November 4, 2017 (Hagatna) – This evening, the United States Pacific Command hosted an event in Hawaii and Governor Eddie Baza Calvo had an opportunity to speak directly with President Trump about the H2B issue on Guam.
“I have been working diligently to resolve the H2B issue on Guam, and tonight, I had a chance to address my concerns to the President and he assured me that it will be resolved,” said Governor Calvo.
The H2B issue started at the end of the Obama administration and compromises national security as well as negatively impacting our fragile economy. The Governor also expressed how hard he has tried to work with United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), including the recently appointed Director Cissna.
“I also had a chance to meet with President Trump’s Chief of Staff, John Kelly, and we will be working together as an order by the President to move forward in finally resolving the H2B crisis,” added Governor Calvo. “My dear people of Guam, this is great news for us and I look forward to our continued work, together with the President, towards a successful island and nation.”

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