Friday, April 22, 2011

CNMI Rep. Sablan sponsors bill H.R. 1466 which will allow non-residents with children 3 years and over to apply for green cards

Kilili Sablan recently sponsored U.S. house bill H.R. 1466 which if passed will allow non-residents with children aged 3 years and older to apply for green cards on January 1, 2015. While there have not been any reports as to how many non-residents will be affected, the number will certainly run in upwards of 10,000.

Hard lines will have to be drawn eventually dealing with foreign workers. The line that is currently contemplated though H.R. 1466 will exclude workers that have worked in the CNMI for over 7 years on January 1, 2015, but do not have children, or that currently have children less than 3 years old. If a non-resident worker has lived and worked in the CNMI for 20 years and currently has a 2 year old child, they would be forced to leave at the end of the transition period in 2015.

In addition to the CNMI CW Transitional Worker Visa Regulations, I am sure that H.R. 1466 will be monitored closely by the CNMI Government and non-resident
 workers.

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