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

Puerto Ricans displaced by hurricane could be moved to US mainland Two of the people who spoke to HUD officials said using large commercial cruise liners had been suggested to move residents en masse.

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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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

Many businesses closed. The result has been an exodus to the mainland. The Center for Puerto Rican Studies at Hunter College estimated in an October study that between 114,000 and 213,000 Puerto.

After the united states forced spain to relinquish puerto rico in. relocated, the economy would not suffer since thousands of Puerto. Allen's successor, William Hunt, reported that Puerto Rico's “field laborers.are the most industrious. Meanwhile, unemployment in the U.S. mainland remained low,

Displaced puerto ricans face obstacles getting health care. But Puerto Ricans who fled to the mainland after the destruction face problems well beyond timing.. be eligible for a special.

Some 11,000 evacuees from the U.S. he had many others at La Nueva Escuela Juan Ponce de León in Guaynabo, about 20 minutes from San Juan. Diego’s parents had always intended for him to finish high.

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.

Melndez projected that Maria’s damage to Puerto Rico’s physical, social and economic fabric could result in as many as 200,000 migrants to the U.S. mainland over the next 12 months, with many of the new arrivals relocating to Florida, New York and New Jersey-all of which have existing large puerto Rican communities. MIGRATION "RUMORS"

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