How were the Vietnamese refugees treated?

What difficulties did Vietnamese immigrants experience when coming to America?

Disrupted family patterns, as a consequence of uprooting and resettlement rather than divorce, became a problem for many Vietnamese arriving in the United States. Between exile from Vietnam and entry into American society, many Vietnamese refugees stayed in refugee camps.

Is Vietnam still communist?

Government of Vietnam

The Socialist Republic of Vietnam is a one-party state. A new state constitution was approved in April 1992, replacing the 1975 version. The central role of the Communist Party was reasserted in all organs of government, politics and society.

What happened to Vietnamese boat people?

Boat people, refugees fleeing by boat. The term originally referred to the thousands of Vietnamese who fled their country by sea following the collapse of the South Vietnamese government in 1975. Crowded into small vessels, they were prey to pirates, and many suffered dehydration, starvation, and death by drowning.

Why did many Vietnamese flee as the Communists took control of Vietnam?

Why did many Vietnamese flee as the communists took control of Vietnam? They feared their lives would be in danger under the new government. Vietnamese experienced poor living conditions in refugee camps.

What jobs did Vietnamese immigrants have?

Over one-quarter of employed Vietnamese immigrant men worked in manufacturing, installation, and repair occupations. More than one-third of employed Vietnamese immigrant women worked in services. Three in 10 Vietnamese immigrants lived in poverty in 2008, lower than among the foreign born overall.

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Why did so many Vietnamese leave Vietnam after the war?

Political oppression, poverty, and continued war were the main reasons Vietnamese fled their country. The desire to leave was especially great for Vietnamese who had fought for the South, worked with the United States, or held positions in the South Vietnamese government.

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