DHS Announces 2013 CNMI-Only Transitional Numerical Limitation

November 29, 2012



 The CNMI-Only Transitional Numerical Limitation for 2013 has been set at 15,000. Read the announcement: Press Release: Forum on Parole Extension (USP4GG) — The US Pinoys for Good Governance Marianas chapter, in collaboration with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, will hold a free forum regarding the recent extension of parole for those with U.S. citizen immediate relatives and those with deferred or CW status on Dec. 8, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon, at the American Memorial Park auditorium.

David G. Gulick, USCIS district director for Hawaii, Guam and CNMI will be the speaker, said Dr. Celia Lamkin, the chairwoman of the USP4GG Marianas Chapter.

 “The Filipino community is encouraged to submit immigration questions related to the parole extension by sending emails to USP4GG at usp4ggmarianaschapter@gmail.com three to four days before the actual forum or at the earliest possible time,” she said.

 “The public is advised that no fee in whatever form will be collected from the participants.. Admission is free and will be on a first come, first served basis,” Lamkin added.

 USP4GG is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization based in New York led by its national chairwoman, attorney Loida Nicolas Lewis of New York, national president attorney Rodel Rodis of California and legal counsel/spokesman attorney Ted Laguatan of California.

The group’s mission is the betterment of the life of Filipinos everywhere in the world and for the betterment of the Philippines. 

For more information, call Dr. Celia Lamkin or Mar Masilungan, at 483-9440.

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

Numbers in this report describes CNMI economic situation now, it's going down the drain. For as long as this governor remains futile then 15,000 is way too high.