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Now in standby 3

In Guam, a Tropic Tempest Alert is now valid as Taifun-Melor casks nearer to our area. At 10:00 this mornin', Guam was put on standby three. Taifun Melor is heading due to move westward at 6 mph and is scheduled to move westward and northwesterly for the next 12 to 24hrs.

Meanwhile, Melor is due 50 leagues south of Saipan on Saturday afternoons. National Weather Service says Melor is a Category 4 typhoon that could very likely be converted into a supertype ion within the next 24hrs. They will be asked to keep out of the waters as we will see storms of 1-2' above the tides and dangerous waves of 10-13' with lethal streams.

Further possible windstorm impacts are precipitation from 2-4" until early Sunday. Was Jeremiah Isezaki to be acquitted of the charge? Was Jeremiah Isezaki to be acquitted of the charge?

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Guam-Linked worker denies visa, but 76 H-2B worker now on the isle

The H-2B rejected at least 33 qualified immigrant labourers who were to work on Guam's defence missions. Some of the vouchers were refused, one labourer said, because the last few years ago, when they were working in Guam, the labourers supposedly overdid their vouchers.

In spite of the set-back, Guam now has 76 H-2B operatives from the Philippines, which includes the entry of a second group of alien operatives to help with more than $200 million dollars of hangingar operations at Andersen Air Force Base. Guam's new H-2B employees and those whose application for visas was rejected were recruited by PHC Corp., a sub-contractor for a Core Tech International, Amec Foster Wheeler and SK Engineering and Construction Co. sp.

Ltd. which was selected for the pedestal-based hanger project. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services granted all PHC Corp. Petition for 333 H-2B employees, but these still need to obtain a permit at the MMA. "We' re expecting another 32 to 40 employees in early July," says PHC Corp.

A Guam-linked Philippine laborer awaiting an interview at the Philippines Dispatch said nine of his associates were rejected for their H-2B vetoes on June 21 alone, six of them welding men. According to the workman, the rejection was due to an "excessive stay in Guam" in 2016 during her former occupation on the Isle.

In the Guam Ministry of Labour, Greg Massey, manager of the Department for the Handling and Certifying of Aliens, said that the refusal of visas is customary for some foreigners for several reason. "Rejecting people for earlier stays is evidence that the system works and that there are implications for earlier stays.

The GDOL is conscious that some employees have stayed too long, but the figures are relatively small," Massey said on Thursday. Massey said the Department of Labor is also working in close cooperation with the USCIS and U.S. Department of State Manila Embassy Defraud Unit to support them in their national H-2B programme missions.

Massy said USCIS has so far cleared petitions for 654 H-2B operatives for Guam. 76 of them have already joined the company. So far, a series of 2,020 H-2B items have been applied for in 2018, Massey said. Formerly Guam had up to 1,500 H-2B employees, but in 2015 the German authorities began to reject applications for new homes.

These refusals finally resulted in Guam no longer having H-2B employees from the beginning of May 2018. Government personnel have supported the adoption of H-2B-petitions to the Island, and the 2018 defence budgets allow Guam to spend up to 4,000 per year on the reorientation of the Navy to Guam.

But Guam is still struggling to obtain H-2B visa for civil use.

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