How to enter Guam

Foreign visitors entering Guam using the Visa Waiver Program are required to submit an “ESTA” (Electronic System for Travel Authorization) application. Some foreign visitors may use the Guam-CNMI Visa Waiver Program, in which case an ESTA is not required. To learn more about the different visa waiver programs and guidelines please visit www.cpb.gov.

Japan

Visitors with ESTA are exempt from submitting immigration documents (I-736 and I-94) and the immigration inspection will be simplified. ESTA is basically valid for 2 years and it will give visitors the eligibility to travel to the United States including Guam under the VMP. If you have traveled to the United States including Hawaii or Guam with your current passport, and your ESTA is not expired, you can also use the APC (Automated Passport Control) to simplify the immigration procedure.

South Korea

Visitors with ESTA are exempt from submitting immigration documents (I-736 and I-94) and the immigration inspection will be simplified. ESTA is basically valid for 2 years and it will give visitors the eligibility to travel to the United States including Guam under the VMP. If you have traveled to the United States including Hawaii or Guam with your current passport, and your ESTA is not expired, you can also use the APC (Automated Passport Control) to simplify the immigration procedure.


 

Hong Kong

Visitors with ESTA are exempt from submitting immigration documents (I-736 and I-94) and the immigration inspection will be simplified. ESTA is basically valid for 2 years and it will give visitors the eligibility to travel to the United States including Guam under the VMP. If you have traveled to the United States including Hawaii or Guam with your current passport, and your ESTA is not expired, you can also use the APC (Automated Passport Control) to simplify the immigration procedure.

Taiwan

Visitors with ESTA are exempt from submitting immigration documents (I-736 and I-94) and the immigration inspection will be simplified. ESTA is basically valid for 2 years and it will give visitors the eligibility to travel to the United States including Guam under the VMP. If you have traveled to the United States including Hawaii or Guam with your current passport, and your ESTA is not expired, you can also use the APC (Automated Passport Control) to simplify the immigration procedure.

Phillipines

Visitors with ESTA are exempt from submitting immigration documents (I-736 and I-94) and the immigration inspection will be simplified. ESTA is basically valid for 2 years and it will give visitors the eligibility to travel to the United States including Guam under the VMP. If you have traveled to the United States including Hawaii or Guam with your current passport, and your ESTA is not expired, you can also use the APC (Automated Passport Control) to simplify the immigration procedure.

Russia

Visitors with ESTA are exempt from submitting immigration documents (I-736 and I-94) and the immigration inspection will be simplified. ESTA is basically valid for 2 years and it will give visitors the eligibility to travel to the United States including Guam under the VMP. If you have traveled to the United States including Hawaii or Guam with your current passport, and your ESTA is not expired, you can also use the APC (Automated Passport Control) to simplify the immigration procedure.

About Guam Customs i736ENG

Do you have ESTA?
Yes
No

Visitors with ESTA are exempt from submitting immigration documents (I-736 and I-94) and the immigration inspection will be simplified. ESTA is basically valid for 2 years and it will give visitors the eligibility to travel to the United States including Guam under the VMP. If you have traveled to the United States including Hawaii or Guam with your current passport, and your ESTA is not expired, you can also use the APC (Automated Passport Control) to simplify the immigration procedure.

You do not need to submit immigration documents when entering Guam.

How long are you staying on Guam?
Less than 45 days
46 to 90 days
Over 91 days
 
 
Guam-CNMI VWP (Visa Waiver Program) will be applied.

You do not need to submit immigration documents when entering Guam.

 
VWP (Visa Waiver Program) will be applied.

You do not need to submit immigration documents when entering Guam.

 
You need to apply for a visa.

You do not need to submit immigration documents when entering Guam.

 
You must submit the “Guam Custom Agriculture Declaration Form Mandatory Declaration” (③)

*This information is valid as of March 2017. Information may be changed anytime, so please check the latest information.

