Federal Officials say CNMI Imigration Federalization on Track
Guam - Acting Lt. Governor and Speaker Judi Wonpat met with several federal officials today including the assistant commissioner of the department of homeland security, Honolulu's port director, and the US Customs and Border Patrol's Director of field operations in San Francisco. According to the Speaker they are all en route to the CNMI in preparation for it's immigration's federalization.
The speaker says that the federalization of CNMI's immigration will require them to use some of Guam's US customs agents however it will be on a part time basis and shouldn't affect any of Guam's operations.
The speaker adds that they did not have an answer as to the viability of extending the visa-waiver program to China and Russia. They did however reassure the Speaker that they would be on track to implament the CNMI's federalization on Nov. 28th.
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