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Text Preview There are many negative causes and difficulties migrants face when traveling to America, and even when they reach their destination. Such as the lack of equal rights for immigrants in America, human trafficking, and irregular migration. A cause of these people having to move is the amount of violence in their home countries and forced gang labor.

 First, there is a growing problem of unequal in America for undocumented immigrants who earn their stay by contributing to the overall economy. In “Caught in the Middle: Asian Immigrants Struggle to Stay in America”, it explains that the children who are undocumented, can’t use their scholarship money to get into college. These parents of these children also have lingering fear of being found out and being deported away from their children. This causes many problems for the family including heavy emotional stress and separation.

 Human trafficking and irregular migration are also a problem for migrants who are on the run. People who migrate run the risk of being kidnapped and may be sold into slavery. Thankfully, IOM is informing people about these dangers, as can be read in "Raising Awareness of the Dangers of Human Trafficking and Irregular Migration". It also explains how women and those with low intelligence are susceptible.

 
 Finally, the case of many migrations is forced gang labor. Many children are being forced to do the "dirty work" for these gangsters in their home countries. That's why these children have to decide whether they run for their lives or stay and continue to do these life endangering jobs. As can be seen in "Is Trek of Undocumented Immigrant Children Safer Than Staying Home" it explains that the gangsters have control over the police.

  In conclusion, there a lot of difficulties migrants face when migrating. There are also many causes that force them to migrate including forced gang labor and exploitation. Many difficulties include human trafficking, irregular migration, and... Show More

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