Top 10 Places to Live

If you are considering becoming an investment immigrant, you may have already began to think about where you might want to live. The U.S. is a very large and diverse place that can accommodate a variety of lifestyle needs, as well as give you and your family a comfortable and exciting place to call home. Today, on our blog we are going to shift our focus from investment immigration itself and talk about what happens after; where you should live and which cities most immigrants have found most comfortable for their transition to the U.S.

Austin, Texas

If you speak to any younger American, you will probably hear an overflowing positive review of Austin. Austin offers those who live their much, making it easy to integrate into their population of around 150,000 people, easy. The Hispanic community makes up most of the immigrant community in Austin, which also makes up a large percentage of the population overall. Austin offers considerable and constant efforts to include newcomers to their city and to overcome the language barrier. In Austin, you will find welcoming and open-minded citizens who will be excited about learning more about you, your family and culture, and showing you what makes Austin, Texas one of the top places to live in America.  

Seattle, Washington

Seattle is a beautiful, green place to live and a top choice to live if you are looking for consistent rainy weather. Seattle is made up up over 100,000 immigrants which makes up around 17 percent of the city’s population. Most who have emigrated to Seattle include those from Asia, but European, Latin American, and African immigrants also call Seattle home. In Seattle, you will find many cultural opportunities and a city that offers much to it’s current and new citizens alike. Also, many local police departments make an effort to discuss means to properly address the problems of marginal minority communities.

New York City

Of all of the American cities, New York City is probably one of the ones that you have heard about the most. New York City is one of the most diverse cities in the U.S. and one of the largest. Over 3 million or 37 percent of the current population have immigrated to NYC. When you move to NYC you will likely find a community that shares similar heritage and values while also having the opportunity to learn more about other immigrants’ cultures and the American culture as a whole. NYC is the hub for many large industries including entertainment and  fashion and is a cultural center that influences much of the rest of the country. Additionally, NYC is another U.S. city that makes considerable strides to close the gap between the government and immigrant communities so they can more fully accommodate these communities’ needs.

Stay tuned to learn more about some of the top cities to immigrate to and to learn more about our immigrant investor program. American Venture Solutions is pleased to offer quality and successful EB-5 investment opportunities to foreign investors.

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