Community Briefs – April 22, 2019

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Posted on Apr 22 2019

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UOG Job Fair open to all on April 24

Job seekers islandwide are invited to attend the University of Guam Job Fair, hosted by UOG’s Career Development Office on Wednesday, April 24, at the Calvo Field House, from 9am to 2pm.  The fair will feature 30-plus employers including businesses and federal and local government entities looking for employees and interns. Attendees should come dressed professionally with copies of their resume and cover letter. (PR)

Calling Class of 1981 high school graduates

Attention to all 1981 graduate(s) of Marianas High School, Dolphins 81, and off-Island graduates in Guam or the U.S. mainland that there will be a class reunion meeting on April 25, 2019, starting at 6pm at Tech-NIC Computer Gaming, above Sherwin Williams across Bank of Hawaii on Middle Road. (PR)

Department of Agriculture phone lines out of service

Telephone lines for the Department of Agriculture’s Director’s Office, Forestry & Soil Resources, Animal Health/Animal Control, and Agriculture Development Services are currently not in service. Should you need to contact any of these divisions, call the Aquatic & Wildlife Division at 735-3955/56. (PR)

USCIS to present naturalization information session in Guam next month

Officials from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will present a free information session to the public about citizenship and the naturalization process in Guam next month.

This session will take place at the Guam Public Library Hagatna branch.

USCIS will provide information about eligibility for citizenship, how to apply online, the English and civics tests, application forms and fees and how to best interact with USCIS about individual cases. Officials will also discuss ways to avoid becoming a victim of immigration scams and provide agency updates. Free educational materials will be given out, while supplies last. (PR)

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