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Immigration process #6865

  • Toby
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Does anyone know anything about the immigration process to stay and work in Aruba long term? Is it a difficult, long drawn out deal? Or is it relatively easy to get a visa?
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RE:Immigration process #7993

In order to stay and work in Aruba you will need a Valid permit to reside from the office of the Directorate of Alien Integration, Policy and Admission (DIMAS). this are the initial steps, would you like to know what are the requirements to obtain the permit?
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RE:Immigration process #8083

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Toby wrote:
Does anyone know anything about the immigration process to stay and work in Aruba long term? Is it a difficult, long drawn out deal? Or is it relatively easy to get a visa?

Aruban visa is obtained from the consulates. It is a stamp on your passport showing that you are allowed for entry. What is your origin country?
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RE:Immigration process #8140

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Toby wrote:
Does anyone know anything about the immigration process to stay and work in Aruba long term? Is it a difficult, long drawn out deal? Or is it relatively easy to get a visa?

Aruba entry requirements depend on what country are you from. In most cases, you will be needing a passport. If you are from Canada or U.S, you will not be anymore required to have a visa. What is your country of origin?
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RE:Immigration process #8446

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britney wrote:
Aruba entry requirements depend on what country are you from. In most cases, you will be needing a passport. If you are from Canada or U.S, you will not be anymore required to have a visa. What is your country of origin?

I agree with Britney. Perhaps, it will be easy for you if you have duly accomplished requirements upon going to the immigration if you are not from Canada or from the U.S. Is there a legal age to travel? I am just wondering. ;)
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