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GENERAL ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 

IDENTIFICATION CREDENTIALS FOR OFFICIAL TRAVEL 
  •  US Military--Military personnel do not require passports but do require military ID cards and travel orders. 

  •  US Government civilians--No-fee passport required for PCS civilian personnel assigned to Guam. ]
(1) Explanation: Although PCS to most US possessions does not normally required a passport, PCS to Guam requires one in case of medical or other emergency evacuation (typhoon, etc.) to a country that requires it.

(2) PCS travelers who have submitted an application for a no-fee passport may proceed to Guam on a regular tourist passport obtained at personal expense (not reimbursable). They may also proceed on ID card and orders provided they do not transit Japan en route to Guam.

Civilian personnel
who fly to or from Guam with a stopover or transit of airports in Japan require either a no-fee or a tourist passport. When applying for a no-fee passport for that purpose, state the following in Block 17 of DD Form 1056: Commercial contract aircraft transiting Japan en route to/from Guam.

Civilian personnel
may travel to Guam on proof of US citizenship and orders provided they do not transit Japan en route to or from Guam. For what constitutes proof of citizenship and identify, see the Foreign Clearance Manual, C3.2.2. 
  • Eligible family members-- No-fee passport required for eligible family members of PCS personnel assigned to Guam. See I.A.2.a and b, above, for details.
Information on obtaining official "no-fee" passports and visas is available at http://dodpassportmatters.hqda.pentagon.mil/ (.mil/.gov domain restricted). 

 IDENTIFICATION CREDENTIALS FOR LEAVE TRAVEL

  • 1. Military personnel on leave do not require passports but do require military ID cards and leave orders.
  • 2. Civilian personnel--US citizens do not require a passport but do require proof of US citizenship and personal identity. For what constitutes proof of citizenship and identity, see the Foreign Clearance Manual, C3.2.2.
  • 3. Personnel Clearances required for leave travel: None.
  • 4. Requirements to register with the US Embassy: None.
IMMUNIZATIONS AND OTHER MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS 
For DoD immunization requirements and sources of additional information on immunization, see the Foreign Clearance Manual, C3.1.3 and C3.2.3.

IMMIGRATION, CUSTOMS, OR QUARANTINE INSPECTIONS
1. Customs inspection is performed in accordance with Foreign Assets Control Regulations. Appropriate certificates of origin are required.
2. All personnel are subject to Foreign Assets Control and Agricultural Inspection. To eliminate delays when landing at Andersen AFB, aircraft commanders will have General Declaration Customs Form 7507 completed and attached to crew and passenger manifest. These will be readily available for presentation to Guam Agriculture inspectors at the aircraft.
3. Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) inspections are conducted in accordance with federal laws and regulations. All arriving crewmembers and passengers are subject to immigration inspection. Immigration inspection is required for all foreign nationals arriving at Andersen AFB, regardless of departure point. The pilot must relay a message to base operations at least two (2) hours before arrival indicating the presence of civilians aboard and request immigration inspection. Add "immigration check required" in item 18 ("Other Information") of the ICAO flight plan. Immigration inspections will be accelerated if each foreign national completes a US immigration form I-94 prior to arrival. POC for Guam customs and immigration information or documentation is COMNAVMARIANAS Guam (N3), Box 14, FPO AP 96536-0051; commercial 671-349-5231 (DSN 349-5231).

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