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III. Relocation and visa lotteries, where few lucky individuals win visa opportunities to live, work and study in the United States over a given contract year. IV. Medical care, where patients may seek further specialized treatments in the states. V. Holiday and vacations, especially during summer and winter snow seasons. However, most visitors get puzzled up by personal motivational conflicts while planning to visit the United States. This can make the visitors not be in a position to choose where to attend due to different issues, hence result towards not visiting. To assist foreign visitors to settle on destinations to visit. The tourism department and ministry in the United States can offer guidelines to preference areas of a visit to visitors. Doing so will assist them to have plans and budget for destinations that are cost-effective and in preference of their freedom of choice. (N., & Lee, J. A. 2017). Conclusion It’s therefore essential to enhance an environment that is friendly to promote visitors, and have laws and regulations to govern, secure and promote tourism within the United States of America. However, the government have an obligation to ensure that visitors feel welcome, and the ministry of tourism should promote incentives towards having more visitors coming into the country. In conclusion, the United States has a lot of tourist destination site that the world doesn’t know about. Its high chance tourism is promoted at foreign countries on these beautiful places so as to prompt people to visit.
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