doc Statement of Support for Ai Chih Tsai [unsigned] (ddr-densho-446-310)
Statement of sponsorship and resources for Ai Chih Tsai so he will not be a public charge in the USA. This was to help him get an immigrant visa to USA. Likely drafted in early Sept before Tsai was granted quota number.
doc Letter from Gordon K. Chapman to Ai Chih Tsai (ddr-densho-446-273)
Chapman agrees to find a specific field for Ai Chih Tsai. Request for full details of Tsai's Christian ministry in the US.
doc Letter from Gordon K. Chapman to Ai Chih Tsai (ddr-densho-446-283)
Response to Tsai's letter with request for employment. Chapman will present offer to Japanese ministers conference. Note that others are waiting for positions.
doc Letter from Gordon K. Chapman to Rev. Sumio Koga (ddr-densho-446-270)
When Ai Chih Tsai was with UNRRA, he was no longer in the US military and was not able to return without a visa. It appears that he needs to secure a job which would lead to a 4-D nonquota visa. What are ACT's abilities to be successful in a pulpit in the US and intentions …
doc Letter from Gordon K. Chapman to Ai Chih Tsai (ddr-densho-446-271)
US Embassy advised Ai Chih Tsai that he needs a call from a church to support his case to return to US. The Chicago church has 2 ministers and this is ample. Request for notification if Tsai has another congregation in mind and if his desire is to return to the U.S. as a permanent resident …
doc Letter from Ryo Tsai to Albert W. Palmer (ddr-densho-446-277)
Request for assistance returning Ai Chih Tsai to the United States. Immigrant quota from China is 150 with thousands waiting to immigrate. Ai Chih Tsai needs assurance of employment.
doc Letter from Ryo Tsai to Robert Cashman (ddr-densho-446-284)
Situation is more complicated. Mixed information about next steps. Ai Chih Tsai will work with Shanghai Consulate and Ryo (Morikawa) Tsai will work with Immigration and Naturalization Service in Philadelphia. Ryo is trying to find Ai Chih a job through working with the Reverends Kikuchi, Ogawa, and Chapman (Presbyterian office in San Francisco)