This document reveals the Harvard asked the Immigration and Naturalisation Service (INS) to not grant the request of Obama Senior to extend their stay in the U.S.. "Until they decide what will they take to get rid of it," writes an immigration officer, MF McKeon in a memo written in June 1964.
Parties from Harvard, wrote the memo that, "admitted having difficulties because of his inability to manage finances. And apparently can not be sure how many wives he had."
As Obama's senior, went to Harvard, a classy university was facing financial problems to finance the study of international graduate students.
Another problem is the Obama's senior personal life, which is worrying. According to INS documents, in 1969 when he was in college, S1, at the University of Hawaii, advises for foreign students to report to the department of immigration that Obama senior was married to Stanley , mother of President Obama. In fact, he already has a wife in Kenya.
To the adviser, Obama admitted that he had divorced his old wife. The same confession he gave to Ann Dunham, though eventually found out, it was a lie.
According to a memo written by an INS officer in Honolulu, Obama's senior "dating with several girls since his arrival in the summer of last year and he (counsel) has warned about his playboy behavior."
In the previous INS memo, also from McKeon, said that while Obama senior had completed his examination and the right to stay to finish his thesis, Harvard continued to try "to remove him,"
"They plan to say, no more money to be given to him, and that he better go back to Kenya and prepare a thesis in there," said the memo was written.
The contents of the memo is proven. In a letter dated May 1964, Harvard's director of international student affairs, David D. Henry said, although he had studied at the Department of Economics at the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, Obama senior had no money to support it. "We came to the conclusion that you must end your stay in the U.S. and returned to Kenya to do research and writing your thesis," the letter said.
Obama senior resident then extended by the INS rejected. He then left Harvard and divorced from the mother of the president. In July 1964 he returned to Kenya, without completing his Ph.D. degree.
Furthermore, the Obama senior worked on an oil company and a government economist. He died in a car accident in 1982, when Obama, the president in the future, 21-year-old and a student at Columbia University.
Confirmed, said Harvard did not find a record that supports the content of INS memo. Meanwhile, a spokesman for the Department of Homeland Security, Matt Chandler declined to comment about that. (Source: AP)