Many displaced Puerto Ricans could be moved to U.S. mainland

Three and a half million people live in Puerto Rico. But many more Puerto Ricans, about 5.2 million, live on the U.S. mainland. Over the last decade, crime, the struggling economy and a fiscal crisis have prompted tens of thousands to leave the island each year. Many land in Florida.

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 · Of the nearly 2,500 displaced Puerto Ricans on the U.S. mainland still in hotels funded by FEMA, 30 families are in New York City. Half have told Gudaitis’ group that they plan to move in with family if the program ends, while the rest expect to move into the city’s shelter system.

In the three months since Hurricane Maria, hundreds of thousands of people living in Puerto Rico left for the U.S. mainland. More than 215,000 arrived in Florida since October 3, when the state.

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Tens of thousands of islanders left for the U.S. mainland to escape. While Puerto Ricans have grown accustomed to severe weather and hardship, the extent of this storm’s devastation has been more.

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Nearly 1,800 Puerto Ricans who survived Hurricane Maria will be forced to move out Sunday from hotels on the island and the U.S. mainland, where they’ve lived rent-free on assistance from the.

 · The sheer number of people moving at the same time may also test Puerto Ricans’ ability to build new lives on the mainland. Many regions in central Florida already have a.

Move mainland corporations to Puerto Rico to reduce unemployment and dependence on agricultural economy Goal was to change PR’s agricultural economy to an industrial one Increase population pressure and decline agricultural economy = incentive to move off island Puerto Ricans are U.S. citizens – Free to move to mainland without restrictions

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After Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico in September 2017, many residents were left with nothing and chose to move to the mainland following the many who had migrated to the states in previous years. Since so many schools were destroyed and had to be closed due to storm damage and budgetary concerns, it was unclear after the hurricanes as to how students would be able to receive an education.

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