Support Improved Civil, Political, and Immigration Status for Long-Term Alien Residents of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands


Dekada aspirations equal CNMI's long-term best interest, Saipan Tribune, June 19, 2005

Department  of Interior Report on the Status of Long-Term Alien Residents of the CNMI

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Human Rights Activist Wendy Doromal makes sure long-term alien residents of the CNMI are Unheard No More.  Thanks Wendy!

Use the following links for more information on The Dekada Movement, Inc. and its campaign for improved civil, political, and immigration status for long-term alien residents of the CNMI.

Some of the talk on the blogs

Here's what Wendy has to say about "The March".

Angelo Villagomez, pka The Saipan Blogger, posted his First Photos of the Unity March, together with his commentary (of course).  Earlier discussions on his blog include  Upcoming Unity March and Disagreement.  Another Saipan resident blogging under the name lil_hammerhead isn't much impressed.  But, hey, maybe it's the humidity.

pka = publicly known as, i.e. nom de blog.


Not so Recent news

Radio Australia interview with Dekada lawyer Stephen C. Woodruff, Nov. 29, 2007

'A great day for the Northern Marianas', Marianas Variety, Dec. 10, 2007

Pinoy workers lead "Unity March" in Northern Marianas, ABS-CBN

pinoys in cnmi drop strike plan, opt for unity march, OFW News Worldwide

Unity March in CNMI seeks to unite community, Radio New Zealand International

Unity March seeks to unify community, Saipan Tribune, Dec. 3, 2007


Older items

Mendiola says Guam should give NMI migrants a chance, Marianas Variety, September 21, 2007

Marianas Variety, Thursday, August 16, 2007
Federalization not a done deal
Guest workers, families hold prayer vigil in rain
Governor calls pro-federalization protestors 'illegals'
and other reports

Hundreds join prayer vigil, Saipan Tribune, July 19, 2007

Alien workers seek US citizenship, Saipan Tribune, July 19, 2007

Local labor reform bill just to hasten federalization, Saipan Tribune, July 20, 2007

FAS citizens, kin stage rally vs proposed immigration rule, Marianas Variety, July 19, 2007

Labor bill to make life more difficult for business
, Marianas Variety, May 25, 2007

Testimony of Sr. Mary Stella at US Senate hearing, Saipan Tribune, Feb. 27, 2007

Dekada lawyer slams NMI leadership failure, Marianas Variety, Jan. 8, 2007

Opposition

Pete A. bats for 12-year cut off, Saipan Tribune, September 20, 2007 
For granting status to long-term alien workers
(click here to read the Resident Representative's press release, which was reprinted verbatim on page 2 of the September 20, 2007 Marianas Variety)

Administration lauds Guam senators, Marianas Variety, September 20, 2007

Guam senators oppose NMI federalization, Marianas Variety, September 19, 2007

Chamber: No to federalization, no to NMI labor bill, Marianas Variety, July 12, 2007



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