Guam - Guam Field Office

We are expanding our online fee payment system. Starting May 13, 2019, you will no longer be able to pay fees with a money order or cashier’s check at this office. You can still pay with a personal check, debit card, credit card, or a reloadable prepaid credit/debit card.

This office is not accepting walk-in requests or scheduling InfoPass appointments.

You can get basic information about immigration services and ask questions about your case on our Tools page without visiting an office or calling us.

If you need help with document services (such as passport stamps and advance parole) or have an emergency, contact the USCIS Contact Center at 800-375-5283 or online at my.uscis.gov/help/schedule.

Offices sometimes close because of bad weather or unexpected events. During bad weather, check this page or the main Office Closings page before traveling to make sure we are open.

Office Address: 770 East Sunset Boulevard, Suite 185, Barrigada, GU 96913
Do not send completed forms or documentation to this address. You must send your documentation to the address listed on your form. See Filing Information below.

Office Days/Hours:

Monday 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Tuesday 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Wednesday 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Friday 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Field Office Director: Rebecca F. Maliuwelur
District Director: David Gulick
Western Region

Guam Field Office to Assume Asia/Pacific Responsibilities for Certain Forms N-400, N-600, and N-600K

On Sept. 1, the Guam Field Office assumed responsibility for processing Forms N-400, N-600, and N-600K for overseas military personnel and their qualified family members in the Asia/Pacific area. We closed our field office in Seoul, South Korea, on Sept. 30.

During this transition, we are committed to providing organized and well-planned services to active-duty military personnel and qualified family members residing overseas. Officers from the Guam Field Office will travel to Asia/Pacific locations as necessary to conduct naturalization interviews and ceremonies, and perform outreach.

New Cases Filed After Seoul Field Office Closes

If you file Form N-400, N-600, or N-600K after the Seoul Field Office closes, please review the filing instructions on our website and file these forms with the appropriate USCIS Lockbox facility.

Cases That Were Pending with the Seoul Field Office

The Seoul Field Office has transferred all unprocessed cases to the Guam Field Office. If we transferred your case, you will receive a Form I-797C, Notice of Action, to document the transfer. Please refer to the Notice of Action for additional information or contact the Guam Field Office by email at guamoverseasmilnatz@uscis.dhs.gov.

General Immigration Information for Military Personnel

The Guam Field Office does not accept walk-in requests or schedule InfoPass appointments. However, you can contact the Military Help Line if you’re an active-duty service member, a military family member, or a veteran.

Our representatives are available to answer calls Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Central, excluding federal holidays. If you are stationed overseas, you may access the help line using the toll-free number through your base telephone operator or using the Defense Switched Network (DSN).

General Immigration Information for Non-Military Personnel:

For information on other services and form types that were previously processed at the Seoul Field Office, please visit their webpage.

For in-depth information about visas and U.S. passports, please check the visa services and U.S. passport sections of the Department of State’s website.

For all other concerns or to get basic information about immigration services and ask questions about a pending case, please visit uscis.gov/contactcenter.

Service Area

This office serves the Federated States of Micronesia.

This office serves Guam.

This office serves the Marshall Islands.

This office serves the Northern Mariana Islands.

This office serves Palau.

Parking and Accessibility

This office is accessible to people with disabilities.

There is free parking at the office. View a map of nearby parking lots.

For directions by car or public transportation, click the office address link at the top of this page.

Avoid Immigration Scams

Many people offer help with immigration services. Unfortunately, not all are authorized to do so. While many of these unauthorized practitioners mean well, many of them are out to scam you. This is against the law and may be considered an immigration services scam. Learn more about avoiding immigration scams and how to protect yourself.

Filing Information

Follow the instructions on the form(s) that you are filing.

Field Office Services

Field Offices handle a variety of functions, many of which you can complete online. We suggest you Ask Emma for more details about what you want to accomplish. Many times, you can complete your task via the Internet. For example, you can get Green Card help, Employment Authorization Documentation assistance, Adoptions or Citizenship information, or download forms.

Attorney or Representative Procedures

If you are an attorney, you must make an appointment with the office that has jurisdiction over your client’s residential address. You must make a separate appointment for each client you wish to discuss.

Becoming an Accredited Representative

If you are not an attorney and wish to provide the public with immigration services, you must be authorized by the Department of Justice (DOJ)'s Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR). More information is available on how an organization can apply for recognition and accreditation at the District Office.

Prohibited Items

Federal law prohibits weapons like firearms, knives, pepper spray and ammunition at any USCIS facility. Even if you have a permit for a firearm, you cannot bring it to a USCIS building. Please check your purse, briefcase, or bag and remove and safely store these items before your visit. Violators may be subject to fine and/or imprisonment. Please see Title 41, Code of Federal Regulations, Subpart C for more information.  

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