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WONG CHEN KELANA JAYA CONSTITUENCY e - NEWSLETTER ISSUE 4 July 2014 Contents: 1) Letter

WONG CHEN KELANA JAYA CONSTITUENCY e-NEWSLETTER

ISSUE 4 July 2014

KELANA JAYA CONSTITUENCY e - NEWSLETTER ISSUE 4 July 2014 Contents: 1) Letter to the constituents

Contents:

1)

Letter to the constituents

5)Social Welfare Cases

2)

Community projects

6)Meet the new interns

3)

Fundraising

7)Member of Parliament and ADUN’s office

4)

Exclusive interview

Parliament and ADUN’s office 4) Exclusive interview Letter to the Constituents Dear Residents of Kelana Jaya,
Letter to the Constituents
Letter to the Constituents

Dear Residents of Kelana Jaya,

My office will endeavour to publish a newsletter once every six months. This is our third newsletter to you, covering the period of 1 st Jan 2014 to 30 th June 2014. Much has happened in the last six months. In the last newsletter, we printed our 2013 year end accounts for all to see. In the context of the tight budget that we operate our office, we have to be practical in how we allocate our limited resources and attention.

My office has three primary functions. The main focus is to support my Parliamentary work on national issues, policy debates and law making. This part of my work is often not known, but we consistently produce position and policy papers on economic matters. The second focus is to serve the constituents in solving their problems, the bulk of which are welfare cases. The last function is to engage the community by organising dialogues and events, and also attending as many functions, gotong royongs, makans and get-togethers to meet the rakyat.

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in particular in the areas of Desa Mentari and Desa Ria, we have an estimated 1,000 extreme hardcore poor families and another 10,000 families living on less than RM1,500 a month. This being the case, I have decided to cut out all unnecessary expenses like, “majlis makan,” for festivities and redirect 60% of my allocated budget for welfare. At the time of this newsletter, we have paid out RM111, 855.40 and processed some 221 individual welfare cases. These supports are mere short term band aids. There are long term solutions to urban poverty; better health and better housing. For the children, better education. I have written an urban poverty policy paper on this to the Selangor government last year but unfortunately it appears to have fallen on deaf ears. On other Selangor matters, I have also been critical of the Menteri Besar’s handling on multiple water related issues, the Canal City deals, the JAIS and MAIS actions, and now on Kidex.

On programs, we did three community dialogues with Hannah Yeoh and two dialogues on my own. My office also organised a successful breast cancer screening day for 150 women in Desa Mentari. I also attended and gave speeches in 73 events in the last six months. Now I usually prepare my speech in my mind whilst driving to the next event. I also participated in 6 gotong royongs. I usually don’t do weddings but 5 of these were just

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politically unavoidable. To give proper context to my weekends, I work every Saturday and somehow managed to secure a solid 21 Sundays just for my family in the last 6 months. Whenever I miss out on time with the family, I try to spend most non Parliament weekday mornings, working from home.

In my Parliamentary sitting in March 2014, I took part as one of the main speakers on the GST debate. Despite efforts to pressure the government to abandon and/or reconsider, the GST looks set to come in force on 1 st April 2015. A lot of you may not see GST as a regressive tax but in the Malaysian context, the GST is in fact an additional tax. Most GST implementations usually have reciprocal tax cuts but in Malaysia, UMNO-BN intends to raise RM20 billion more from the rakyat. There is no commitment to a zero tax gain policy. In other words, come 2016 when GST is in full flow, each person (from baby to grandma) will be paying an additional RM900 a year to the government. So, if you are a family of 4, you will be paying an additional RM3,600 a year via the new GST. This is on top of your current direct and indirect taxes paid.

