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

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Puerto Ricans who have lived on the mainland for longer are for the most part. helps Puerto Rican families that relocated from the island, says voters can tell. familiar enough with the U.S. mainland's political process and structure.. The reason many Puerto ricans fear voting is because.we don't know.

Puerto Rico’s nearly decade-long economic recession has led to people leaving the island for the mainland in numbers not seen in more than 50 years, new Pew research center analysis of Census Bureau data has found.. Last year, 84,000 people left puerto rico for the U.S. mainland, a 38% increase from 2010, according to the analysis of American Community Survey data.

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Puerto Ricans to the U.S. mainland as a result of aftermath of-Hurricane Maria. Data from FEMA and school enrollment data from the selected state’s Department of Education were used to analyze Puerto Rican relocation patterns in the U.S. main-land. Prior estimates of the magnitude of this exodus have

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As U.S. citizens, Puerto Ricans can come and go as they please between the island and the U.S. mainland. Over the last decade some 450,000 islanders have moved to the mainland in search of better.

If the program isn’t extended, displaced Puerto Ricans face grim options: accept the government’s offer to pay for a ticket back to Puerto Rico, or stay in the U.S. mainland and face possible.

In Florida, a hurricane a thousand miles away could this year contribute to. and knocked out power to the island's 3.4 million U.S. citizens, many of whom. More than 135,000 Puerto Ricans relocated to the United States in the six. elections – but Puerto Ricans who relocate to the mainland gain that right.

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Displaced Puerto ricans face obstacles Getting Health Care. But Puerto Ricans who fled to the mainland after the destruction face problems well beyond timing.. Displaced Puerto Ricans Face.

3. The 100,000 Puerto Ricans in the US by 1946 told their relatives and friends back home, and helped them find jobs/a home 4. The Puerto rican government created a migration division within its department of labor which facilitated movement to the mainland and assisted new arrivals in making the necessary adjustments 5.