Resurgence of Farmers Markets Fueled by Immigrants in the USA

St. Paul Farmers Market is one place immigrants are making a huge impact in the U.S. economy. Refugee and immigrant families from all around the globe, who now live in the U.S., bring their items to sell at the market. Jim Golden, the director of the St. Paul Growers Association, said it feels like family with all of the growers and the customers. He said you see people over years and years, and it works. There are many opportunities available for you and your family in the U.S. USAFIS will help you apply correctly for the Green Card Lottery.

One seller, Mike Gerten, brings produce from his vegetable farm and sells it at the market. His ancestors began selling at the downtown St. Paul market when it started over 150 years ago. He is the fourth generation and was born into the truck gardening business. His family immigrated to the U.S. from Germany and Denmark. Families from Thailand, Laos, Somalia, India, Nepal, and other places around the world sell at the market. USAFIS will make sure you apply for the necessary visa to live and work in the U.S. Contact them today.