(a) When any person ceases to hold the professional, business, employment, matrimonial or other status which entitled him under the provisions of this title or the rules of the Board to enter or remain in American Samoa, he shall for the purposes of this title, be deemed to be a person seeking to enter American Samoa from the date when he ceases to hold such status.
(b) If the person has not notified the Attorney General within 15 days of his change of status, his presence and the presence of his family and dependents in American Samoa shall become unlawful.History: 1984, PL 18-52 § 2.
When a person loses the status which entitled him to enter or remain in the territory, he has no further right to remain indefinitely. A.S.C.A. § 41.0407. Rakhshan v. Immigration Board (Mem.), 13 A.S.R.2d 25 (1989).