"Yeh Ling-Ling is a naturalized citizen born in Vietnam of Chinese parents. She had approximately 20 years of education abroad (Cambodia, Taiwan University and the University of Paris-Sorbonne). Ms. Yeh immigrated to the United States in 1980. She was featured as a leader advocating sustainable immigration on page one of the Washington Post on 5/11/2006.
"After working 10 years preparing immigration applications for law firms, Ms. Yeh realized that many problems that concern native-born citizens and legal immigrants - including water and energy shortages, high unemployment, failing education, skyrocketing healthcare costs, budget deficits, sprawl, gridlock, homeland security, overburdened infrastructure and rising ethnic tensions - cannot be solved effectively without also addressing rapid U.S. population growth."
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