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Strunk's DOS and DHS FOIA Responses DCD 08-Cv-2234 and Ken Allen's DOS and DHS Responses AZDC 09 Cv 373

Strunk's DOS and DHS FOIA Responses DCD 08-Cv-2234 and Ken Allen's DOS and DHS Responses AZDC 09 Cv 373

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Declarant Strunk is in opposition to a summary judgment filed by the DOJ in my case Strunk v DOS et al. DCD 08-cv-2234 seeks further disclosure in regards to DOS spoliation of documents in regards to my request under FOIA the passport and related records of Stanley Ann Dunham et al.. I have been awaiting these records and more since October 2008 when I first filed a FOIA request related to my active case in New York Supreme Court where the records will be used when the disposition of the Summary Judgment is complete; Hopefully, I will receive the additional records that exist from 1960 onward too. Clearly when the DOS release is combined with the US Customs and Immigration service release to Ken Allen amounting to about 90 pages shows that Lolo Soetoro and Ann Soetoro were having difficulties that would only explain the removal of BHO from her passport in 1968 especially since the Indonesian Government in Soetoro's words, any American, was in jeopardy there in Indonesia due to the “anti-American feelings" is shown at page 103 of http://www.scribd.com/doc/35245956/Strunk-s-DOS-and-DHS-FOIA-Responses-DCD-08-Cv-2234-and-Ken-Allen-s-DOS-and-DHS-Responses-AZDC-09-Cv-373 attached to the U.S. Government memo of January 12, 1966 with pages marked 000077 through 000080 therein at page 000078 regarding Lolo Soetoro’s request for a INA section 212(e) waiver and two year extension for his stay in the USA with Ann Soetoro, (that according to the US Government document of August 6, 1968 all three returned to Indonesia on July 20, 1966); Soetoro states:

“Most importantly, anti-American feeling has reached a feverish pitch under the direction of the Indonesian communist party, and I have been advised by both family and friends in Indonesia that it would be dangerous to endeavor to return with my wife at the present time. Of secondary importance is the fact that my wife does not yet speak Indonesian, Not only would she be forced to cut short her college education, but she would be left in a position of isolation in the community,”

It appears from the cross comparison on both the Customs and DOS FOIA released documents that on October 20, 1071 Stanley Ann Dunham Soetoro (SADS) and BHO (a.k.a Saebarkah Soetoro) together boarded Pan Am Airlines Flight 812 unaccompanied by Lolo M. Soetoro in Djakarta Indonesia and arrived in Honolulu Hawaii on October 21, 1971 and sought entry into the USA on an expired Passport issued July 19, 1965 according to the DS 1423 Form for REQUEST BY UNITED STATES NATIONAL FOR AND REPORT OF EXCEPTION TO SECTION 53.1, TITLE 22 OF THE CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS with use of the expired Passport of July 19, 1965 shown as page 6 of http://www.scribd.com/doc/35245956/Strunk-s-DOS-and-DHS-FOIA-Responses-DCD-08-Cv-2234-and-Ken-Allen-s-DOS-and-DHS-Responses-AZDC-09-Cv-373.

