Governor draws attention to H-2B and CBP issues in D.C.

HAGÅTÑA, Guam — A solution to H-2B visa denials and securing sufficient Customs & Border Protection personnel to assist the timely processing of Guam’s growing tourist arrivals were among a range of issues Gov. Edward B. Calvo discussed the week of Nov. 21 in Washington, D.C. Accompanied by Jay Rojas, administrator of the Guam Economic Development Authority, and Margaret Metcalfe, the governor’s liaison in Washington, D.C., the governor had appointments with Vice President-elect Michael R. Pence, U.S. Deputy Secretary of Secretary Robert O. Work and more than 20 governors and was scheduled . . .

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