In the last 6 months, I have continued to focus on the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA). During Obama’s visit, I met up with the US Trade Representative Michael Froman (it was our third meeting to date). I sensed that the TPPA is picking up pace in tandem with the geopolitical skirmishes in the East and South China seas. Be that as it may, I am still unconvinced that the TPPA will benefit us economically. I have not seen any real evidence or solid data that supports a happy outcome for Malaysian industries. Instead world renowned economist Ha-Joon Chang warns of the dangers of free trade to developing and smaller nations that require protectionism to build internal capabilities before competition. More alarming is my assessment that the government and our major industries and businesses are blissfully unprepared for it. The coming months up to year end may be crucial. MPs from both sides may be called to debate on this all important matter.

Lastly, in this June 2014 Parliamentary sitting, I took on the Finance Minister/PM Najib on the matter of the IRB Funds. I exposed the Finance Minister’s intention to form an investment panel within the IRB, and this fight made national and international news. Ultimately, the government withdrew the bill. This is my single biggest achievement to date as your Member of

Parliament. This victory will spur me to remain vigilant and continue to protect the interests of the rakyat.

To stay in touch with my thoughts, works and events, you are invited to follow me on facebook at:

to follow me on facebook at: www.facebook.com/wongchenpkr . Wong Chen 2 P u s a t

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me on facebook at: www.facebook.com/wongchenpkr . Wong Chen 2 P u s a t K h
me on facebook at: www.facebook.com/wongchenpkr . Wong Chen 2 P u s a t K h
me on facebook at: www.facebook.com/wongchenpkr . Wong Chen 2 P u s a t K h
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Wong Chen

Kelana Jaya

E-newsletter #1: August 2013

Editor: Wong Chen Contributors:

Jane Lazar, Sweeny, Deborah Augustin, Timothy Kang

Enquiries Email: wongchen.pkr@gmail.com Telephone: 03-56137919 Fax: 03-56137919 Address: 113B (2 nd Floor) Jalan SS14/1 47500 Subang Jaya Selangor Malaysia

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Community Projects
Community Projects

My office has a policy of not organizing open houses for festivals or holidays as we have a limited budget, and many needy people in our constituency. Instead, we try our best to use the allocation on infrastructure repairs and community events that will offer some kind of health or educational benefit to the constituents of Kelana Jaya.

Visit to Science Centre

On the 27 th of March my office organized a trip during the March school holidays to the National Science Centre for children from the Desa Mentari low cost flats. A group of 40 children and their chaperones from Blocks 3 and 5 attended the day trip. The children had a lot of fun playing in the wading pool at the Science Centre in the morning before heading into the Science Centre to explore and learn. I was able to meet with the children at the beginning of the day before heading off to

Parliament for the day’s session while my staff supervised the trip for the rest of the day.

while my staff supervised the trip for the rest of the day. 1 : The children

1: The children in the butterfly park at the Science Centre

1 : The children in the butterfly park at the Science Centre 2 : The group

2: The group at the Science Centre

Breast Cancer Screening

We organized our first breast cancer screening on the 4th of May for Blocks 4, 5 & 6 of Desa Mentari in collaboration with the Breast Cancer Welfare Association. Our target was to screen 75 women, but at the end of the day we screened 150 women.

During the screening two women were found to have lumps, and we were able to offer them a follow up screening and check up at University Hospital.

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1 : YB Hannah Yeoh officiating the breast screening event Desa Ria We have been

1: YB Hannah Yeoh officiating the breast screening event

Desa Ria

We have been looking at different ways to rejuvenate the Desa Ria low cost flats. The first phase of our efforts involved the clearing of 98 blocked sewage drains in January and February of this year. However, this is a short term solution as the sewage pipes are too small for the density of the population. The long term solution is to completely replace the current pipes with bigger ones.

The next phase of our project involves replacing the metal staircases that are in total disrepair due to the theft of the metal railings by drug addicts and general wear and tear. Our office came up with the solution of using brick to avoid the theft problem and to ensure the staircases remain structurally sound. My office is pledging RM 20, 000 towards this project.

My office is pledging RM 20, 000 towards this project. 4: My volunteers and I with

4: My volunteers and I with the tender documents for our staircase project.

