columbus explored the area. He had believed he wasexploring the East Indies. When he found this was not the case hecalled the islands the West Indies.
Not the way they do in countries that have winter. chances are that if you see a bare tree in the caribbean, its dead
Migrant means they live in the country where they work. What your really asking is why do Americans work in America.
Cuba is the largest of the islands in the Caribbean, and divides the Caribbean from the Gulf of Mexico to the north. It is about 38% larger than the island of Hispaniola, which is directly to its southeast.
If you're a US Citizen, you don't need a passport for USVI (St. Thomas, St. John and St. Croix) or for Puerto Rico. They are US Commonwealths and Territories. Other Caribbean countries may have special agreements with the US, though.
No...the Canary Islands are a group of islands off the North African coast in the Atlantic. They were named by the Romans who found many dogs on the islands...latin Canis = a dog. It has nothing to do with small yellow birds. The islands are part of Spain.
No. The First Fleet carried convicts, officers and marines. There were no British migrants as the colony had not yet been established. The only "free settlers" were the wives and children of some of the marines. Even the wives and children of most of the officers stayed in England, as the officers i…ntended to return home once their commission was over. ( Full Answer )
Yes , Aruba is one of the Caribbean islands. Specifically, Aruba is located in the south Caribbean. It is closer to South America than to either Central America or North America. In fact, the island is just about 17 miles (27 kilometers) from the Latin American country of Venezuela.
Usually come to London as it is the capital but other than London, they are moving to Manchester, Liverpool, Bristol and Birmingham because of the expanding and growing economy in the area.
The Spanish colonization of the Americas was the exploration, conquest, settlement and political rule over much of the western hemisphere. It was initiated by the Spanish conquistadors and developed by the Monarchy of Spain through its administrators and missionaries. The motivations for colonia…l expansion were trade and the spread of the Christian faith through indigenous conversions. It lasted for over four hundred years, from 1492 to 1898. Beginning with the 1492 arrival of Christopher Columbus, over nearly four centuries the Spanish Empire would expand across: most of present day Central America, theCaribbean islands, and Mexico; much of the rest of North America including the Southwestern, Southern coastal, and California Pacific Coast regions of the United States; and though inactive, with claimed territory in present day British Columbia Canada; and U.S. states of Alaska, Washington, and Oregon; and the western half ofSouth America.    In the early 19th century the wars of independence liberated all the Spanish colonies in the Americas, except for Cuba and Puerto Rico later in 1898. Spain's loss of the last two in the Spanish-American War politically ended Spanish colonization in the Americas. The cultural influences, though, still remain. ( Full Answer )
Caribbean people mainly leave their islands for in search of better standard of living this include but is not limited to better health care, education ad jobs.
Nationals of the following countries do not require a visa for a stay in Aruba, CuraÃ§ao, Sint Maarten and the Caribbean Netherlands.       . European Union and European Economic Area (3 months) . Holders of British National (Overseas) passports . Andorra . Antigua and… Barbuda . Argentina . Australia (3 months) . Bahamas . Barbados . Belize  . Brazil . Brunei . Canada (3 months) . Chile . Costa Rica . Colombia   . Croatia . Dominica  . Ecuador  . El Salvador . Grenada  . Guatemala . Guyana  . Honduras . Hong Kong  . Israel . Japan (3 months) . Macau  . Jamaica  . Malaysia . Mauritius . Mexico . Monaco (3 months) . New Zealand (3 months) . Nicaragua . Panama . Paraguay . Saint Kitts and Nevis . Saint Lucia  . Saint Vincent and the Grenadines  . San Marino (3 months) . Seychelles . Singapore . Suriname  . Switzerland (3 months) . South Korea . Trinidad and Tobago  . United States (3 months) . Uruguay . Vatican City (3 months) . Venezuela . Furthermore, the following groups are exempt from the visa requirement: . holders of a valid residence permit for any territory of the Kingdom of the Netherlands or for Saint Martin, Canada, Ireland, Switzerland, the United States, the United Kingdom, or one of the Schengen countries; . the captain, crew or passengers of a ship or aircraft which does not stay for a continuous period of longer than 48 hours. . holders of a United Nations laissez-passer, issued by the United Nations. ( Full Answer )
The Caribbean is a region comprised of many different nations. Eachcountry has its own form of government.
