No he planed to go after America after that.
They probably didn't. Most families were wiped out and killed. ___ The Red Cross helped people to find out what had happened to other members of their familes.
Starved, tortured, raped, used as test subjects for medical procedures and medicines by companies like Bayer, forced to work in unbearable conditions, and finally executed by various means, from gas chambers to firing squads.
Well they were forced from their homes/apartments (which were usually in ghettos) and either shoved into cattle cars to go to concentration camps, or killed on spot by either being shot or beat to death.
Then in concentration camps they would starve them and work them to death. Or they would shoot them, send them into gas chambers(which they would fill with carbon monoxide to kill them), or send them to a crematory to burn them.
If you were forced into labor most would die of malnutrition or disease, also once you were there, you had no name, you were tattoo'd a number on your arm and that was your 'name'.
Nazi or S.S. would give them little water or food which would usually be contaminated and give them typhoid fever where they would let them suffer and die or send them back to their ghettos to spread the disease(s).
They also made them stack the dead bodies onto the back of (at least) 4 large trucks where they would sit on the back with the dead bodies until they got to where they would stack them but usually the truck would come to an abrupt halt and make the bodies fall on them, crushing them or suffocating them.
They found that they starved them so much that the average man, fully grown and all, to live from a concentration camp was about 88 pounds.
They were usually hiding from the Nazi's in abandoned buildings, as for the unlucky Jews, they were living in concentration camps.
Most of them were living in ghettos. Very few were in hiding. After all, hiding for a long time is difficult.
== == The St Louis sailed from Hamburg for Havanna on 13 May 1939 with 937 passangers on board. 907 of these were Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany. They all held what looked like valid entry visas (permits) issued by Cuba. Most of these visas were declared invalid by the Cuban authorities, and only 28 passengers were allowed to land. (There was a blazing row within the Cuban government as the Director of Immigration had been lining his own pocket with money he charged for entry). (Most of the refugees were hoping to spend 2-4 years in Cuba, and then go to the US when able to enter legally). There were repeated appeals to President Roosevelt and various other governments to accept the unfortunate passengers. In the end, Britain accepted 288, and France, Belgium and the Netherlands took in the rest. Those accepted by these last three countries came under Nazi control 12 months later ... Note. The assumption in the Wikipedia article that the whole saga was was deliberately masterminded by the German government is at odds with practically all other souces.