Immigration cap unsettles Northern Mariana islanders

The self-governing Northern Mariana Islands in the Western Pacific is facing US-imposed immigration rules.

The territory has its own laws and handles its own borders, but the US can intervene when certain standards are not upheld.

Tighter regulations include limiting the number of migrant workers which is unsettling many islanders and affecting businesses.

Al Jazeera’s Marga Ortigas reports from Saipan.

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