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Helpful Articles - Moving to Guam

Our Insider’s Guide to Living on Guam

Hafa adai! You’ll hear this Chamoru greeting often if you decide to join the 167,000+ people who currently make their home on the island of Guam. It’s pronounced HOF-A-DAY, and you might want to try it out a few times before you make the move so you’re ready to greet your fellow islanders with enthusiasm. If you’re serious about relocating to Guam, you’ll probably have a number of questions about living here, including things like:  Where are the best places to live on Guam? What kind of rents might I expect to see? Where will I shop? What can I do on my days off?  To help you answer these […]

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Shipping Your Car to/from Guam? Here’s What You Need to Know!

Are you the kind of person who can’t bear the idea of letting your car go? Maybe you finally found the vehicle of your dreams—the one you’ve always wanted to call your own. Maybe your car is a reliable workhorse you can always depend on. Or, maybe your vehicle is just a comfortable, familiar one that you’d hate to part with.  No matter the reasons, many people consider shipping their car when they move to and from Guam. If you find yourself in this position, we’ll show you everything you need to know. We’ll cover your options for shipping, how to prepare your car for its journey, what paperwork you need, how the process works from start to finish, and how to find the right shipping […]

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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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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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Leaving Guam? Here’s How to Ship Your Motorcycle Safely and Easily 

When you decide to leave Guam, getting your possessions to your new home will be one of your top concerns. In our experience, everyone has a few prized possessions they’re particularly worried about. If you own a motorcycle on Guam, your bike probably falls into that category.   There are good reasons to worry about moving your motorcycle off Guam. Ocean transit can subject your bike to a number of different forces, ones that can wreak havoc with delicate equipment. Additionally, if you don’t have your paperwork and preparations in order, your bike may be subject to significant delays and difficulties.  After shipping hundreds of motorcycles off Guam, we’ve put together four tips to help you ship your bike safely and efficiently. By following these guidelines, you’ll do your part to ensure that your motorcycle […]

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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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