Expatriates are coming to America in droves, and the trend is expected to continue in the years to come.
They’re coming to take advantage of the country’s favorable immigration laws and cheap labor, and they’re eager to get the job done.
But they’re not coming alone.
Many expats want to earn their living in the United States as well.
There are expats who earn a living as doctors, lawyers, or construction workers.
There’s a growing number of expats with experience in finance, and a growing amount of expat professionals who want to get back to their home countries.
But it’s not all good news for expats in America.
There is a lot of pressure to keep their money abroad, and expats are generally underrepresented in American business circles.
The U.S. economy has a history of welcoming foreigners, but not everyone is happy with that.
We have expats here who don’t feel welcomed and want to make a home in the U.A.E., and there’s an oversupply of expatriated workers.
For a while, the country seemed to be moving toward a more welcoming policy.
In recent years, there has been some optimism about the expat economy.
But expats have struggled with the economy’s downturn, and as the economy continues to shrink, expats may find themselves with less work to do.
This article originally appeared on New York magazine.