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VJ peepz, my cousin petitioned his fiancee and his daughter, my cousin is in Guam because he was deployed there but he previously resided in San Diego CA, so my question is, it is possible for them to enter Guam even if Guam is just only a US territory and not a state? i'm on a K1 visa too but i'm residing in california, if i wanted to go to Guam i need to file a re-entry permit so that i can go back to US.. its so confusing... help pls.. thank yall..

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Guam is part of the US and is also a valid POE. OK to enter and activate a K visa.


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VJ peepz, my cousin petitioned his fiancee and his daughter, my cousin is in Guam because he was deployed there but he previously resided in San Diego CA, so my question is, it is possible for them to enter Guam even if Guam is just only a US territory and not a state? i'm on a K1 visa too but i'm residing in california, if i wanted to go to Guam i need to file a re-entry permit so that i can go back to US.. its so confusing... help pls.. thank yall..

Are you adjusting status currently? If so, you don't need a re-entry permit, you need advance parole to travel. But I don't think you need it to travel to and from Guam, although if you want to travel there make sure you don't have to stop somewhere outside of the U.S. first. If you are already and LPR, you don't need re-entry permit to visit Guam, as you're not leaving the U.S.

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