Cite as [A.S.A.C. § 31.0186]
A sponsoring employer may be a U.S. national or an established business in American Samoa. Every alien who receives entry permission from the immigration board for the purpose of engaging in employment must be sponsored by his employer. The alien and his sponsoring employer shall be subject to all requirements, conditions, and duties of aliens and sponsors, respectively, provided in immigration rules, except that a sponsoring employer may be either a United States national or an established business in American Samoa.History: Contractors Lic. Bd. Immigration Regulations for Employment of Aliens. eff prior to 1975. § 3.020.