It is important to discover whether or not based upon SADS' August 13, 1968 Passport Renewal Application to DOS shown as page 3 and 4 of http://www.scribd.com/doc/35245956/Strunk-s-DOS-and-DHS-FOIA-Responses-DCD-08-Cv-2234-and-Ken-Allen-s-DOS-and-DHS-Responses-AZDC-09-Cv-373 SADS excluded Saebarkah Soetoro (BHO)from her Passport of July 19, 1965; and therefore, left no way for BHO who is presumed to also have the right to an Indonesian Passport under Lolo Soetoro to reenter the USA with SADS except by use of the expired July 19 1965 passport.
That Declarant among other items of interest in the analysis presented by Dr Corsi in his Worldnet Daily Article (WND) takes issue with the insinuation that the 1965 edition of SADS’ passport was only good for 3 years when in fact it was to expire July 18, 1970 according to the actual reference by the US Government shown in the upper right corner of the application located at page 3; however in August 13 1968 SADS made an early application to renew the 1965 to remove BHO (a.k.a. “Saebarkah” Soetoro) from her own passport. More to follow...
Declarant Strunk is in opposition to a summary judgment filed by the DOJ in my case Strunk v DOS et al. DCD 08-cv-2234 seeks further disclosure in regards to DOS spoliation of documents in regards to my request under FOIA the passport and related records of Stanley Ann Dunham et al.. I have been awaiting these records and more since October 2008 when I first filed a FOIA request related to my active case in New York Supreme Court where the records will be used when the disposition of the Summary Judgment is complete; Hopefully, I will receive the additional records that exist from 1960 onward too. Clearly when the DOS release is combined with the US Customs and Immigration service release to Ken Allen amounting to about 90 pages shows that Lolo Soetoro and Ann Soetoro were having difficulties that would only explain the removal of BHO from her passport in 1968 especially since the Indonesian Government in Soetoro's words, any American, was in jeopardy there in Indonesia due to the “anti-American feelings" is shown at page 103 of http://www.scribd.com/doc/35245956/Strunk-s-DOS-and-DHS-FOIA-Responses-DCD-08-Cv-2234-and-Ken-Allen-s-DOS-and-DHS-Responses-AZDC-09-Cv-373 attached to the U.S. Government memo of January 12, 1966 with pages marked 000077 through 000080 therein at page 000078 regarding Lolo Soetoro’s request for a INA section 212(e) waiver and two year extension for his stay in the USA with Ann Soetoro, (that according to the US Government document of August 6, 1968 all three returned to Indonesia on July 20, 1966); Soetoro states:

“Most importantly, anti-American feeling has reached a feverish pitch under the direction of the Indonesian communist party, and I have been advised by both family and friends in Indonesia that it would be dangerous to endeavor to return with my wife at the present time. Of secondary importance is the fact that my wife does not yet speak Indonesian, Not only would she be forced to cut short her college education, but she would be left in a position of isolation in the community,”

It appears from the cross comparison on both the Customs and DOS FOIA released documents that on October 20, 1071 Stanley Ann Dunham Soetoro (SADS) and BHO (a.k.a Saebarkah Soetoro) together boarded Pan Am Airlines Flight 812 unaccompanied by Lolo M. Soetoro in Djakarta Indonesia and arrived in Honolulu Hawaii on October 21, 1971 and sought entry into the USA on an expired Passport issued July 19, 1965 according to the DS 1423 Form for REQUEST BY UNITED STATES NATIONAL FOR AND REPORT OF EXCEPTION TO SECTION 53.1, TITLE 22 OF THE CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS with use of the expired Passport of July 19, 1965 shown as page 6 of http://www.scribd.com/doc/35245956/Strunk-s-DOS-and-DHS-FOIA-Responses-DCD-08-Cv-2234-and-Ken-Allen-s-DOS-and-DHS-Responses-AZDC-09-Cv-373.

It is important to discover whether or not based upon SADS' August 13, 1968 Passport Renewal Application to DOS shown as page 3 and 4 of http://www.scribd.com/doc/35245956/Strunk-s-DOS-and-DHS-FOIA-Responses-DCD-08-Cv-2234-and-Ken-Allen-s-DOS-and-DHS-Responses-AZDC-09-Cv-373 SADS excluded Saebarkah Soetoro (BHO)from her Passport of July 19, 1965; and therefore, left no way for BHO who is presumed to also have the right to an Indonesian Passport under Lolo Soetoro to reenter the USA with SADS except by use of the expired July 19 1965 passport.
That Declarant among other items of interest in the analysis presented by Dr Corsi in his Worldnet Daily Article (WND) takes issue with the insinuation that the 1965 edition of SADS’ passport was only good for 3 years when in fact it was to expire July 18, 1970 according to the actual reference by the US Government shown in the upper right corner of the application located at page 3; however in August 13 1968 SADS made an early application to renew the 1965 to remove BHO (a.k.a. “Saebarkah” Soetoro) from her own passport. More to follow...