Fundraising
Fundraising

I have mentioned before that the budget allocated by the state government for running my office is RM 50, 000, while community work is allocated RM 100, 000. I receive no allocation for developing my constituency from the Federal Government. However, it has recently come to light that Barisan National MPs receive RM 1 million a year to for developing their constituencies.

To compensate for this deficit, my office conducts fundraising throughout the year to help with office costs and our community projects.

For the first quarter of this year we held a movie fundraiser on the 27 th of March. We sold tickets to the premiere of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and raised a total of RM 12, 003.80 from ticket sales and cash donations.

total of RM 12, 003.80 from ticket sales and cash donations. 5 : YB Hannah Yeoh,

5: YB Hannah Yeoh, Captain America and Myself at the fundraiser

If you would like to contribute to our office, please find the details below.

HELP US HELP YOU!

Account: Maybank

Name: “Pusat Khidmat P104 Kelana Jaya”

Account Number: 564892109110

Branch: 648928000; Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur

You can send a donation to us via Internet banking, an ATM, or cheque. Please send an email to timothykang.wanli@gmail.com so that we can verify your donation. We will respect your privacy.

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Exclusive Interview
Exclusive Interview

An exclusive interview with Wong Chen, Parti Keadilan Rakyat, Member of Parliament for Kelana Jaya, Selangor, 20 June 2014.

Q. On 12 June 2014, you broke the story of a new investment fund proposed via amendments to the Inland Revenue Board (IRB) Act. What was this all about?

The current Inland Revenue Board (IRB) Act allows the IRB to create a fund called the IRB Fund to make investments. The proposed amendments by the Finance Minister sought to create an Investment Panel to replace the IRB’s powers on all investment matters. If the amendments are passed, the IRB will give away its investment duty and powers to this proposed Investment Panel.

In addition, the amendments sought to expand the Investment Panel’s power to invest in any type of investment as long as it is approved the Minister of Finance (currently PM Najib) including IPOs. The amendments are peculiar because the IRB is a tax collection agency and not a sovereign wealth fund. What was even fishier: the amendments propose that the Minister of Finance be given direct and indirect powers to appoint 6 out of 7 members of the Investment Panel. The inclusion of the Governor of Bank Negara Malaysia (the central bank) as the 7th member, was a dead give-away that this fund would not be a small thing but likely to be a multi-billion Ringgit fund. Why else would the Governor be called to such duty?

Q. Who did you discuss your concerns about the amendments to the IRB Act? Who was most interested?

I spoke to a professor of public policy, who is a world renowned expert in fiscal matters. He was very surprised to hear about this approach. Within the party, I consulted with Rafizi Ramli (MP for Pandan) as this was a matter of national importance and he has a strong corporate and management accounting background. I alerted several Malaysia financial news editors and

international ones including the Financial Times, Asian Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg. Most importantly, I contacted the international rating agencies. I thought they would be interested as it is a national fiscal issue, where tax revenues could be tapped at source and the Finance Minister could pursue more off budget projects. My immediate suspicion was that this looked like the proposed formation of the next 1MDB. In fact, the IPO clause might have seen the IRB Fund also being used to invest in the soon to be listed 1MDB.

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First, an important digression. This is the first time the BN government has confirmed what everyone has been suspicious about, that the IRB is being incentivized by a commission rate to collect more tax. According to the Minister, the current commission rate is 1.5% of total tax collected. We must remember that 1.5% rate is not law and it is not fixed by legislation. This rate could vary on executive orders, up or down.

Let me illustrate the point. This year the IRB targets to collect RM140 billion in tax. IRB will be paid a 1.5% commission rate on the collection; i.e. thus for 2014, the IRB will get RM2.1 billion for its operations and investments. There are 11,000 IRB staff. Do the math and you will see that for each officer, RM190,000 is spent on them for operational costs, salaries, bonus and investments. That’s why the IRB officers have been working extra hard.

Now back to the Minister’s point on the IRB Fund. The Minister is saying that the IRB Fund will come purely from the 1.5%. So after deducting salaries

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and bonuses and operating costs, the leftover is to be used for investment. So how big is this leftover? In 2011, (this is the latest figures publicly available) the IRB Fund for investments stood at RM255 million, all in fixed deposits with licensed banks.

