59.(p. 269)Lena's extended family lives in Lebanon. She moved to the United States with her husband and two children about five years ago, though she holds dual United States and Lebanese citizenship. She hopes that many of her family members, including her parents, will eventually be able to move to the United States to join her and her family. In the meantime, she is able to Skype as often as she likes, chat with them on Facebook, and communicate through email. Why would Lena be considered a transnational migrant?
Croteau - Chapter 10 #59Level: ModerateTopic: Diversity TodayType: Application60.(p. 270)When transnational migrants send money to their relatives living in their homeland this is known as
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