Ummm, the carribean isn't an ilsalnd, it is a region of a group of islands.
Hurricanes need warm ocean water to form. In the spring the oceans have not fully warmed up yet.
There are a number of islands that can accommodate your financial conditions. Among the five cheapest places to travel are the Dominican Republic, Bonaire, Carriacou, St. Croix, and Guadeloupe.
Generally, the southernmost ones - such as Trinidad and Tobago, or Aruba, Bonaire or Curacao. Hurricanes usually track to the north of those islands.
Alphabetically Anguilla (UK) Aruba (Dutch) Bonaire (Dutch) Caiman Islands (UK) Cura Ã§ ao (Dutch) Guadalupe (French) Martinique (French) Montserrat (UK) Puerto Rico (US) - includes Vieques and Culebra Seba (Dutch) St. BarthÃ©lemy (France) Sint Eustatius (Dutch) St. Mar…tin (France) Sint Marteen (Dutch) US Virgin Islands - St. Johns, St. Thomas, St. Croix and Water Island. NOTE: St. Martin and Sint Marteen is one island separated into two territories. ( Full Answer )
Why did Jack on pirates of the Caribbean on stranger tides leave Angelica on the island at the end of the movie?
Because she used voodoo against him and he didn't want anything to do with her at the end of Pirates 4.
No. It is the 15th largest country in the world, just south of the United States, acting as a land bridge between the US and Central America.
They did not. Occasionally a German U-Boat would shell a Carribean Island. These islands had oil refineries, natural resources-bauxite, and military bases that the Germans wanted to disrupt or destroy.
Many Caribbean islands have an economy based mostly on tourism. They have beautiful beaches, interesting culture, and a good climate, so it makes sense that people would want to visit. Also, it provides a source of income for small, isolated countries that would otherwise have few resources. The oth…er main industry in the Caribbean is agriculture, specifically bananas and spices. Tourism-based societies are service-based societies, and are generally more prosperous than agriculture-based societies. It also gives an incentive to keep crime down. The resort towns on the Caribbean coast of Mexico are among the safest places in the whole country. ( Full Answer )
Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago, Barbodos, Antigua, Grenada, Jamaica, Monsterrat, St Vincent, Bahamas, Suriname, Haiti, St Lucia, Belize, Domonica,
Smaller islands such as those of the Lesser Antilles will have little effect on hurricanes. Storms that hit the larger islands such as Cuba will weaken.
The Caribbean has thousands of islands. The Bahama region is hometo Abaco Island, Little Lloyd Cay, and Ragged Island, among manyothers. Culpepper Island and Pelican Island are both in theBarbados region. There are also islands near Cuba and the DominicanRepublic.
You can get a map of the Caribbean Islands from other fellow travelers or you can use Google to download a copy of the map which can tell you temperatures.
French is the official language of Haiti, Guadeloupe, Martinique,Saint Martin (French side), and Saint Barthelemy. With theexception of Haiti, all of these islands are French overseasterritories or departments. French Guiana, another French overseas department, is located inSouth America, but its n…orthern border is on the Caribbean. The official language of Dominica and Saint Lucia is English, butboth islands were at one point French territories, and many peoplestill speak a Creole dialect of French. ( Full Answer )
A Caribbean vacation package will typically provide the three things every holiday maker is after. Sun, Sea and Sand. Other than this, it is entirely up to the holiday maker what other aspects make up the holiday package.
There are many islands in the Caribbeans that get a high volume of visitors. The most visited Caribbean islands include Aruba, the Bahamas, and the US Virgin Islands.
Flat non-mountainous islands are usually considered coral islands.Examples of this type of island would be the Bahamas, Anegada inthe British Virgin Islands, Turks & Caicos, the Florida Keys,and the barrier islands of Belize are all examples of coralislands. The majority of Caribbean islands are mou…ntainous and havea volcanic history. ( Full Answer )
From the 1960's onwards. There are many separate nations there andeach gained independence at a different time.