So what the Minister basically said is that I was wrong in my allegations and that the Fund will continue to be relatively small at around RM255 million and that this is not a 1MDB sized type of fund. That this IRB Fund is merely a small fund for officers of IRB and thus not a big deal.

What the Minister said is not the full story. When I first read the bill, I saw the genius of the drafting for these amendments. Whoever drafted this is one smart fellow. The current section 23 of the Act, allows the IRB Fund to increase in size not only from internally generated commissions alone. So the IRB Fund is not just about the 1.5% commission.

So the IRB Fund is not just about the 1.5% commission. Furthermore, it states that the

Furthermore, it states that the IRB Fund could increase by way of receiving grants from the Finance Minister. The IRB Fund could also load up on debt. This really raised the eyebrows of senior KL bankers that I spoke to. The IRB Fund could also increase in size by virtue of a catch all phrase of “all other moneys lawfully received”. In other words, legally the Minister of Finance can increase the IRB Fund into the multi-billions.

That is the genius of the amendments, if you slack off as a lawmaker and just read the actual amendments, you will miss out the full picture. The key is to read the whole Act and put in context these amendments to the current sections. I read with great alarm that the IRB Fund could be the next 1MDB by using the existing section 23 combined with the formation of the Investment Panel and the powers to invest in anything under the sun.

Look, if the fund is really so small as stated by the 2nd Finance Minister, the Bank Governor will not get out of bed to attend an Investment Panel meeting. If the IRB Fund is so small, why go through the trouble of legislating to create an Investment Panel, why not just appoint a Chief Investment Officer in the IRB. Why must the Finance Minister take the trouble of making sure he has powers to appointing 6 out of the 7 Investment Panel members? Lastly, if the amendments are harmless, why did BN withdraw the bill?

Q. Barisan Nasional has the numbers in Parlimen Malaysia to vote en bloc to approve any bill or amendment. Why do you think they held back from pushing through the amendments to the IRB Act?

Good question. Yes, BN has more than 51% majority (they have 60%) and could have easily pushed it through. What stopped the Finance Minister? Well I spoke to several BN backbenchers and urged them to be ready to do the right thing if push comes to shove. I also spoke to the Public Accounts Committee members and they were very concerned.

However Malaysian politics is extremely partisan. When push comes to shove, even the most “concerned” backbenchers will vote for the government. Since I started my term last year, I have not seen any BN backbenchers ever vote against the government. No abstention even. Not even during the vote on the new ISA provisions in the Prevention of Crime Act (PCA). I remember vividly how MCA had publicly said that they will vote against the PCA bill and a few days later, I saw all of the MCA MPs sheepishly stand to support the PCA bill. In other words, I don’t think Najib will

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give two hoots to what MPs like me think about his IRB amendments. I also don’t think he cares much for the views and opinions of his own Backbenchers.

So, I suspect the real reason why Najib withdrew this controversial bill must have something to do with questions raised by international financiers and rating agencies. PM Najib has proven to react and retract positions if it has international repercussions. This matter was picked up by Malaysian financial papers as well as international newswires. So when it comes to the international finance types, he sits up and listens.

Q. Since you’ve been in Parlimen Malaysia, how many times do you think Barisan Nasional has pulled back in this way?

I can remember only once. The Prevention of Crime Act (PCA) was withdrawn when the heat was on. It was then reintroduced with superficial amendments in the following Parliamentary session and was just steamrolled through. So it is very important that we remain vigilant on this IRB bill when Parliament sits again in October. We need to start a solid campaign in September.

Welfare Cases
Welfare Cases

After almost a year of serving as Member of Parliament in the Kelana Jaya, I have seen the true depth of urban poverty in my constituency. There are many factors that cause and compound poverty, and with my limited resources there is not much that I can do to make a sustainable impact. We do what we can and hope that our efforts will make a difference in the long term. While in the beginning of my term I decided to discourage giving out welfare payments, I have since changed my policy. Our office has been processing an increasing amount of welfare cases in the last few months. Here are some of the notable cases.

