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Amelia hill

Population ­ Migration Case Study.

Millions of Mexican people migrated from Mexico to the USA for overall a better quality of
life which Mexico couldn't provide them with. Since claiming the top spot among all
immigrant groups in the 1980 census, the Mexican immigrant population in the United…

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In Mexico they had extremely poor medical facilities and number of trained doctors ­
approximately 1800 per doctor, so seeing a doctor if you were ill would have been a
The life expectancy is 72 years old; this would be due to poor medical services and
poor housing…

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The USA have excellent facilities and services such as medical services with only 400
people per doctor meaning you are much likely to be seen by a doctor if you are ill
and injured. This increases the health of people increasing the life expectancy.
The life expectancy is better In…

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The Mexican culture has enriched the US Border States with food, language and
music, so where there is most of them they have brought new activities and events
to states, enlightening villages as many people welcome new routines.
As most of the migrants were young people they were willing to…

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make in the states. A lot of this can be sent back to Mexico. Altogether the total
amount which is sent back home is around $6billion.
Despite the relative stagnation of the US economy, the flow of money seems to
carry on growing, according to recent data, in 2003 it…

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metal fence which is hard to climb over, which has spotlights in some parts for extra
security. Also the US have employed 5,500 border agents with tracking dogs and are
also using helicopters, the border is 3,326km long, this has proven effective as
nowhere near as many immigrants can cross…


Mr A Gibson


Top quality... This is very thorough as it covers all the push/pull factors for this case study but also the advantages and disadvantages to the host and recipient country of migration. Some in depth information which you woudl do well to learn in this well known case study of migration from Mexico to the USA.

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