American-born Chinese man refused passport to return to China to get wife and child
TIKFTSKS WIFE ADMISSION riTTSBntr.H. Vs.. AiiC. 14 An Important opinion relating to the naturalization laws of rnitpd Mali's - waa. naiwa nown m i - ia - pral Court, ivhnn Jndpp. Charles p. Orr tirihela a motion of covprninp.nti!ttorm'?s - disnilsi1ng a Mill III' 11,IV IM.MIllL I... lll.l rtllU, 1 Chinaman of Ampriran birth. In which thp. latter sought a passport to China, where - he has a nifp anrt child. Cireu!iintinn of tho naturalization 'aws would have resulted, it is khiii. ii int. piHiiii - iii niiu "intuiiru a Vermel ill hla favor. The case has hunir In thelancp for many years, soo Hno Add contended that hp was pntitlpd'to a passport, as hp was a PRtlve born American, and had been In this country inoe MM. He. went to China in 19V and married, rcturninir to this country several years later, leavlnr his wife and chl'd he - Ind. Tie nuestiom'd the vlsht of the Ilcnart. - ment Of Commerce and Labor ft the State le - partment to refuse, him 'a passport.