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1. General Provisions - click for more -
assuming that § 41.0303 literally or implicitly encompasses initial authorizations to remain, the board remains ultimately responsible under A.S.C.A. § 41.0205(1) for the attorney general's decisions in these matters.   - Vaela’a v. Sunia, 1 A.S.R.3d 134 (Trial Div. 1997)

the Governor was, and still is, without authority to grant amnesty to undocumented aliens under his constitutional pardoning power or by other means.  The governor can be empowered with that authority only by constitutional amendment or by legislative enactment.   - Vaela’a v. Sunia, 1 A.S.R.3d 134 (Trial Div. 1997)

The Governor was, and still is, without authority to grant amnesty to undocumented aliens, who have not been convicted of any criminal offense related to their illegal presence in American Samoa, in the absence of an effective constitutional amendment or legislation authorizing the governor to grant amnesty to undocumented aliens.   - Vaela’a v. Sunia, 1 A.S.R.3d 134 (Trial Div. 1997)

2. Immigration Board - click for more -
The board did not lose either its authority to make or responsibility for consummated decisions to grant first authorizations to remain simply by delegating any such power to the attorney general.   - Vaela’a v. Sunia, 1 A.S.R.3d 134 (Trial Div. 1997)

3. Exclusion
4. Deportation
a. General Provisions
b. Procedures
c. Grounds
d. Stay of Order
5. Sponsors