Official advice for New Zealanders living and travelling overseas

  • Reviewed: 15 August 2017, 15:30 NZST
  • Still current at: 22 October 2017
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There are no significant security risks in Guam but normal safety and security measures should be taken to ensure personal safety.

Security
Guam is an unincorporated territory of the United States of America. The Guam Office of Homeland Security and Civil Defense provides information on any security alerts. For current releases, see the Guam Homeland Security press releases page. They also have several ‘In Case of Emergency’ fact sheets available about preparedness. See the Guam Homeland Security website for further information.

The Guam Office of Homeland Security and Civil Defense advises the community to stay up to date by listening to the news or following their social media outlets. These are listed below:

Facebook: Guam Homeland Security/Office of Civil Defense

Twitter: @ghsocd

Instagram: @guamhomelandsecurity

General travel advice
As Guam is an unincorporated territory of the United States, we recommend also reading our travel advice for the United States of America.

New Zealanders travelling or living in Guam should have a comprehensive travel insurance policy in place that includes provision for medical evacuation by air. 

New Zealanders in Guam are advised to register their details with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.


The New Zealand Consulate-General Honolulu, United States of America is accredited to Guam

Street Address Suite 2020, Pacific Guardian Center, 733 Bishop Street, Honolulu, HI 96813 Postal Address 733 Bishop St, Suite 2020, Honolulu, HI 96813. Telephone +1 808 675 5555 Fax +1 808 675 5561 Email HLUEnquiries@mfat.govt.nz

See our regional advice for the Pacific

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Accredited New Zealand Consulate-General United States of America

Street Address
Suite 2020, Pacific Guardian Center, 733 Bishop Street, Honolulu, HI 96813

Telephone: +1 808 675 5555

Fax: +1 808 675 5561

Email: HLUEnquiries@mfat.govt.nz

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