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AddressSuite 601-602, ITC Building, Marine Drive
Tamuning, Guam 96913
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Fri, 27 Jul 2012 22:13 EDT
Direct Hiring Jobs
Is there really direct hiring in construction now in Guam?If any, who handles it here in the Philippines.Many of my fellow Filipinos pays large amount because of a promise job in Guam.
Mon, 25 Jun 2012 02:01 EDT
Contact Number
I have been trying to get a hold of anyone from the Phil. Consulate in Guam via phone but failed. The sole phone number listed yields a busy signal throughout the day. Is this number working or is there another number that I can call? It is very frustrating but then again this is a Philippine Agency, what should I expect?
Sat, 2 Jun 2012 12:33 EDT
h2b visa to guam
i applied for guam through agent person,saying that there is a direct hiring jobs in a military this true?
Princess Magaling Mendiola
Wed, 30 May 2012 01:13 EDT
My husband is an alien for now. we are working on his immigration status. our neighbor has helped us pay for his Immigration Status Fees,we are thankful, but our problem is that they are asking for too much. my husband is an auto mechanic he fixes cars. with my husband having no job he's does a little backyard mechanic for our close friends and family including our neighbor. we pay for rent which is 200 hundred a month, plus we have to owe back the 2,000 we borrowed from our neighbor for the I.S.F.. but it doesn't mean that even though my husband isn't working and he stays at home that he has to work around the house. we are paying for rent and he gets mad if my husband don't do anything. i pay the rent maybe 3 days early than the actual payment day. but they suggest we pay even earlier than the week we have to pay and i always pay on time with the right amount. for the 2,000 we borrowed he ask for a loan of 3,500 we borrowed 2,000 the rate of it all together is 21%. so we only pay have to pay 150 because we borrowed most of it... the most problem is that we writes down all the money that we're borrowed and my husband who has fixed his car, his girlfriend's car, his girlfriend's mother's car and his girlfriends mother's car my husband doesn't get paid for the labor at all and my husband don't write down on a piece of paper of how much money is owed. my husband sold our car but the money didn't go to us he gave it to them because they need it most and we are the one struggling.our neighbor said that we could use his other car to drop me off to work, but lately it is hard to look for a ride to work I took a taxi one night to get home and the last of our money went to the payment of the taxi. they know we don't have money,yet they are asking for the payment of the loan. this is slavery and they are not treating my husband right will u help us pls ?
Ediberto T. Martizano
Wed, 23 May 2012 20:37 EDT
advise is needed
I am traveling to Canada I was advise to obtain police certificate from any country where i lived for more than six months.I need to have a police cert from Guam.Kindly advise me on what do to.I am presently residing in Philippines.thanks
Tue, 15 May 2012 21:02 EDT
I'm morris can you please send me a invitation in seminar on may 27 .my email is
Wed, 25 Apr 2012 11:38 EDT
I was born in Guam. I now reside in the Philippines for the past ten years. I am required to get a birth certificate here in the Philippines issued by the National statistics. How do I go about getting one? Please post requirements or steps in doing so. I hope to hear from you soon.
kary balagosa
Sat, 17 Dec 2011 23:25 EST
h2b visa
im waiting guam usa
Mon, 31 Oct 2011 00:20 EDT
guam buildup news

Mon, 19 Sep 2011 03:11 EDT
Naval Base Guam
Can I ask if they have a direct hiring in construction in naval base guam???

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