One step toward a visa waiver; Guam likely to attract Chinese tourists journalists say

HAGÅTÑA Guam and HOUSTON - delegation from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security visited Guam to brief officials and the community about changes in the Guam visa-waiver program and about the ways in which the federalization of Northern Mariana Islands immigration requirements will impact Guam. While not a breakthrough the news holds promise in the island's quest for a visa-waiver program that will include tourists from China and possibly Russia. The Guam Visitors Bureau held a press conference with the DHS delegation at the Hyatt Regency Guam on Jan. 14 . . .

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