Northern Marianas: 'CNMI could learn from A. Samoa'

Leaders of worker groups in the CNMI said Monday that CNMI leaders could learn from an American Samoa official's intention to allow long-term foreign workers to apply for U.S. national status, citing their socio-economic contributions to the U.S. territory.

Bonifacio Sagana, president of Dekada Movement, said that had CNMI officials looked at the positive impact on the local economy of allowing legal long-term foreign workers to have improved immigration status, the local economy would at least fare better than it is now.


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