Fox News – Chicago migrants are beginning to move back to Venezuela as the city runs out of resources to house and support illegal immigrants.
The Chicago Tribune reported on the account of Michael Castejon, who migrated with his wife and stepdaughter from Venezuela to find a better life. However, after several months, the family suffered from homelessness, a lack of job opportunities and no access to better education. By early November, they had requested tickets back to their home country.
“The American Dream doesn’t exist anymore,” Castejon said. “There’s nothing here for us.”
The report suggested that Castejon was not the only migrant who felt that way. As the city grows colder, many are requesting tickets to other cities or even other countries to avoid sleeping on the streets during the winter.
“How many more months of living in the streets will it take? No, no more. It’s better that I leave. At least I have my mother back home,” Castejon said … READ MORE.
“We didn’t know things would be this hard. I thought the process was faster.”