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Moving to Guam from the U.S.
Moving to Guam just got easier. At International Sea & Air Shipping we carefully plan and execute every single phase of your relocation to perfection. With us you can rest assured about the safety of your possessions and look forward to a stress-free moving experience.
We will make your transition to Guam as seamless as possible because of our top-rated international shipping and relocation services for all of your household goods. We even provide customs clearance assistance, custom crating and packing and much more!
When you choose International Sea & Air Shipping, you're choosing the best for your international move to Guam.
How International Sea & Air Shipping can help for moving to Guam
When you choose us, you'll benefit from our vast expertise in international shipping. With our expert advice, you can tackle moving issues such as:
- When is your expected departure?
- How much will you be moving to Guam? Will you be shipping a vehicle?
- Are you moving to Guam alone or with family? For business or personal reasons?
How Much Will it Cost to Move to Guam?
The cost to move to Guam will vary based on the amount of goods you're shipping. The cubic volume of your goods directly impacts the cost of your move to Guam. Services such as auto transport will be added in addition to household goods. Because Guam is located close to Indonesia and Philippines, the time required to ship goods from the United States to Guam is quite long.
Call today to schedule your home inspection so one of our moving experts can appraise your items and provide you with an accurate estimate for your household shipment.
Guam is an organized, unincorporated territory of United States located in the western Pacific Ocean. It is one of five US territories.
The island has a popularly elected legislature that is governed by a governor with members of legislature, known as senators. Guam also elects one non-voting delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives.
Guam is the largest Micronesian island and is the 32nd largest island of United States. It is the southernmost and largest island in the Mariana island chain. Other countries in the neighborhood include Indonesia, Philippines, and Papua New Guinea.
The economy is supported by tourism, its principal industry and its major source of income. The other large source of income for Guam is the U.S. Armed Forces.
Customs Regulations for Guam:
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR ENTRY|
If entering from the U.S. entry requirements are the same for any U.S. destination:
- U.S. Passport or Photo ID and Proof of Citizenship
Entering from outside U.S.
- U.S. Visas
- H1B Visa is the primary work visa for foreigners in Guam
- H2B visa is available for temporary or seasonal work in Guam
- Student visas for advanced study in Guam
- Bill of Lading/Air Waybill
- Inventory list
- US Customs form 3299
- Household goods must be in the owner's possession for at least three (3) months prior to entry and not for the purpose of resale
- Customer should be present at the time of import
- Required documents must arrive at least 4 days prior to shipment
- Illegal drugs
- Weapons and ammunitions
- Pornographic material
- Live plants, flowers, vegetables, fruits
- Milk products, meat products
- Counterfeit products or money
- Wildlife and fish endangered or otherwise
- Articles or products manufactured from wildlife such as clothing, purses, carvings, etc.
- Cuban cigars from any country
- Lighters WITHOUT fuel are permitted in checked baggage or a maximum of two lighters WITH fuel if properly enclosed in Dept. of Transportation approved case
- 200 cigarettes
- 50 Cigars
- 2000 grams of tobacco
- Gifts equaling $100 USD
- Cats and dogs require a valid entry permit ($20 USD) and:
- Health certificate dated not more than 10 days prior to shipment
- A rabies vaccination certificate for pets over 3 months old, dated no less than 30 days and not more than 1 year prior to shipment
- Immunization certificate
- Microchip implant
- OIE-FAVIN Rabies blood test
- Confirmed reservation for 5 days in the quarantine facility
- Vehicles must meet U.S. motor vehicle safety standards and EPA standards
- Vehicles owned for three months or less are subject to 4 percent tax
- Required documents:
- Certificate of Title and Registration -copies
- Commercial/purchase invoice -must be original
- Insurance certificate
- Driver's license -current copy
- DOT/EPA Form to be completed and signed by owner
NOTE - Customs regulations are subject to change at any time. The proceeding information is a brief summary of customs regulations applicable to household goods shipments to this destination and is being provided for general guidance to assist our Agents and Customers.Since such regulations are subject to change without notice, International sea & air shipping cannot be held liable for any costs, damage, delays, or other detrimental events resulting from non-compliance.Always double check with your local embassy or consulate.
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Motto : Where America's Day Begins|
Capital : Hagatna (Agana)
National Anthem : Guam's Hymn
Location : Oceania, island in the North Pacific Ocean, about three-quarters of the way from Hawaii to the Philippines
Area : Total : 544 sq km
Land : 544 sq km
Climate : Tropical marine; generally warm and humid, moderated by northeast trade winds; dry season (January To June), rainy season (July To December); little seasonal temperature variation
Water : N/A
Nationality : Guamanian(s) (US citizens)
Population : 183,286 (July 2011 est.)
Major Cities : HAGATNA (capital) 153,000 (2009)
Languages : English 38.3%, Chamorro 22.2%, Philippine languages 22.2%, other Pacific island languages 6.8%, Asian languages 7%, other languages 3.5% (2000 census)
GDP : $2.5 billion (2005 est.)
Exchange Rates : The US dollar is used
Airports : 5 (2010)
Roadways : Total : 1,045 km (2008)
Waterways : N/A
Ports & Terminals : Apra Harbor