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T& Information snlieln?d an this f d m is authorized by but n o t limited to, tho= statutes codified In T i t l m 8, 18, and 2% 4JnimdSt.TosCodq m d *I1 pmdecmsor rt;lu.ttes wketker or n o t codified, and s)t re&lation$ issued pursuant to Ewmcutiue D r h r 11295 of August 5, 1966. The p r l m put'PUM for ~ ~ .ollciting the information Is t o esrablish citizenshipr Identiq and e n t i t l m e m to Issuance 8+ a Unlwd States P m p o n or raja& ftsllity, and t o prupetly admlnisrer and enforce tha E m s psrtaining rherato. The i n f o m a t i a n ismade available as a routine urn on a need-*know ba~ke p s r s ~ n n eof the C h p a r t m e n t of S m and ethw gwwnmmnt agenele~ t l hwlng statutory o r other lewful authoriw t o maintain mch information i n t h e perfmmanfa af their officlal dutias; purarantm ambpoenr 8 r court ardor; and, ~s sat forth i n Parr 6 4 Titye 22, Code of Federal Regukitions {Sea Federal Register Volume do, pages 45755, 45156, 47419 and 67420).
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Mr. Kenneth Allen 10055 E. Gray Hawk Drive Tucson, AZ 85730 Dear Mr. Allen: We have completed the review of all documents responsive to your Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request of March 1, 2009, for records concerning individuals you have identified as “Stanley Ann Obama, aka Stanley Ann Dunham, aka Stanley Ann Soetoro” and “Lolo Soetoro.” We have identified 111 pages of documents responsive to your request. Enclosed are 83 pages which are released to you in their entirety, and six pages released in part. We are withholding seven pages in full. In our review of the aforementioned documents, we have determined that the redacted portions contain no reasonable segregable, non-exempt information. We have referred 16 pages to the U.S. Department of State for their direct response to you. All responsive information known to exist is hereby released to you with the exception of those portions that are exempt from disclosure pursuant to FOIA exemptions (b)(3) (as applied in conjunction with subsection 6103(a) of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC)) and (b)(6). See 5 U.S.C. §§ 552(b)((3) and -(b)(6); IRC § 6103(a). The following exemptions are applicable: Freedom of Information Act, 5 U.S.C. § 552(b)(3) in conjunction with IRC § 6103(a) Exemption (b)(3) provides protection for information specifically exempted from disclosure by statute, provided that such statute requires that the matters be withheld from the public in such a manner as to leave no discretion on the issue, or establishes particular criteria for withholding or refers to particular types of matter to be withheld. Exemption (b)(3) is being asserted in conjunction with subsection 6103(a) of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC § 6103(a)). Subsection 6103(a) of the Internal Revenue Code states, generally, that no officer or employee of the United States shall disclose any “return” or “return information” (as those terms are defined by subsections 6103(b)(1) and –(2)(A), respectively) obtained by him in any manner in connection with his service as such an officer or employee or otherwise or under the provisions of section 6103, except as authorized by the Internal Revenue Code. Subsection 6103(a) leaves the deciding agency official no alternative or discretion on the issue. FOIA exemption (b)(3) is being asserted in conjunction with IRC § 6103(a) to protect certain returns and return information found in a record responsive to your FOIA request. After meticulous analysis and careful consideration, none of the exceptions to this strict statutory prohibition against disclosure was found to be applicable to your request. Accordingly, the USCIS has no discretion on the issue, and must deny your request for access to the same.

Page 2 – Freedom of Information Act Request of Kenneth Allen Freedom of Information Act 5 U.S.C. § 552 (b)(6) Exemption (b)(6) permits the government to withhold all information about individuals in personnel, medical and similar files where the disclosure of such information would constitute a clearly unwarranted invasion of personal privacy. Records responsive to your request were located in a Privacy Act protected system of records referred to as the Alien File/Central Index System (A-file/CIS – DHS/CIS 001).” See 72 Fed. Reg. 1755 (Tuesday January 16, 2007). This system of records contains information regarding aliens who have sought benefits under the immigration and nationality laws of this country; these records are collectively referred to as alien registration files or “A-files.” A-files are universally recognized as being similar in character to personnel and medical records (inasmuch as they contain some of the most sensitive and intimate details associated with aliens who have sought benefits under U.S. immigration laws) and, thus, are entitled to the protection from disclosure afforded under FOIA exemption (b)(6). In deciding the disclosure disposition of those documents containing personal details lifted from the lives of private individuals, the documents were closely scrutinized in an effort to identify any public benefit to be gained from their disclosure. It was ultimately determined that no discernable public gain would be achieved from the disclosure of the information subject to this review. On the other hand, the potential private harm that could be suffered as a result of the release of this information was found not only to be tangible, but also significant and reasonably probable. In the case of these documents, the potential private harm stemming from their release was determined to clearly outweigh the total absence of any public benefit to be gained from such disclosure. Consistent with this analysis, it has been concluded that the release of the subject information would constitute a clearly unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of the individual(s) to whom it pertains. The USCIS, therefore, must deny your request for access to this information under the authority of FOIA exemption (b)(6). The enclosed record consists of the best reproducible copies available.

