Entry & Exit Formalities
Entry requirements for Guam are the same as for any U.S. destination. Although U.S. citizens are required to possess a U.S. passport, on a case-by-case basis, photo I.D. and proof of citizenship may be accepted. In general, citizens of most other countries must have a valid passport with a U.S. visa.
The Department of Homeland Security, US Customs and Boarder Protection has a new form for entry into Guam and the CNMI.
All eligible international travelers traveling to Guam or the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) without obtaining a U.S. visa must complete Form I-736 for each trip. Citizens or nationals from one of the twelve countries participating in the Guam and Commonwealth of Northern Marianas Islands (CNMI) visa waiver program (Australia, Brunei, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Nauru, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan and the United Kingdom) who travel to Guam or CNMI are required, with a few exceptions, to present a signed paper copy of the I-736 form upon arrival. For any of the following conditions, an I-736 is not required:
1) If a traveler holds a valid visa for travel to the U.S.
2) If a traveler is a citizen of Australia, Brunei, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, or the United Kingdom and has a current ESTA enrollment.
3) If a traveler from PRC holds a valid visa for travel to the U.S. and has a valid EVUS enrollment
Prior to submitting Form I-736, you may review the data for accuracy and consistency. After submitting your I-736 form for processing, you can print and sign a copy of the form to present to CBP upon your arrival. Once the I-736 form is signed and dated, it remains valid for travel for a period of seven (7) days.
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International travelers are advised to review the latest information released from official sources such as the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Please refer to these resources for the latest requirements when traveling to Guam.
Latest Announcements, Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the Visa Waiver Program (U.S. Department of Homeland Security)
Below is another resource that will advise you on preparing for entry into the U.S. Learn about the checkpoint security screening process and policies.