A Chinese immigrant has been given a second chance to stay in the United States based on her claim that she was subject to China’s coercive family planning policies.

Mei Fun Wong claims Chinese family planning officials detained her for three days until she submitted to the forced insertion of an intrauterine contraceptive device and was only released after her mother paid a “fine” or bribe to officials.

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