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Dear Mr. O'Shea, ms I Informed you by telephone, the hmericpn Embassy i s refusing my husband an extension of reentry permit on the grounds T h i s erroneous inforthat he f.lled a 1973 .non-resldent tax return. matltiri I based on 8 .letter sent by your olfloe (Item I enclosed) s

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My husband, p r i o r to departing for DJctktirtc on business, :fl!ed a 1973 resident. tax return. Enclosed is a copy of that return (Item 2). The lac1 ..that It i s a resident form is clearly stated at the top of the second page. In addition 1 have v.islted .the downtown tax office and had them verily that i t was a resident form. Non-fiesldent lorrns have a special N.R. initial In the upper left-hand corner. Lastly I have enclosed copies of my husbands 1973 wage and tnx statement, should you need them.

I f you could clear up thls mlstake as soon as possible by nqtifying the U.S. Cm.bussy In DJakarta il :@o~$d be greatly appreclalad. My If you have made a husband hopes to return lo Honoluli next month. decision on the matter I would also -pprec.iate a call from you o r your secretary. Y0.u oan reach me d t home el 941-9958. Thank you .so much for your t~ouble.
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wifh favorable 'recommendation.

a b j e c t f i l e i s returned. me Centxe office on october 6 , 1967 malled your letter on this case t o Bparbent of State

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PIemnraadum to f i l e A '4 '28 9 4 Sept. '4, 96'7 Pursuant ta inquiry frnm centre' office regarding the status of the applicantsl apouee.91 chiqd by a fnrmsr marriage. The person i n question irP a united etatee citizen by v,ptue of h i s birth in ~onn'u'u, Hawaii Aug.,4, '96'. H ie iving e with the a~plicantel s p u s e i n Hnno u u, Hawaii. H mdmxhcs e le considered the .app'icente atepchi'd, w i t h i n the meaning cb Sec. '0' (b) (' ) (B) of the act, by ve qf We marriage nf the app'icant t o c h i dat mother on March 5, 965

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Subject f i l e is returned making reference t o CO 2l2.43-C of January 5, 1967 requesting that your previously mepared l e t t e r of denial be brought up to date for reconsideration by the Central Office.

Your previous l e t t e r of denial submitted wilih your memorandum of December 13, 1966 should be revised accordingly.

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Subject f i l e has been reviewea by Che Central Office. Attached CO 212.43-c of Janutuy 5, 1967 by the Assistant Camiesioner, Acljudications indicates the view6 of the Central Office. We concur. €ubJect f i l e is returned for your further actiop a s indicated. P h e return f i l e with your cannnente aft;er: the requestea action has been taken.

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SOYIYIRO. Lo10 ILE NO, A U . 128 294 EXECUTEDAT Honolulu, Iiawaii :ATE NOV. 31, 1965 Before the following officer of the U S Lmmigration and Naturalization Service: .. hank R. Potter, Immigrant Inspector S.Ann Soetobo , acknowledge that the above-named officer 1, has identified himself to me as an officer of the United States Immigxation and Naturalization Service authorized by law to administer oaths and take testimony in connection with the enforcement of the Immigration and Nationality laws of the United States. Re has informed me that he desires to take m swam statement in the above matter pursuant to such authority. I am wilting to make y such a statement. He has told me that my statement must be made freely and voluntarily and may be used against m or any other person i n immigration and Naturalization Service proceedings. e

Being duly sworn, I make the following statement: true md c o r r e c t name is Stanley A n n Soetoro and I am Got 1cnpn.m by any other names except Stanley Ann Dunham. I am shovrn as Stanley A n n Dunham on the records of the University of Hawaii. I am a citizen of the United States by v i r t u e of m b i r t h i n Vlichita, Mabsas. I am y married t o k l o Soetoro. He was a student with m a t the University of Hawaii as e an exchange v i s i t o r .
H applied t o the U.S. Innigration & Naturalization Service f o r a waiver of the e two year residence reql~isementof the Inunigration and Nationality Act. The basis of t h i s anolication vas the h a r d s h i ~that his abaence would have caused me. Evidence

I am now l i v i n g with m parents i n the home which they r e n t here i n Honolulu y near the University. biy son by a former marriage l i v e s t h e r e with us.

