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Program eases process for Chinese tourists

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by Lannie Walker

Guam - The Guam Visitors Bureau continues their efforts to bring tourists to Guam. In an attempt to provide a more efficient visas application process for group travelers from China, GVB has partnered with the U.S. commercial service in Shanghai to launch the Group Leisure Program.

Acting General Manager Joanne Camacho say the program will help streamline the process for travelers from China who wish to visit Guam. "It makes it easier for travel agents to get groups to come and processing and screened and done ahead of time so when they are actually going through the embassy more transparent and really it promotes the ability to get visas to come to the us much quicker," he said.

Camacho say if the program proves to be a viable option for travelers in coming months GVB will advocate for other us consulates to implement similar programs in their cities.

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