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Household Moves & Freight to Guam: Latest Updates

Like many other Pacific Islands, the population of Guam has been affected by the arrival of COVID-19. On March 14, Guam’s Governor, Lou Leon Guerrero, declared a public health emergency, suspending non-essential government operations and banning large gatherings to minimize the spread of COVID-19 on the island. Practically, this means that schools are closed, parks and beaches are closed and all businesses considered non-essential are closed as well. As a transportation and logistics company critical in supporting Guam’s supply chain, DeWitt Guam is considered an essential business. Both DeWitt Guam and our DeWitt sister companies will continue to remain open and operational to keep both […]

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The Complete Guide to Moving Your Pets to Guam

For many people, pets are family, and it’s impossible to conceive of a move that doesn’t allow for bringing the family dog or cat. If you’re in this camp—and you’re relocating to Guam—you should know that Guam is a rabies-free island. As such, you will need to do some planning to 1) make sure that your dog or cat can make the trip with you and 2) that they’ll spend the least amount of time possible in quarantine. In this article, we’ll walk you through the entire process of moving your pet to Guam so you’ll know exactly what to expect. We’ll also provide you […]

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Guam Customs: Preparing for Your Move

Guam’s status as a U.S. territory has long created confusion for those traveling or moving to the island. We hear questions all the time, like: “Is a flight from the mainland to Guam considered international or domestic?” Or: “Do U.S. citizens need to bring their passports when they fly to Guam?”  However, perhaps the most common question we deal with on a daily basis is:   “Do I have to go through customs when I move to Guam?   (Or move back to the mainland?)”  The short answer? Yes.   We’ll walk you through the longer answer in this article to address pretty much everything we think you need […]

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Three Letters That Will Help You Decide if Relocating to Guam Is Right for You 

Relocating to a 210-square-mile island in a relatively remote area of the Pacific is a big decision. It will likely mean a big change in lifestyle that will ask you to adapt most of your old habits to completely different circumstances. How can you really know whether it’s the right move for you—and for anyone else, you might be bringing with you?  You’ll probably turn to Google to do some research. Maybe you’ll be lucky enough to have friends or family who has spent time on Guam who can offer you their perspective.  However, in our opinion, one of the best ways to understand what it’s […]

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Want to Live Somewhere Sunny That’s Not LA or Miami? Move to Guam!

Guest Blogger: Louie Hughes  (image: Wikimedia Commons) Enjoying life in a tropical paradise is a dream for many, especially for people in the Northern Hemisphere. In the mainland, lots of Americans make it a point to go on vacation somewhere south during the colder months, and the usual destination is a beach town or an island. Others even take things a step further by getting a rest house or moving altogether. When thinking about a sunny place in the US, the first names that come to mind are probably Florida in the East Coast, AKA the Sunshine State, and California in the West Coast. Cities in […]

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Finding a Home: Guam Real Estate

As you plan your move to Guam, it’s easy to imagine enjoying the outdoor lifestyle and mild climate. From scuba diving at the beach to shopping at a vibrant retail center, Guam lives up to its reputation as a tropical paradise with a modern vibe. The rich Chamorro culture that lives on in traditional food, festivals and art also sends a welcoming message to newcomers. But what about living on Guam? Finding a new place to call home in a distant locale can be daunting, especially if you’re thinking about purchasing vs. renting a home. Realty listings can be confusing if you don’t know much about […]

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