BY JOY WHITE
The government of Guam is working to establish a driver’s licenses satellite office at Agana Shopping Center.
“At this point we’re finalizing the layout and waiting on equipment,” Oyaol Ngirairikl, director of communications at the Office of the Governor, told the Journal. “The goal is to alleviate the lines at the Department of Revenue and Taxation and provide increased convenience for residents.”
In the meantime, DRT is working to ensure it is compliant with the Real ID Act, which establishes minimum security standards for state-issued driver’s licenses . . .
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