Officials of the Guam Customs and Quarantine Agency have begun the process of updating the Customs service fee schedule and hope to have the new fees in place by the end of the year. As part of the fee restructuring the agency hopes to assess the U.S. military for Customs services and will ask Attorney General Alicia G. Limtiaco for an opinion about the legality of doing so.The agency's current fee schedule has not been updated in a decade and is assessed on a per-shipment basis; the agency plans to change that. "We want to convert . . .
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