We live in a time of unprecedented global migration. Some families willingly choose to migrate with hopes of better futures in other countries or regions. Others reluctantly migrate when their ability to support basic family necessities is extremely hindered and they perceive that other countries, more robust economies, offer better opportunities to achieve their goals. Still, others are forced to flee from war, internal conflict, political or religious persecution, or natural disasters that threaten the health and safety of family members.
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