Malarvilze is a mother of four with another baby on the way. When we met Malarvilze and her husband, Ramakrishna, they were surviving on Ramakrishna’s salary as a lorry driver of RM 40 a day. They initially came asking if they could get a grant to start a business. We decided to give them RM 300, and pass Ramakrishna’s resume to our

contacts in the Sunway Group. This resulted in Ramakrishna getting a better paying job. One of our constituents also stepped forward to donate school bags and stationery for their four children.

Che Su is a mother of three from Desa Mentari. Her eight year old daughter was scheduled to have open heart surgery, and her family was having difficulty bearing the costs. We gave her RM 1,000 to help with the medical costs.

Hemawathi is 28, but has a disability that prevents her from walking. She must pull herself on all fours to get around. She is supported by her father who earns RM 1, 000 as a lorry driver, and this is the family’s sole source of income. This family received RM 300 from our allocation.

Malikka is unfortunately a typical case in Desa Mentari. She previously worked as a factory worker, and now makes money as a cleaner. Her children are grown up and do not help her with her expenses, and since her husband passed away, she is solely dependent on her income from cleaning houses. She also has difficulty walking after breaking her legs in an accident. We gave her RM 300.

Photos of some of the people we have aided are below.

300. Photos of some of the people we have aided are below. 7 P u s
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Recent Dialogue As promised, we held a dialogue session after the latest parliamentary session, for
Recent Dialogue As promised, we held a dialogue session after the latest parliamentary session, for
Recent Dialogue
Recent Dialogue

As promised, we held a dialogue session after the latest parliamentary session, for anyone in Kelana Jaya who wanted to attend.

The dialogue was held in the Dewan Serbaguna, in SS5a/15 Kelana Jaya on the 21 st of June.

The dialogue sessions are an opportunity for you to find out what occurred during the parliamentary session, what bills or issues were debated on and to find out from the primary source where PKR and I stand on issues.

This session we spoke about the Inland Revenue Board issue, GST and the future of the country with GST, the Selangor water crisis, the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement, and the suspension YB Surendran from parliament.

Agreement, and the suspension YB Surendran from parliament. 8 P u s a t K h
Agreement, and the suspension YB Surendran from parliament. 8 P u s a t K h
Agreement, and the suspension YB Surendran from parliament. 8 P u s a t K h
Agreement, and the suspension YB Surendran from parliament. 8 P u s a t K h
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Interns
Interns

Ashley Phun

Ashley recently completed her Pre-University studies at HELP University and is currently interning for YB Wong Chen in the hopes of getting valuable work experience.

Wong Chen in the hopes of getting valuable work experience. Ivor Ng Ivor Adrian Ng, born

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AnnCharlotte Arul

AnnCharlotte is a student at BAC having just finished her second year of her LLB. She will be working on research and community development alongside the other interns

and community development alongside the other interns Intern Initiative: The interns main community outreach

Intern Initiative:

The interns main community outreach project is with the under privileged kindergarten of Tabika Perpaduan Pangsapuri Desa in Desa Ria. Their current plans for the kindergarten involve some minor renovations inside the classroom and also to start a library of children’s books for the children.

to start a library of children’s books for the children. WE NEED INTERNS! Ever wanted to

WE NEED INTERNS!

Ever wanted to learn more about the Malaysian Parliamentary process? Curious to know what your Member of Parliament does? Join us for an internship. Depending on your skill set, you can help us with national policy research, community work, or both.

