Score one for CNMI Labor. They've announced that notices of application deficiencies or denials will be posted on their website.
That's great news for the contract workers who have been victimized by employers who say 'don't worry, start working; your papers are being processed'. That's been a big problem since the beginning of the Commonwealth program.
I still think the site, by itself, is a bad idea because jobless locals and aliens are among those least likely to check the Labor bulletin board every day or to have internet access.
Which brings me to a more ominous note in the public notice: "an austerity budget that requires it to use the most efficient legally permissible means possible to deliver notices." That sounds like visit us or our website to me.
But you can get it by email too, now, with the lawyerly cavil that you're still responsible for checking the website or bulletin boards.
What the heck, in the spirit of these Austerity Times and to see how I'd do on a typing test these days, the complete notice will be in the comments section. (It's easier to read if you click on the headline instead of the 'comments' below)