Migration Barriers For Caribbean Peoples
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This paper examines the barriers that may present for Caribbean immigrants as distinguishable from other immigrants. Findings include politically motivated agendas, dual-cultural mobility as exemplified by Puerto Rico, and diasporic communities that offer support but by nature reinforce isolation.
From the Paper:"Migration barriers present political, social, cultural and financial issues for Caribbean Peoples. Some of the barriers may not have been anticipated but nevertheless contribute to impede integration into a host country. Although it could be said that migration barriers are fairly typical for most countries having a large migration status, for Caribbean peoples migration issues are perhaps more accentuated on account of their geographical proximity to both the North American continent, as well as Europe. The problem could perhaps be summarized by the following adage: ""We have seen that poorer countries, when they are unable to sell goods...""
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