Philippine Consulate General
Phone: 1-671-646-4620, 1-671-646-4630
Types of Services Offered: Counseling Services, Information & Referral, Legal Advocacy & Resources, Education & Training, Support Services, Employment Services, Public Assistance Services
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Upon the liberation of Guam from Japanese occupation in 1944, the United States Naval Administration, then in-charge of government affairs of the island, turned to the Philippines for skilled manpower to help in the immediate rehabilitation and reconstruction of Guam. Filipino workers came in droves to perform all kinds of work. At one time, there were around 20,000 Filipino workers on the island.
Due to the large presence of Filipino workers on Guam, the Philippine Government felt the need to establish a field office that would oversee the affairs of those workers and attend to their needs. Initially, an honorary consulate was established and Mr. Eduardo Xauduro was appointed Honorary Consul in 1945. Mr. Xauduro served in that capacity until 1952 when the Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs appointed Mr. Bartolome A. Umayam as the first career Consul and Principal Officer to Guam to supervise a permanent Consulate which was elevated to a Consulate General in 1964.
Note: Data for this listing was compiled from online sources by UOG social work students enrolled in SW110 Introduction to Community Services on Guam classes (Sections 1 and 2) in the spring semester of 2017.
- Consular Outreach Program
- Lost Passport
- Renewal for Minors
- For minors born abroad, applying for first time
- For dual or newly-registered PH citizens
- Change in Name
- Travel Document
- Authentication / Acknowledgment ·
- Solemnization of Marriage
- Report of Marriage
- Report of Birth
- Report of Death and/or Consular Mortuary Certificate
- Dual Citizenship
- Waiver of Exclusion Ground
- Certificate of Not the Same Person
- Balikbayan Program
- Transport of Pets
- NBI Clearance
- Renewal of Philippine Driver's License
- Securing a J1-Waiver
- PH Requirements for Medical Missions
- Departure Formalities
Marciano De Borja
ITC Building, Suite 601 Marine Corps Drive Corner Chalan San Antonio, Tamuning, GUAM, GUAM
P.O. Box 9880, Tamuning, GUAM, GUAM
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Hours of Operation:
The Consulate is open to the public from 9:00am to 5:00pm (no lunch break), Mondays through Fridays.
For emergency consular assistance after office hours or during weekends and holidays, please call the duty officer at mobile no. (671) 488-4630.