Not growing up in a low trust society with a history of extreme violence. Even in the wealthy areas of Bogota, people have to take precautions that they wouldn't have to in developed countries. It sounds like you're very bitter about life in the US, yes it can suck but you're focusing too much on the bad aspects, in my experience, guys who are as negative as you usually have some issues and are a bit "off", I've met a few over the years.Can you enumerate the ways your daughter would be helped by the USA? I really don't get it. You want her to focus on her career? You want her to learn English without an accent? I'm really struggling to understand a single thing a child would gain by being raised in the USA other than access to USA relatives/grandparents and the benefit of holding a US passport for travel purposes, which I would be very wary of gifting to my daughter.
There's a very tiny argument to be made for raising a son in the US.... but a daughter? Sorry I just don't see it. Post some specifics so we can discuss them.