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bankruptcy is a crime and his father does not want to servr a jail term so they migrate to the united state and settled in queens New York.

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In her country South Korean, bankruptcy is a crime and his father doesn't want to serve a jail term so they migrate to the United States and settled in queens New York.
asked Apr 17 at 15:33 Salieu jalloh New member

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South Korea is the country, and a South Korean is a person from that country.  People either emigrate FROM a country or immigrate TO another country. 'Migrate' has a different meaning.  You write 'her country' but then write 'his father'.  These should both refer to the same gender.  'Queens' should be capitalized and followed by a comma. I broke the sentences up in a different place than Sanjay.

I don't think all bankruptcies are crimes in South Korea, but I'll not address that.

 

In her country of South Korea, bankruptcy is a crime.  Her father didn't want to serve a jail term, so they immigrated to the United States and settled in Queens, New York.

link comment answered Apr 17 at 16:15 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow
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In her country, South Korean, bankruptcy is a crime, and his father did not want to serve a jail term. So they immigrated to the United States and settled in Queens New York. I have changed the tense to sound better. 

link comment edited Apr 17 at 16:23 Sanjay Contributor

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