It has been 6 months since my last post. The boys' mother who kidnapped them to Singapore went for her first Deportation hearing in January and then another one in March. Her next is on August 23, 2013. I am asking everyone who can to write the Attorney General, Deputy Attorney General or the Immigration Judge to NOT
[correction requested by Andrew] allow the mother to apply for a waiver or cancellation of removal. Template attached below. Judge is Tara Naslow-Nahas, 606 S. Olive Street, 17th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90014.
We have immigration laws but need to enforce them rather than finding loopholes for kidnappers to go through.
I saw a Press Release from Senator Barbara Boxer condeming international child abduction. This is really funny. She had to be shamed into looking into my case around October 2010. She help for a few months during her re-election campaign and then disappeared. I guess the Senate Resolution gives her the publicity she needs but she does not even help her own constituents. I wrote her office for help on Feb25, 2013 and have yet to receive a response. Politicians are shameless.
[font=]May 6, 2013[/font]Mr. James Cole OR Mr. Eric HolderDeputy Attorney General Attorney GeneralDepartment of Justice950 Pennsylvania Avenue NWWashington D.C. 20530-001
[font=]Re: [/font]Immigration and Nationality Act Waiver and Cancellation of Removal for
[font=] [/font]Yuxin Mei WANG (A055170469)
[font=]Dear Mr. Cole OR Mr. Holder:[/font]
[font=]Minors Christopher Ko and William Ko were kidnapped to Singapore by Yuxin Mei Wang on August 30, 2009. [/font]
[font=]Wang was wanted by the FBI and Interpol on multiple warrants. [/font]The father of the children Andrew Ko endured an 18-month legal process in Singapore and was successful in bringing his children home to the United States on March 15, 2011.
[font=]Wang returned to the United States on May 30, 2011 and was arrested, prosecuted and sentenced for Felony kidnapping by the Los Angeles County District Attorney Child Abduction Unit.[/font]
[font=]In July 2012, Wang was served a “Notice to Appear” by agents of DHS ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations and charged with “Document Fraud” in relation to her US Permanent Residency visa application. [/font]Wang was not divorced when she married Ko and concealed this fact when applying for her immigration visa. Wang had her 2nd
immigration hearing on March 13, 2012 in front of Immigration Judge Tara Naslow-Nahas in Los Angeles. Wang’s next immigration hearing is on August 23, 2013.
[font=]I am writing to ask that the Attorney General not
exercise his discretion and grant Wang an Immigration and Nationality Act Fraud Waiver. [/font]Wang does not deserve a waiver or cancellation of removal because:
1) She was convicted of felony kidnapping for which she was eligible for a sentence of more than 3 years. She was sentenced to 180 days incarceration and 5 years felony probation, was fined, and was ordered to pay victim restitution.
2) She knowingly committed bigamy in her marriage to Ko. Both bigamy and Kidnapping are classified as “Crimes of Moral Turpitude” by the U.S. State Department (Foreign Affairs Manual Volume 9 FAM 40.21(a) N2.3-3 Moral Turpitude).
3) There is no “exceptional and extremely unusual hardship” on her teenage U.S. citizen children because she does not have any legal or physical custody of them; and she is only granted Supervised Visitation for 4-6 hours on three days a month. She does not provide any financial, emotional, or physical care for the children.
4) She does not have residence of long duration in this country. Wang departed the U.S. on August 30, 2009 and returned on May 30, 2011. According to Consular Officer Rachel Sunden at the Singapore U.S. Embassy, Wang’s green card had expired because she stayed out of the U.S. for more than 12 months. Wang was “paroled” into the US when she returned to Los Angeles on May 30, 2011.
5) Wang has no business or property ties to the U.S. Wang’s family is in her home country of Singapore with her son, her mother, six siblings, and nine nieces/nephews living there.
6) Wang did not file US Income Tax Returns for 2009, 2010 and 2011 when due.
7) Wang remains an abduction threat to her children according to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Wang continues an attitude of contempt and remains in violation of conditions of her felony probation by not obeying all orders of the Los Angeles County Family Court as ordered in her felony sentencing.
[font=]I implore the Attorney General not to exercise his discretion and deny Wang’s request for any waiver or cancellation of removal under the Immigration and Nationality Act at the August 23, 2013 immigration hearing.[/font]