Sunday, November 20, 2011

Chinese Politicians Seeking To Replace Americans

The Red Chinese immigrants are at it again. They just don't like Americans, even Chinese-Americans. The San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) and the Chinese politicians who dominate San Francisco don't like the idea of allowing a Chinese-Canadian H-1B temporary worker to return to Canada.

Yeu-Ming Sin was sponsored for an H-1B non-immigrant specialty worker visa to teach Cantonese language special education. Itself a tragedy, as why are we allowing in alien, both legal and illegal, children who are retarded? In fact, it is illegal to allow such persons in at all. They are or will become a public charge, and that is not allowed by the Immigration and Nationality Act.

But back to our disloyal Chinese, and we use the term loosely, American, politicians, our new Chinese overlords. Elected members of the board want to keep her, but the SFUSD will not sponsor her for legal permanent residency and her nine years on the H-1B non-immigrant visa are up. And obviously elect another people.

San Francisco Chronicle November 20, 2011


A San Francisco special education teacher facing deportation in two weeks when her work visa expires implored district officials Friday to take up her case before immigration officials force her to return to her home in Canada.

Yuen-Ming Sin came to the school district in 2003 under an H-1B visa as a bilingual speech pathologist to help serve the large population of Cantonese-speaking students because no qualified local applicants could be found.

But after setting down roots in the community with her husband, raising her daughter here and becoming a trusted teacher to 1,000 San Francisco special needs children, her time is up.

Sin's case exemplifies a problem facing many Bay Area districts that took in teachers from other countries several years ago to fill teacher shortages in math, special education and other hard-to-fill positions.

Now, as their visas expire, some of those teachers don't want to leave.

"I love what I do," Sin said at a press conference Friday. "Helping parents navigate through the system to access needed services is rewarding to me."

Sin noted that she is a highly skilled teacher working in a field that still suffers from a shortage of qualified workers.

Which is, in fact, a lie, which shockingly the Chron reports.

Sin's initial three-year visa in 2003 was extended to six years and then in 2009 she applied for a permanent resident green card, which recently was denied by immigration officials.

District officials, while sympathetic, said they wouldn't formally intervene because they couldn't meet the federal requirement of proving that no U.S. citizen was available to fill the position held by Sin. In fact, the district currently has U.S. applicants with the qualifications to fill Sin's job, said district spokeswoman Gentle Blythe.

Interestingly Sin herself asks that question, but refuses to accept the answer.

"Am I taking ... a qualified U.S. citizen's job?" Sin asked.

Well, yes you are. But as a Chinese, she does not accept that the law applies to her. She is of the belief that as a Chinese immigrant, Americans should submit to her will. Even the obviously Chinese American applicants for her position, as I am certain there are no bi-lingual, but plenty of bi-sexual, Cantonese speaking white, black, or Hispanic, special education teachers available.

Of course, the local Red Chinese politicians are up in arms about this affront to the people of the Middle Kingdom. Sin is a victim of dem racis' white crackas.

At the press conference, Board of Supervisors President David Chiu urged the school district to take the "very simple step" of asking immigration authorities to let her stay.

He called Sin a victim of the country's broken immigration policies.

And Chiu is alone, another one wants to continue the replacement of his constituents with more imported Chinese wage slaves and future voters:

School board Vice President Norman Yee, who attended the press conference, said he's been researching the issue for a couple of months and would work with President Hydra Mendoza to create a district policy regarding work visas, outlining when and whether the district would intervene in immigration cases like Sin's.

"This is as complicated as it gets," Yee said.

Clearly teaching positions according to Yee must be apportioned out among immigrants and not Americans. That is the way to replace them with more recent and more loyal Chinese.

Of course, this is more than another example of the fraud of the H-1B temporary worker program. It is nothing more than replacement for Americans with nothing temporary about it.

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