There are YMCA’s everywhere, with good pools, swimming and diving classes, and many other sports and cultural activities, most in small, friendly discussion groups. If there are children, the schools, with their extensive extra-curricular activities and sports at all levels, with very strong parent participation, are always the best socializing and integrating force. They need parents to coach and advise, or to cheer for the school teams. Local libraries have full schedules of art classes, book clubs, yoga sessions and political discussion groups. Neighboring community colleges have open enrollment for thousands of courses, for credit or not, that offer easy friendships.
Shopping is the most popular American activity. WSGA will guide the investor family to local Asian groceries for fresh baby bok choy, dried black fungus or frozen dumplings; farmers markets, home renovations super-stores and supermarkets are everywhere. Luxury and mass-market retailers, from Apple to Chanel to the Gap are in shopping centers everywhere. The WSGA promise is easy, personalized family integration.
WHAT CAN I DO IN THE U.S. IF I WANT TO BE IN BUSINESS?
Business formation is generally under state jurisdiction. Each state has slightly different rules. But they are all relatively simple.