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Judge Phan Quang Tue

Assistant Attorney General

Iowa Department of Justice

HQ Phone: (515) 281-4672

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Iowa Department of Justice

Hoover State Office Building 1305 East Walnut

Des Moines, Iowa 50319

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

French Teacher

Georgetown Preparatory High School

Immigration Judge

Viet Horizons

Trial Attorney

Immigration and Naturalization Service

Hearing Officer

Iowa Department of Job Service

San Francisco Immigration Court

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Judge Phan Quang Tue retired ...

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Judge Phan Quang Tue retired on December 31, 2012 from the San Francisco Immigration Court where he served since his appointment in March 1995. He was a trial attorney with the Immigration & Naturalization Service in San Francisco from 1988 to 1993. He served two years as an Administrative Law Judge from 1993 to 1995 with the California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board in Sacramento, California. A refugee from Vietnam, he and his family entered the United States in April 1975 and he began a new life working as a dishwasher, then a shoe repairer, machine operator in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. While teaching French at the Georgetown Preparatory High School in Rockville, Maryland, he maintained a part-time job as a dishwasher in the afternoon. Moving his family to Des Moines, Iowa in 1979 he returned to law school at the Drake University School of Law where he completed a program of American legal system study in 1985, and passed the Iowa State Bar examination in January 1986. He was a Hearing Officer at the Iowa Department of Job Service from 1985 to 1987, and an Assistant Attorney General with the Iowa Department of Justice in 1987-1988. He and his family moved to California in the summer of 1988.


Viet Horizons - [enter appropriate title]

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Phan Quang Tue, Immigration Judge, San Francisco, CaliforniaViet Horizons - [enter appropriate title]

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Judge Phan Quang Tue, Immigration Court, San Francisco, California.
Today we will get to know an extraordinary Vietnamese American, who grew up in Vietnam, built a distinguished legal career in Saigon, lost it all in 1975, and built it back up in the United States.
Judge Phan Quang Tue, or Judge Tue as he wants to be called, was drafted in 1968, after the Tet Offensive, and worked as a judge advocate in the military justice department in Saigon.The top of his legal career in Vietnam was the position of chief deputy of staff to the chief justice of the supreme court of the republic of Vietnam from 1971 to 1975.
Upon arriving in the East Coast of the U.S. in 1975, he worked as a dishwasher, a laborer, a French language teacher, and a machine operator.In the next few years, he worked for a law firm as a messenger, then file clerk, then file supervisor, then legal assistant.In the early 1980's he worked on the staff of the Iowa Refugee Service Center, and by 1984, became the hearing officer (administrative law judge) for the Iowa Department of Employment Services.By the late 1980's he had become an assistant attorney general for the Iowa Department of Justice, then moved to San Francisco as an assistant distric counsel (a trial attorney) for the Immigration and Naturalization Services.Between 1993 and 1995, he served as the administrative law judge for the California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board.In 1995, he was appointed to his current position, as Immigration Judge for the U.S. Immigration Court in San Francisco, California.
I talked with Judge Tue recently in San Francisco, California about rebuilding his legal career after 1975, his feelings about Vietnam, the Vietnamese community, his likes and dislikes in the job, etc.


During a debate, Judge Phan Quang ...

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During a debate, Judge Phan Quang Tue said, "Obamacare needs careful reviewing". More recently he blurred his stance, but when pressed, he admitted that he supports it.


During a debate, Judge Phan Quang ...

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During a debate, Judge Phan Quang Tue said, "Obamacare needs careful reviewing". More recently he blurred his stance, but when pressed, he admitted that he supports it.


During a debate, Judge Phan Quang ...

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During a debate, Judge Phan Quang Tue said, "Obamacare needs careful reviewing". More recently he blurred his stance, but when pressed, he admitted that he supports it.

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