You will reserve a small allowance of RM20 a day, and some free lunches. Please send your CV and cover letter to timothykang.wanli@gmail.com

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Recent Events
Recent Events
Recent Events 6 : 27 t h January 2014 - Jom shopping for Chinese New Year

6: 27 th January 2014 - Jom shopping for Chinese New Year

27 t h January 2014 - Jom shopping for Chinese New Year 8:11th March 2014 -

8:11th March 2014 - Attending the sentencing of the late YB Karpal Singh, during his trial for sedition

of the late YB Karpal Singh, during his trial for sedition 10: 7 t h April

10: 7 th April Debating GST in Parliament

for sedition 10: 7 t h April Debating GST in Parliament 11: 19 t h April

11: 19 th April 2014 Pesta Seni Seri Setia

11: 19 t h April 2014 – Pesta Seni Seri Setia 7 : 7th March 2014

7: 7th March 2014 - Community Dialogue

Seni Seri Setia 7 : 7th March 2014 - Community Dialogue 9 : 30th March 2014

9: 30th March 2014 Distributing shopping vouchers to the needy constituents in the low cost flats of Desa Ria

to the needy constituents in the low cost flats of Desa Ria 10 : 11th April

10: 11th April 2014 - At the late YB Karpal Singh's Wake

: 11th April 2014 - At the late YB Karpal Singh's Wake 12: 6 t h

12: 6 th May 2014 Pakatan Rakyat MPs meet with German ambassdor to discuss Human Rights

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MEET YOUR ADUN

MEET YOUR ADUN YB HANNAH YEOH Pejabat ADUN Subang Jaya 113A (1 s t Floor), Jalan

YB HANNAH YEOH

Pejabat ADUN Subang Jaya 113A (1 st Floor), Jalan SS14/1 47500 Subang Jaya

Tel: 03-56312768

Fax:03-56312757

Openin g hours:

Monday - Friday Tuesday nights

: 10am to 5pm : 8pm to10pm

Monday - Friday Tuesday nights : 10am to 5pm : 8pm to10pm YB NIK NAZMI Pejabat

YB NIK NAZMI

Pejabat ADUN Sri Setia 10-1 Jalan PJS 10/2 Taman Subang Indah 46000 Petaling Jaya

Tel/Fax: 03 56116324 Email: niknazmi@niknazmi.com

Opening hours:

Monday Friday 10am 5pm

Hannah Yeoh Tseow Suan is the Speaker of the Selangor State Legislative Assembly and State Assemblyman for Subang Jaya, Selangor. Hannah won the N31 state seat in the General Elections 2008 as a DAP candidate at the age of 29. She was elected as the Speaker at the age of 34, making her the first women and youngest Speaker in Malaysia. She obtained her Bachelor of Laws from the University of Tasmania. She is married to Ramachandran M, an IT entrepreneur. They are now proud parents of two baby girls Shay Adora Ram and Kayleigh Imani Ram. The couple is passionate about nation-buildiong and seeks to inspire Malaysians to play their respective parts in establishing a righteous nation free from corruption and racial discrimination.

Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad is the Selangor State Assemblyman for Seri Setia and deputy Speaker for the Selangor State Legislative Assembly from PKR. He is also the author of two books, Moving forward: Malays for the 21 st Century (Mendepani Zaman; Melayu untuk Abad ke-21) and coming of Age: A decade of Essays 2001-2011. He achieved his Bachelor or Laws from Kings College in the University of London. In the 2008 General Elections, he was elected Selangor State Assemblyman for Seri Setia as the youngest candidate in the 12 th General Elections. Nik is married to Imaan, a medical doctor at a government hospital and they are also proud parents of their son, Nik IIhan.

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THE WORK AND SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE OFFICE OF YB WONG CHEN

Who do we serve?

All residents of Kelana Jaya Parliamentary Constituency

Subang Jaya, USJ, PJS5 to 10 (Desa Mentari), Taman Glenmarie, Kelana Jaya SS3,SS5, SS7, SS8, SS9

What can we do for you?

Parliament:

Raise national issues on your behalf in Parliament

Represent Kelana Jaya on policies and laws and update residents on all national issues

Welfare & Medical:

Apply for welfare aid and increase welfare payments

Apply for medical fee exemptions

Connect with welfare and medical NGOs

Citizenship issues:

Apply for blue IC and issue letter of support

Follow up with JPN and Immigration

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