A hardship i s defined under t h e 1.resent laws, I don't f e e l t h a t I would undergo any s exceptional hardship i f ny husband were t o depart from t h e United t o reside abroad as the reguzations require,
I have read the above statement and it i s a true and c o r r e c t s t a the best of m opinion. y
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SV:OHN TO AND SUBSCRI8ED BEFORE Mi3 THIS 30th DAY OF iVOMm, 1965

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I em submir;%ingthis statemen% o r expranation in t h e
knowledge t h a t , shotiid I f a l l t o get t h i two-year foreign would m u s e great hardresidence, requiremeni; waved, i%
s h i p on m wife and have a disasterous effect; on both our y

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Ann ~ o e t o r o ,i s a c i t i z e n of the Uniiied

States and has resided here ell her l!%fe, It i s preseniilg impossible f o r m wile t o return t o Indonesie with me. y The raasons a r e multiple. Financially, both of us h a m been students, %here i s no way I can acc.muiate t h e paasage. money (more than &00 f o r my: wif8. albne) + Within Indoaes5a i t s e l f , eoonomi'c c r i s i s is; so widespread a t t h e present time t h a t the salary of even a aollege graduate provides a srandard of Living bordering on povertyanti-American feel* Most ihrpoY?tantJ!y,

bas. reached a f e v e r i s h p i t c h under' the direction of the Indones2an UomunSek party, and I ham. been advised by: both f&y and i r i a n a s Sn Inaonesiu a t

it would tie dsngerous to enaeavor t o beturn w i t h my wife a t the present time. O f secondary imp0rtaXICe is: t h e fact
that m y ~ J l f edoes not yet speak Indonesian, Not o d y woad
community,

she be forced t o cut short her college eduoation, but she would be l e f t in a position of isoZation. i n t h e FaiUag a waver, tlien, m only a l t e r n a t i v e would be y t o leave my vtife on her own and return aZone to. Indonesia. wife bas. But t h f s too is f i11ed with d i f f i c a t f e s .

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had no work experience and, her education being stWC incomplete, she i s ill-prepared t o be self-supporting. Yet',

. . n e s $ a n ' g o ~ ~ n n m ~ tno 1ionger able; t o guarantee. the safety is
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nesia cannot be avoided much longer. bterpretation.

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grapher with a special background In mappbg and a i r photo
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islands and have detailed Amowledge of each of the major areas and t h e i r resources. Due t o m former compulsory' y association tf!Wr1.'i;heIIndonesfan army WMIe still a student,

it i e quite probable that I would be placed on the front
lines doing reconaissence work in Indanesiat's current campatgn against Malaysia and the Brftish forces. Asdde

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wZfels and my distasae for t h i s campaign,.my
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wSSe i s d l s t r a w t for my safety. and upset condition.

I have been able t o offer her have alleviated her nervous I have been advised by our doctor

that a proIonged separation under these circumstances woula endanger m wife's heath and mental: outlook. y

In the l i g h t of these considerattons, I ask you t o
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September 27, 1965

Mr. R. E m Soehardi, C u l t u r a l Conoul KDnsulat Republik Zndoneeis Sen P r e n c i ~ c o , Celifornfa?
Dear S i r : This S e t t e r i s t o SoLlof~my l e t t e r t o you of September f 7 , 1965, wbich I wrote i n response t o your inquiry of September 13 r e g a r d i n g k . Lolo Goetor k farmer East-Ueot Center grantee, employee o f t h e D i r e c t o r o f 'Eo graphy of t h e Zndoneoian Amy.
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t h a t he ltes c o m u n i c e t e d t h i s i n t e n t i o n t o t h e M i l i t a r y Attache o f t h e Embassy of Indonesin i n Washingcon, D.C. He otacee t h a t h i s w i f e fully i n t e n d s t o r e t u r n t o Xndonesia with him.

