“only because” doesn’t exist in Buddhist language. That’s “only because” they were born there. That’s “only because” they have this. That’s “only because” they have that. This is never true. It is considered that the entity arises with those things (dharmas) and they come from the individual’s awareness (where the individual is at) ‘they (dharmas) arise there because’ and not the other way around.
The person does not arise there because of the dharmas (things). The dharmas (things, including people) arise there because of the person.