The U.S. territorial island of Guam is located in the Micronesia islands of the South Pacific and as such, has the rights and privileges of the United States. Guam marriage records are maintained on the island by the Guam Vital Records office and you can request a copy of the marriage certificate from that office. Send your request to:
Office of Vital Statistics
123 Chalan Kareta
Mangilao, GU 96913
If you’re requesting Guam marital records away from the island, you should submit certain information such as your full name, the date of the marriage, copy of photo identification, handling instructions (if any) and include a stamped, self-address envelope. Also, include the search fee of $10 payable to the Treasurer of Guam (note that personal checks aren’t accepted). Marriage records can reveal a wealth of information about your ancestors or someone who is in your life and you want to research his or hers’ background information.
Guam Marriage License Records
Another way you may want to search through Guam marital records or any other vital records is to use one of the many available Internet search sites. These sites offer thorough investigative services that can be your link to valuable data you need to find for personal or business reasons. The powerful databases and search engines that they use to search through records only take a small amount of information from you to initiate the search and deliver a full report on the results. If you want the data for legal reasons you’ll want to ensure that the information is accurate and up to date, so an Internet search may be best for you. The fees they charge are reasonable and you’ll likely receive a report within minutes. No one will ever know that it was you who requested the search because the information is encrypted – and you never have to reveal why you want the data or who you are. It’s an easy and fast way to search for information you may need. Most Internet search services are reputable and you can search online for one that specifically meets your needs. Some will search through records from other states if the information isn’t found in one state – and you never pay a fee if the search reveals no results. With all the information now available in a public forum, these Internet search services perform a valuable service in taking some of the load off of the state level. As you can imagine, there’s an overwhelming amount of information for the individual states (and territories) to compile and record – and few personnel to handle the load. Since the advent of the Internet, people are turning more and more to finding what they need by going online. If you want to know more about how an Internet search service can help you find important data, including Guam marriage records, click on the link.