I I can provide you w i t h any a d d i t i o n a l i n f o r m a t i o n , plslaoe do n o t f h e s i t a t e t o write.
Reopectfully y o u r s ,

Robert A i t k e n , EvaLuation & Alumni Liaison Officer I n s t i t u t e 'for S t u d e n t Enterchenge c East-l?eeC. C e n t e r cc:
Dr. i b b c r t G. Zumwinlcle B f r . Robert I+ooster dImmi&$ration 61 N a t u r a l i o n t i o n Serv2ce Lolo Soetoro

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.Mr. Wooster has briefed m on h i s meeting with you today regarde e ing Mr. Soetorols v i s a status. He informs m t h a t you were advised of the grantee's academic background and of the current s i t u a t i o n with respect to h i s marriage and request to remain i n t h e United States f o r an indefinite period. Bs you know, we have received a cable from t h e Embassy of Indonesia requesting by o f f i c i a l order t h a t Lolo Soetoro, a c i v i l i a n employee of t h e Indonesian Amy inmediately terminate h i s studies and return to Djakarta, Indonesia.
M. Soetoro came t o the United S t a t e s in September, 1962 from r e Indonesia on a J-visa sponsored by the East-West Center. H came t o participate i n a program designed to insure prompt r e t u r n to his home country immediately upon the completion of the agreed program of s t u d i e s r a t the University of Eawaii. M. Soetoro's grant termination date was June 15. 1964. O June 19. 1964 a t the student's request he was given n permission by the I n s t i t u t e for Student Interchange t o remain i n t h e United States for p r a c t i c a l trainin8 with Park Associates of &ewaii u n t i l June 22, 1965. A t t h a t time he was advised t h a t the Center could not hold h i s return travel beyond t h e June 22, 1965 date. He was informed a l s o t h a t no further requests t o remain i n the united S t a t e s f o r p r a c t i c a l t r a i n i n g could be entertained. He was asked t o keep i n touch with t h e Center and t o take care o f necessary arrangements f o r return t r a v e l e a r l y i n June of t h i s , year. Since M. Soetoro did. not comply with these instructions, i t can only be assumed that t h i s was an intentional disregard of Bast-West Center advice. During March of t h i s year, Mr. Soetoro married s United States c i t i z e n who i s currently residing i n Hawaii.
W cannot, i n good conscience, extend Esst-West Center sponsore ship of his v i s a o r agree t o h i s r a i n i n g i n the United States. There i s an agreement i n p r i n c i p l e between the Center and t h e Government of z. Indonesia that every e f f o r t w i l l be made to return students a t t h e 5 completion of t h e i r grants.

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On Friday a9ternoon, July 2nd, Mr. Soetoro telephoned sad informed me that he had gotten h i e 3 visa extended by the Bonolulu tmmigretion and

m t u r a l i w t i w Service. Be informed m also that he had sotten married to e an b e t i c a n pitieen and t h s t hie wife w e oorr ill. He gave hie wLPe'e illneee ee the reason f o r hie visa extension requeet. I aeked Mr. Soetoro . t o come in t o eee me on %beeday, July 6. #t. Soetoro arrived a t 3:SO p.m. and gave m the fallaraing infomation: e
1. Addree~: 3326 Oahu Avenue, Bolralulu Telephone number: 986944

2 On o r a b u t June 4 someone a t WS made an o f f i c i a l entmeion .
on of hie 3 s i e a t o June 20, 1966. 'Zhere vee no s i ~ g e t u r e the card but a notetionB office HB61 379. M. Soetoro got thie r externion withmt eoy prior notification o r approval 9 the East-Weet Cmter. Acwrdiog t o him he getre the Ismigration officfml the follorving reeeont It wuld he e, eevare hrdehip on h i s wife i f he were ta, have eo return t o Indoneale tbi8 year. He wan atettied k March (ce~motrecall the exact date) oe rbie y m r t o an American citieen. Shortly a f t e r they were married h i e wtfe becema ill end i o still suffering Prom e etausah a i b e n t ubich my, aocordiug to her pbyeioiao, require ourgery. When I pressed Mr. Soetoro for more infonmtion regerdi- t h e maw of the physician, etc., he clafmed t b t he could not remember exactly.

