By Laura Miller
Ronan and Patrick Dooley are brothers. In 1921 they leave their family in Ireland to start a new life and a better future in New York City in America.
Between 1892 and 1924 12 million immigrants arrived in New York. They were usually poor but believed in 'The American Dream' – if you work hard you can get a good job a nice home and money.
Today New York is still a place of hope for new immigrants – just like Ronan and Patrick.