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The United States received a significant influx of immigrants from __________ between 2004 and 2010. A. Canada B. Central America and South America C. Western Europe D. Australia
The United States received a significant influx of immigrants from D. Australia between 2004 and 2010. [smile]
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User: The United States received a significant influx of immigrants from __________ between 2004 and 2010. A. Canada B. Central America and South America C. Western Europe D. Australia

Weegy: The United States received a significant influx of immigrants from D. Australia between 2004 and 2010. [smile]
Mayang30|Points 791|

User: An immigrant is distinct from an emigrant. Immigrants can best be described as people who are __________. A. temporarily leaving a country B. permanently leaving an old home country C. arriving to a new home country D. departing a country for economic reasons

Weegy: An immigrant is distinct from an emigrant. Immigrants can BEST be described as people who are (b) permanently leaving an old home country.
yeswey|Points 2812|

User: Which of the following statements about factors that encourage migration to the United States is false? A. Some immigrants remain permanently in the US after finding a job. B. Many immigrants work temporarily and send money to their families in their home countries. C. Many immigrants come to the United States because jobs are not available in their home countries. D. Immigrants working in the United States are paid with the currency of their home countries.

Weegy: (d) Immigrants working in the US are paid with currency of their home countries
MinervaDC|Points 85|

User: Which of the following statements about remittances sent by migrant workers is true? A. Remittances are monetary payments sent from the worker’s home country to the host country. B. Remittances provide income to the home country. C. Remittances are illegal in the United States. D. Remittances provide capital resources for workers’ families living in the host country.

Weegy: B. Remittances provide income to the home country.
lakki|Points 61|

User: Large numbers of skilled workers left Iran in the early 21st century, primarily because __________. A. the use of their skills was outlawed by Iran’s Islamic government B. their skills were no longer needed in Iran C. they sought more skilled opportunities in countries like the United States D. the US lifted all sanctions and embargoes on Iran in 2002

Weegy: Skilled workers left Iran because C. they sought more skilled opportunities in countries like the United States
Expert answered|MrG|Points 4011|

User: Push factors of migration include all of the following, except __________. A. a high standard of living B. social persecution C. widespread famine or drought D. a high unemployment rate

Weegy: Push factors of migration include all of the following, except A. a high standard of living
Expert answered|MrG|Points 4011|

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Read the passage below and answer the question that follows. Audrey planned to move from Iowa to Arizona. En route, she was offered a job in Colorado, which she accepted. She now lives in Denver, Colorado, and works for an athletic apparel design company. This is an example of __________. A. step migration B. forced migration C. a cyclic movement D. an intervening opportunity
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Read the passage below and answer the question that follows. Audrey planned to move from Iowa to Arizona. En route, she was offered a job in Colorado, which she accepted. She now lives in Denver, Colorado, and works for an athletic apparel design company. This is an example of D. an intervening opportunity. [smile]
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