针对4月10号发生的美联航事件， UCA在第一时间做出了声明， 并且将此声明转发给相关的国会议员及相关政府机构 （ 名单见下）。 以下为声明的中英文原文。
Like most people who have watched the incident video today, United Chinese Americans (UCA) is immensely disturbed by the violent and wrong action taken yesterday to remove a 69-year old Chinese American doctor from the plane by police from Chicago Department of Aviation and United Airlines at O’Hare International Airport.
We demand an immediate and thorough investigation by the United Airlines as well as by FAA regarding this horrible incident as well as about the booking and other industry practices adopted by the airlines in general.
Furthermore, we demand that Chicago Department of Aviation start an immediate and thorough investigation as to how the police involved has violated its own operation procedures, let alone common sense. The deep rooted culture and ongoing practice of resorting to violence prematurely and unnecessarily, sometimes even fatally, by police must be examined, stopped and changed.
As a nationwide Chinese American coalition to protect, among other things, the constitutional rights of equal treatment to all Americans, we at UCA take this incident seriously. We demand an immediate and thorough investigation. We call for a formal apology by United Airlines and Chicago Department of Aviation to the gentleman and other passengers involved. We may take further public measures, upon the completion of the investigations and pending the course of action taken by United Airlines and the airport police authorities.
作为美国华人全国性的联盟组织， 我们对此事件表示严重关注。 UCA的宗旨是维护美国公民宪法授予的平等权利，为此，我们要求美联航以及芝加哥航空总署就此事件作出全面的调查并向当事人正式道歉， 我们会根据调查结果及事件处理情况保留进一步行动的权利。
United Chinese Americans
April 10， 2017
Congressman Rick Larsen， Aviation subcommittee ranking member （ Contaced in person and with staff person)
Congresswoman Judy Chu (key staff)
Congressman Ted Lieu (staff)
Congresswoman Grace Meng (staff)
Congressman Bill Shuster (staff)
Congresswoman Comstock (staff)
Senator Tammy Duckworth (key staffer)
Senator John Thune John Thune (chair)
Senator Bill Nelson
Long time assistant to Secretary Elaine Chao
DOT Civil Rights Division and Aviation Consumer Protection Division