Everywhere in the world, lifestyles, food habits, standards, and life’s ideals vary from person to person. When someone decides to immigrate, they must measure all aspects of life; consider living conditions in another country, cultural, political, and religious differences, and all financial, emotional, and other financial costs. With a view of the decision to emigrate. In following will talk about living conditions in Los Angeles. An immigrant city inhabited by countless Iranians.
Los Angeles is famous for its suitable weather in the world. It is said that the weather in this city is very similar to the northern region of Iran, with the difference that you will not see the northern humid weather in Los Angeles. Coastal cities usually have good weather throughout the year, and the winters are a little cold and windy. Simultaneously, internal areas such as the San Fernando Valley may be quite cold throughout the winter and quite hot during the summer. During most of the year, the weather will give you the least concern. Perhaps one of the reasons for attracting this Iranian migrant is its favorable climate. Because the BBC says, there are between 350,000 and 800,000 Iranian residents in Los Angeles.
The presence of Iranians in Los Angeles is more than any other city in the Westwood area, which can be seen from many Iranian shops and restaurants and labyrinths in the neighborhood. According to Iranian realtors in Los Angeles, Westwood is one of Los Angeles’s most expensive neighborhoods and is not far from Los Angeles, with Hollywood and Beverly Hills, where cinema stars and wealthy people live.
Iranians living in Los Angeles and wealthy Iranians often live in the area, and many other Iranian people are dispersed in other city districts. While Iranian immigrants are generally less interested in gathering in a single neighborhood and living as a minority community, Los Angeles seems to be the only city in the world where Iranians have gathered together and formed a neighborhood. An interesting point in Los Angeles is that you can live a lifetime in this city and spend all your life without speaking English.
The grocery store, hairdresser, cheerleading to plumbers, surgeons, psychologists, and waiters, is available in Iranian form. It also has news from radio and television and the Iranian newspaper.
All kinds of political parties and groups, mosques and churches, and everything else necessary for social life is Iranian. Indeed, it is possible to consider the Iranian community of Los Angeles as a country within another country.