A memo from a University of Hawaii foreign student advisor said that Obama senior had "been running around with several girls since he first arrived here and last summer she cautioned him about his playboy ways. Subject replied that he would 'try' to stay away from the girls." It also considered his earlier Kenya marriage as a grounds to deny him a visa extension but concluded that "polygamy was not an excludable or deportation charge." He is further described as "a slippery character", and his relationships with 'several women' are discussed and investigated, while questions about his "marital problems" are repeatedly raised. Another immigration memo, from June 1964, records that Harvard officials were trying "to get rid of him" and "couldn't seem to figure out how many wives he had." The documents also specify that he had a child - Barack Obama junior - while he was at the university on August 4, 1961. The memo also notes that he be "closely questioned before another extension is granted - and denial be considered." Other notes make reference to some kind of campaign to drive Obama senior out of the country and back to Kenya. The memo advised officials to withdraw his funding. It said: "Obama has passed his general exams, which indicates that on academic grounds he is entitled to stay around here and write his thesis; however [Harvard] are going to try to cook something up to ease him out. They were apparently having difficulty with his financial arrangements and couldn’t seem to figure out how many wives he had.... They are planning on telling him that they will not give him any money, and that he had better return to Kenya and prepare his thesis at home." President Obama's mother met his father at a Russian language class at the University of Hawaii in 1960. At the time he was the first and only African student at the university. When they married, she did not realise that he had a wife and child in Kenya. The couple divorced in 1963 and Ann Dunham struggled as a single mother to bring up her child, just as her estranged husband was at studying at Harvard and reportedly carousing after women.Documents show Obama, Sr. was denied an extension of his student visa in July, 1964 and subsequently returned to Kenya. In 1965, he attempted to return to the United States, but Harvard (where he was a PhD candidate) denied to issue him the necessary document he needed to obtained a student visa. President Obama was raised by his grandparents (pictured, below) in Hawaii (where he was born). His father was killed later in a car crash in 1982; the last time president Obama sam him was in 1971 when he was ten years old.
Also in Obama senior's immigration file was this handwritten note dated Aug. 31, 1961 from William Wood of Immigration and Naturalization Services indicates that Barack Obama, Sr., was attending the University of Hawaii on a student visa and that a son, Barack Obama, II, was born in Honolulu on Aug, 4, 1961.
The highlight section reads: “They have one child born Honolulu on 8/4/1961 – Barack Obama II, child living with mother (she lives with her parents & subject resides at 1482 Alencastre St.).”