3. H . Soetoro i e still employed by m i i - P a c i f i c Engineere r Sumayere, Xnc., 1649 Kapioleni BLvd., Boom 3, telephone no. 962-151. Be seatee that ehie --me w i l l continue u n t i l June of next year.
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abudmta s o I am Enmiliar with the p a r t i c u l a t a . I handed t h e student h i s copy of t h e memorandum and signed h i e chock out sheet (which i n now mieaing from the folder). I adviaed him t h a t t h e Center could not hold h i a r e t u r n t r a v e l l a t e r than June 22. 1 9 6 6 one year beyond the o f f i c i a l e x p i r a t i o n d a t e o f h i e grant. I tmpreeeed him with t h e importance of keeping i n touch with IS1 and asked him to come t o see me i n e a r l y June of t h i n year. Approximstely nix month8 l a t e r P. received a telephone c a l l from Mr. Soetoro explaining t h a t Park Associates had terminated h i s emplopent because of lack of work. Be informed me t h a t ha had gotten s Job with the Hawaii-Pacific Company. 1 advised him t o n o t i f y Iararig r a t i o n iasaedietely of t h i e change and % reminded him t h a t i t would be neceeacsry f o r hlm t o nee m e a r l y i n June. a Unfortuneeely, I did not follow-up with a l e t t e r . Thia advice waa given v e r b a l l y and t h e r e is nothing i n t h e 'folder t o aubeeantiato thin. 1 did not hear from Mr. Soetoro again u n t i l J u l y 2. X can only aoaumo t h a t t h i a wlaa an i n t e n t i o n a l dieregard o f my advice.
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M r . Soeforo informs me t h a t he has w r i t t e n a l e t t e r t o an Senator Pong r e q u e ~ t i n g i n d e f i n i t e extension of atany i n t h e United S t a t e a . Be has received ,a reply from Senator Poag and has p r a i a e d t o $upply m with a copy a s a w n a s e poaaibie. It took nome urging on my p a r t and P suspect t h a t be would have preferred not t o give'me a copy.
When I explained eo Mr. Soetoro that the East-Went Center a t i l l r e t a i n e d v i s a aponaorship and a u t h o r i t y and ehnt h i s r e t u r n t r a v e l option has expired, h e ahowed very Little concern. Each time P t r i e d t o diacuea ehie with him, he attemptad to,chanpo t h e aubJect and wadad m d i r e c t questioaa. y I can only assum thnt ha is not e n t i r e l y displeased about t h e e x p i r a t i o n o f h i s return t i c k e t . Nr. Soetoro is requesting East-Went Center t o mehe a a p e c t a l exception i n h i e c a m and t o hold h i e r e t u r n t r a v e l f o r smother year. o r u n t i l June 22, 1966. He i s a l s o reqoestlng psrmiaeion t o r-in i n the United S t a t e a f o r t h e asme period. I( g a t h e r t h a t he intends t o mnke every attempt t o remain i n d e f i n i t e l y with o r without East-Weat Center approval although h i s manner ehroughout our interview use p o l i t e and cordial.
Mr. Soetoro would Pike permission f r m us t o work weekends doing e r a n e l a t i o n for Mre. Witterreens ln M . I do not know i f he needa bur approval but apparently Mra. Wittermnu haa seked him t o g e t t h i s permieeion.

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I w u l d v e r y much appreciate your advice an t h e a p p r o p r i a t e atepa ehat should be taken regarding h i s eLatua. Alao it might be a good idea t o diacuae t h i e p r o b l m with someone a t INS. Pf a atudent can g e t an extenaioa of v i s a , apparently a8 e a a i l y a# Mr. Soetoro got h i a , t h i s weakensl our v i s a control conaiderebly and m y give grantees a way around us. Thank you v e r y much.

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Mr. & Pks. Lolo Soetoro

3325 Oahu Avenue

Honolulu, Hawaii Dear M. &Mrs. Soetoro: r

Please come to the office shown below at the time and place indicated i n connection with an official matter.

