If you are rich and your parents are rich, it is possible to be an immigrant kid from a rich family.
That’s because a family that was poor, and therefore had few assets, can still be wealthy.
And even when you have less money, the chances of getting into a wealthy family are significantly higher than if you are born in a poor family.
And if you’re a high-achieving kid from poor parents, the odds of being a rich one are much higher than the odds if you were born in an affluent family.
This is not because the parents are worse than the children; they may be richer than their kids.
It is because the children were more likely to be poor.
And that means that, if you go to a college with a rich admissions policy, you’ll likely be a better student than if your parents were rich.
In this article, I’m going to explain how the rich kids from poor families can make it.
The next time you have a family conversation, remind yourself that not everyone in that family is rich.
This story is part of The Next Wealth, a series of articles on the economic issues that matter to you.