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For Many Migrants, No Land Is Sweeter Than Home

RAFIQUL ISLAM SARKER—Most migrants to Europe, Australia and the United States from Rangpur in northern Bangladesh leave home at a young age and return when they have just passed middle age. Intensely connected and immersed in family bonds and Bangladeshi cultural values, they tend to return to their birthplace despite obtaining citizenship from a second country. For them, going to these far flung places is about working hard to save money. And in the end, they want to come back home. Many are now well off and have enough fundsRead More