Effects Of Moving To America

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When I was 5 I moved to a beautiful country named The United States of America. The effects of me and my family moving to America is, My eyes would get red constantly because of pollution. Whenever I went to the doctor's they told me I would be blind if I stayed here any longer. So the doctors told my parents to take me to America. Another reason why I moved to America was because it was not safe to live there. Every night there used to be robbers outside my neighborhood or any other neighborhood and sometimes they used to kidnap children. My parents thought that it would not be safe to live in Nepal anymore. The last final decision that made us move to America was my dad won the DV lottery. He had been filling the lottery ever since 1998

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