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Revoke the U.S. Citizenship and Visas of the Hong Kong and China Officials who are in Support of the Extradition Bill.

Created on June 11, 2019

The Hong Kong government has proposed the Extradition Bill, which will allow them to surrender Hong Kong citizens to the People's Republic of China. If passed, Hong Kong people and the 60,000 American Expatriates who are residing in Hong Kong will be exposed to the risk of facing criminal proceedings in China, where there has been decade long concerns over the true implementation of the rule of law and human rights.

Under the U.S. Immigration and Nationality Act, foreign government officials and their immediate family members, who are responsible for severe violations of human rights, is inadmissible for entry into the United States.

We urge Congress to revoke the U.S. citizenships and visas of the Hong Kong and China officials who are in support of this bill.

Civil Rights & Equality
Foreign Policy

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