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REASON FOR APPOINTMENT

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T be interviewed o evidence of financial status

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BRING WT YOU IH

It is important rbst you.kaep chis appointmeat. I f you ere unable to do so, riolify rbis office at once, using the revers!! side of !his letter, and we will make another appointment for you. Bdng rbis letrer witb you.

Very truly yours,

DISTRICT DIRECTOR

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The l e t t e r from the doctor deals only in generalities. It does not indicate the wife has ever been under the doctor's care or that anp medical attention w i l l be necessary. The reasons s e t forth by the applicant do not constitute exceptional hardship for the United States citizen wife.

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Inspector

The applicant and his wife were interviewed on t h i s date. There was no new evidence presented t o substantiate the claim of hardship. It was revealed p that the wife's mother and father are a t present residing in Honolulu. U t o the time of the marriage, she was supported by her parents. She offered no reaeons why she could not mke her home with them again i n event her hueband was required t o depart the United States.

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Wil 29th, 1965

TO WHOM I T MAY OONCEW: Re: h7re.Stenl.e~ Ann D u h m Soetoro 8 . Stanley Ann Dunham Soetoro, an under graduate student a t t h e University of Hawaii is faoed w l t b a moat a i f f i o u l t problem--that of being s e p r a t e d from her hwbana Lolo Soetoro, an
InBoneeim whose visa t o the United S t a t e s expiEee i n June 1965. I n t e r n a l problem i n InBonesla make it alntost impoeelble t o go t h e r e even i f it were possible finanoially t o do so--and it i s not.
make it mandatory tht t h e oouple be separated f o r a very long perioa of time.

Other oomiderations would

Medloally, I f e e l that suoh a s e r a t i o n w u l d oause undue hardship an8 emot onal s t r a i n were it t o happen, and ahp help t o a l l e v i a t e t h e s i t u a t i o n would be of g r e a t eervioe t o her.

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I n accordance with t h e i n s t r u c t i o n s with t h e memo r e c e i v e d from a c t i n g DDD Fujiwara Flr, and fdrs Soetoro were r e interviewed on t h i s d a t e . The follo$ng information was obh~iined,
11. Mr. Soetero i s now employed a t Havwiii P a c i f i c Engineers and Surveyors, inc. 1649 Kqpiolani Blvd. S u i t e #3, Honolulu, Hawaii. His r a t e o f pay i s Wftr %+00 and h i s t a k e home pay f o r two weeks wighout overtime i s $133.03.
2. They have some outstanding b i l l s . A Dentist b i l l f o r M. Soetero f o r r $81.0. The d e n t i s t has a l s o t o l d him he would have t o have 4 wisdom t e e t h e x t r a c t e d , 0therv:ise he i s good physical. condition, They a l s o presented a telephone b i l l which showed one month i n a r r e a r s i n t h e mount of $18.84. Their r e n t amounts t o $65.00 per month which i s nominal f o r t h i s K E E area. They pay an e l e c t r i c b i l l of l e s s than $5.03 p e r month t o t h e i r land ihrond lord.

3. They own a 1963 Chevrolet Corvair a g a i n s t which t h e r e i s no l e i n . His uncle i n Indonesia gave him t h e c a r and he is paying money as he can. He has t o send t h e money with persons returning t o Indonesia from Honolulu b ~ c a u s e t o send money through t h e mail would bs t o a r i s l r y i n Indonesia,

5, A a d e t e m n t t o t h e i r f i n a n c i a l condition a f f e c t i n g h i s a b i l i t y t o s
support h i s wife from Indonesia he s t a t e s t h a t t h e v a l u e o f t h e Indonesian Rupiah has d e t i o r a t e d from 4,000 t o 1 t o 10,000 t o 1.

Since t h e first i n t e r v i e w t h e r e have bsen placed i n t h e f i l e two memos from East kiest Center i n d i c a t a n g t h a t the Government of Indonesia i s i n t e r e s t e d i n having t h i s s t u d e n t r e t u r n t o h i s homeland. Aoopy of a c a b l e i s s u i n g an o r d e r from t h e Indonesian Embassy f o r t h e s u b j e c t ' s r e t u r n was included vrith one of these memos.

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