IMPORTANT: Unfortunately, at this time, VisaHQ does not provide full service for tourist visas to Guam. All applicants must apply in person at the nearest Embassy of Guam
. Information below is for reference purposes only. Please address all questions to the Embassy of Guam directly.
Original, signed Philippines passport with at least 6 months of remaining validity.
Passport-type photograph: 1
The DS-160 barcode page. The DS-160 barcode page (you will not need the full application)
The HDFC visa application fee receipts. The HDFC visa application fee receipts
Itinerary. Copy of round trip tickets or itinerary.
Bank Statement. Copies of bank statements from the past 6 months.
Employment Letter. A letter from your employer/school (on business letterhead, with contact details), stating that a leave of absence has been granted and that you will be returning to your current job. If you are self-employed, include a copy of your business license and tax return. If you are retired please submit proof of your retirement fund.
Pay Stubs. Copies of 3 most recent pay stubs.
Hotel Reservations. Copy of the Hotel Reservations, OR
Personal Invitation. If visiting friends or family, you must provide letter of invitation with the contact information of the host and visitor, purpose and duration of the visit, confirmation of accommodation including the address, signature and date. You will also need to provide proof of the host's status in Guam ie. copy of their Guam passport's information page, or, if they are not a citizen of Guam, copies of their Guam residence permit and their national passport's information pages.
Intention of returning to the country of residence. Evidence of your intention and authority to return to your country of residence.
•letter from your employer confirming your leave and intention to return to your employment
•evidence of enrolment at school, college or university in your country of residence
•evidence of immediate family members in your country of residence
•evidence of your visa/residence status in your country of residence, and your right to return•property or other significant assets owned in your country of residence.)