About U.S. VWP (Visa Waiver Program)

Visas’ will be waived if you meet all the following criteria:

  • You are a national of a “Visa Waiver Program (VMP)” country;
  • Have a valid passport (The expiration date must be beyond your departure date.
  • Carry an electronic passport with a digital chip and a machine-readable zone.
  • Have a return ticket or onward ticket to most non-U.S. destinations.
  • Traveling for tourism or short-term business.
  • Plan to travel to the U.S. (including Guam) for 90 days or less.

https://ceac.state.gov/genniv

What is ESTA?

ESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorization) is an automated system implemented by United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on August 1, 2008 under the Visa Waiver Program (VMP), for travelers who plan to stay in the U.S. (including Guam) for 90 days or less. ESTA can be applied online. (With a fee, valid for 2 years). And if you are traveling to Unites States mainland, you are obligated to obtain ESTA.

Online Official ESTA Application Waiver Program

About Guam-CNMI Visa Waiver Program

ESTA is not required if you are a National of an eligible country under the Guam-CNMI Visa Waiver Program and your stay does not exceed 45 days. However, you must submit immigration documents I-736 and I-94 when entering Guam. For a list of eligible countries under the Guam-CNMI Visa Waiver Program visit www.cpb.gov.

If you are a National of a visa-waiver country or a Guam-CNMI visa waiver country but have traveled to the following places on or after March 1, 2011:

Iran, Iraq, Sudan, Syria, Libya, Somalia or Yemen
And if you do not have ESTA,
You can use the Guam-CNMI Visa Waiver Program (Guam-CNMI VWP). However, your admission to Guam is not a guarantee, it will be decided by an official so we recommend you apply for a visa.

And if you have ESTA
Your ESTA will most likely be denied so we recommend you apply for a visa. If you are an ESTA holder, you are not able to use Guam-CNMI Visa Waiver Program (Guam-CNMI VWP).

For more details, please visit>
Visa Waiver Program

How to fill out I-736

If you are visiting Guam as a tourist or short-term business and have a return ticket, you can stay in Guam for a period not to exceed 45 days. The form must be filled out in black or blue pen and in English. Your passport must be valid beyond your departure date.

Please ensure to fill out the form completely from 1 to 11, especially 6 and 9. Failure to do so may result in getting in line to wait for your turn again.

Online Official ESTA Application Waiver Program

(As of March 2017)

Form must be filled out in English.

(I-736 will be submitted with I-94. You do not need to fill in the back side of the form.)

1 Surnames/Family Names (exactly as in passport)
2 First Name
3 Other Names Used (Christian Name etc.)
4 Date of Birth (Day/Month/Year)
5 Place of Birth (City and Country)
6 Passport Number
7 Date Passport Issued (Day/Month/Year)
8 Have you applied for an immigrant or nonimmigrant U.S. visa before? (if yes, complete the following)
8-(1) Place you applied
8-(2) Date you applied (Day/Month/Year)
8-(3) Type of visa requested
8-(4) If the visa was issued
8-(5) If your U.S. visa have ever been cancelled
9 if you have a contagious disease or have criminal record etc.
10 Signature
11 Date (Day/Month/Year)

How to fill out I-94

You do not need to fill in the back side of the form. Form must be filled out in English.

1 Family Name
2 First (Given) Name
3 Birth Date (Day/Month/Year)
4 Country of Citizenship
5 Sex (Male or Female)
6 Passport Number
7 Airline and Flight Number
8 Country Where You Live
9 City Where You Boarded
10 City Where Visa was Issued
11 Date Issued (Day/Month/Year)
12 Address While in the Unitited States (Number and Street)
13 City and State
14 Family Name
15 First (Given) Name
16 Birth Date (Day/Month/Year)
17 Country of Citizenship

 

(As of March 2017)

 

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This form is mandatory for all visitors with or without a visa. The declaration may include yourself and up to 7 accompanying family members who reside with you and have the same last name. If more than 7, you must fill out the information on extra form.

 

(As of March 2017)

For more details about entering Guam, please visit Guam Visitors Bureau Official Website. https://www.visitguam.com/plan/entry-exit/