They are extremely patriotic people, and I must say the Venezuelans I've met abroad in Latin America don't seem particularly grateful for the countries that have taken them in.
Even considering terrible state their country is in, many still manage to find a million ways to shit talk the countries that have generously accepted them.
When you come across young Venezuelan immigrants in other Latin countries, chances are they did not come with their entire families (too expensive).
Usually, they would have gathered only enough money to send their son(s)/daughter(s) abroad with the idea that they would send some money back home to help out.
And since locals are more reluctant to hire them, many will turn to crime.
It doesn't help that they are all obnoxious decked-out in Venezuelan hats, shirts, pants etc.
***UPDATE: Peru has decided to grant work visas to Venezuelans that arrive in the country.
There are many more of them now, you can find them all over the city.
All the Venezuelans I have met have all been extremely proud of their heritage.
Expressiveness is another trait I've noticed to be common among the women of this country.
Unsurprisingly, Venezuelans abroad in South America aren't flush with cash.