>Well they may come here because we have better schools (at least on college level) and I think they get great deals- maybe even free scholarships as part of ethic diversity programs.<
It is my understanding that the wealthier countries in the middle east, Kuwait for example, pay the expenses of students. I don't know whether Saudi Arabia does that, though the government there pays for students to go to religious schools inside Saudi Arabia and that is where many future terrorists are indoctrinated to be radical.
>I do resent the fact that everywhere I go now I have to wade through 2 or 3 languages to find english on signs and products. If I was moving to a foreign country I would make it my job to learn their language. I wouldn't expect them to change their ways to accommodate me. <
I can understand that some people might not want to forget everything about the place their ancestors came from, but I think that when one wants the adoptive country to adapt to them, that is going too far. We could end up with the same problems that some Canadian provinces have had, Quebec for example. I don't think public services (like driver license exams) should be provided in languages other than English. Having foreign language materials does not give people an incentive to learn the English and they might think it is not necessary to do so.