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Homeowners invited to USDA, NMHC info session
Marianas residents who wish to repair or improve their homes for health or safety reasons are encouraged to attend a free information session with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Development Program and the Northern Marianas Housing Corporation on April 18 at the American Red Cross - NMI Chapter office on Airport Road in Dandan, Saipan. Two sessions will be offered on that day: the first at 3:00-5:00pm, and the second at 6:00 - 8:00pm. USDA will present information about the Section 504 Home Repair loan and grant program which provides financial assistance to eligible homeowners who are low-income, elderly, or with disabilities, to repair or upgrade their homes to make them safer, more resilient, and/or more accessible. NMHC will present information about the HOME Investment Program, which supports safe, decent, sanitary, and affordable housing, and local financing programs available for home construction.











Kilili: Illegal labor practices could hurt NMI’s efforts
Saipan Tribune - Delegate Gregorio Kilili C. Sablan (D-MP) said illegal labor practices by some companies, especially construction firms, could hurt the efforts being done by CNMI business and government leaders in trying to find a solution to an impending worker shortage. The Federal Bureau of Investigation, last month, uncovered that two construction companies, MCC International and Belinda Overseas, have allegedly employed Chinese laborers for the Imperial Pacific Resort project who entered Saipan as tourists. The FBI made an arrest last March 30 based on their investigation that both companies allegedly violated the federal workplace visa system and other federal statutes. There are also reports the two construction firms harbored individuals who are out-of-status. Sablan, in a lengthy Facebook post, said both business and government leaders have supported his bill—House Resolution 339—that would give a temporary fix to the ongoing CNMI-Only Transitional Worker nonimmigrant











Kilili: Trump EO concern for NMI
Saipan Tribune - Delegate Gregorio Kilili C. Sablan (D-MP) said an executive order signed by President Donald Trump involving the parole authority is a huge concern for the CNMI, most especially for the islands’ growing Chinese tourism market. In 2009, the Obama administration entered into a parole system with Chinese and Russian visitors where they could enter the CNMI visa free. Tourists from Japan and Korea also enjoy visa-free travel to the CNMI but under the visa waiver program. Chinese visitors account for more than 30 percent of the CNMI’s tourism market well within the goal set by Commonwealth officials. Gov. Ralph DLG Torres, in his State of the Commonwealth Address last month, said their goal is to have a 30 percent share each from the Chinese, Japanese, and Korean markets. Sablan supported Torres saying that the growing Chinese tourism market is important to the CNMI’s economy. “But President Trump’s [EO] directs the Secretary of Homeland Security to review the











THIS WEEK IN CONGRESS - April 14, 2017
In this issue: 4 years for Kagman Health Center Commendation for Joe Ayuyu San Vicente gets new books Delta Management saluted Loans, grants for homeowners LTC Camacho, ROTC cadets visit Art competition deadline nears OPPORTUNITIES LEGISLATIVE HIGHLIGHTS __________________________________________________________________________ Homeowners invited to USDA, NMHC info session Marianas residents who wish to repair or improve their homes for health or safety reasons are encouraged to attend a free information session with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Development Program and the Northern Marianas Housing Corporation on April 18 at the American Red Cross - NMI Chapter office on Airport Road in Dandan, Saipan. Two sessions will be offered on that day: the first at 3:00-5:00pm, and the second at 6:00 - 8:00pm. USDA will present information about the Section 504 Home Repair loan and grant program which provides financial assistance to eligible homeowners who are low-














 
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