Any alien who has entered or remained in American Samoa as a spouse of an American Samoan, United States National, or an alien approved for employment, “who becomes divorced shall be subject to having his/her right to remain revoked unless good and sufficient cause exists for allowing the person to remain. In determining good and sufficient cause, the board will consider, but not be limited to:

(a) Length of stay in American Samoa;

(b) Employment or ability to care for oneself and family;

(c) Housing arrangements;

(d) Hardship;

(e) Children;

(f) Police and health records; and

(g) Sponsorship, and posting of a bond and one-way air fare for all affected person, and valid passports or travel documents.

History: Rule 3-86, eff 7 Dec 86.