The first legal entity with which I made an acquaintance for the purpose of securing the permanent residence
of Ehigie Uzamere was the law offices of Allen Kaye. Although I never had the opportunity of meeting Mr. Kaye in person,
Harvey Shapiro, while in Mr. Kaye's employ, presented me with papers to sign. I discovered later on that the papers
I signed were sponsorship papers.
I have no way of knowing if my husband's passport
had the name "Godwin" or "Ehigie." For the purpose of the preparation of this website, I am going
to presume that insofar as Ehigie is Nigerian, that the first name on his passport was also Nigerian. With that being
said, a question needs to be asked: Why would the law office of Allen Kaye, seeing my husband's passport with the
name "Ehigie," go along with using the name "Godwin" as presented on the marriage certificate? Would
that not cause a "red flag" to go off in their minds?
attorneys have a responsibility to defend their clients, the defense of their clients should not include the falsification
of documents, or the immigrant's presentation of a false name to evade governmental responsibilities (child support, paying
taxes, etc.). Additionally, as immigration attorneys are more than likely familiar with the disproportionate percentage
of fraudulent marriages that occurs between immigrants and American citizens, immigration attorneys should quite naturally
be on guard for them, since their own reputations are on the line if they give the appearance of impropriety by knowingly
acceding to the immigrant's wish to provide governmental agencies with falsified identification.
As it turns out, I conducted a search using "Godwin Uzamere" as the search
parameter. Based on that search, there was no information found under that name for anyone.
As of June 2008, Jehovah God has blessed my efforts with regard to finding departments within governmental agencies who have
been a bit more forthright. The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services's FOIA office has so far told
me that I am number 3,343 out of 5,132. When I first applied, I was number 69,082 out of 71,278. My request was
miraculously placed on Track I.
Executive Office for Immigration Review, USCIS' General Counsel's office, the New York State Attorney General's
Office and the New York State Disciplinary Committee appear to have taken proactive roles in investigating
my allegations that Mr. Kaye's law firm played an active role in helping Senator Uzamere maintain a false instrument
for filing with a subdivision of New York State; helped Senator Uzamere hide his real identity based on the same false instrument
that was filed with a subdivision of the State; helped Senator Uzamere avoid paying child support for our child's
entire life based on the same false instrument that he filed with a subdivision of the State; aided Senator
Uzamere in contracting a second marriage within the United States based on the same false instrument that Senator Uzamere filed
with a subdivision of the State and assisted Senator Uzamere in attempting to trick me into commencing a divorce based
on a name that Senator Uzamere used on the same false instrument that he filed with a subdivision of the State.
By today, the correspondence that I sent to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration
Service's General Counsel's office should have arrived. Once my complaint is thoroughly investigated, there
will no legal way in which any government office will not be able to see the inequities that exist in my situation.
How was it that "Godwin Uzamere", a foreigner who entered the United States legally, walked into an immigration
attorney's office with perfectly good identification and left with an untraceable alias? Shouldn't a paid visit
to seek legal representation supposed to make the beneficiary of said representation legal and visible, instead of illegal
In legal terminology there is a term called "laundering."
Although the term is primarily used with regard to ill-gotten monies, its connation refers to making something
illegal look legitimate. In Senator Uzamere's situation, Mr. Kaye did not attempt to "launder" my
husband to make him look legitimate. He attempted to perform the impossible -- to make Senator Uzamere,
my husband and the father of our daughter Tara, disappear -- as if he never existed. He succeeded for a little
more than 28 years -- but now, time's up.
Even though dead
people do not have life, there is one thing that all of them have -- identities. How does an identity-lacking
foreigner from a country that is more than 50% Islamic, live undetected in a country that suffered an
act of terrorism by a group of foreigners who were also from countries that are more than 50% Islamic?
How could something like this happen in the United States???
has a whole lot of 'splainin' to do.