Guam News - Guam News
Dim lights Embed Embed this video on your site
The Saipan Tribune reports that at least three badminton players from Saipan will no longer compete in a tournament in Guam next month because of the costly application fee, especially because in the past the application fee for advance parole to Guam was free.
United Workers Movement-NMI president Rabby Syed said that it's absolutely unacceptable to ask people to pay $360 for an application to travel to Guam. He also criticized USCIS for changing its policy without asking for comments from those that will be affected.
CW status is a CNMI-only non-immigrant status and it does not authorize entry to Guam or to any other part of the U.S. CW permits holders, however, can apply for parole to travel to Guam or the U.S. mainland for humanitarian reasons.
|< Prev||Next >|