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    Quote Originally Posted by sdlyons91 View Post
    Thanks so much, Rustic.

    I just got back from Aruba, but am planning another trip down there, hopefully next month, so maybe I can meet up with your uncle and talk about some real estate. Thanks for the help!!

    Your welcome, glad i could help
    Check out the houses he has under palm Beach/Malmok The houses there are really beautiful and allot closer to the beach which I'm sure would be to your liking but then again everywhere here is only a few minutes drive from the beach
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    I would recommend Miriam from Century 21 as well. She's very sweet, honest, and not pushy. Seeing properties w/her was very relaxing compared to many other realtors that we've dealt with.

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    Thanks, jerseygirl. Do you have any contact information for her? I have a trip booked for mid February and would like to meet with some people if possible. Thanks for the info!

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    It is not too good post phone numbers here, but her email is miriam@arubahouses.com .
    Just had some friends go with her earlier this week to see a bunch of houses and they were very happy with Miriam as well.
    If you email her she should answer you and give you her phone if you need it.
    Carsten
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    That's perfect. I've emailed her now and hopefully she can show me something next week when I'm back. Did you buy or rent in Aruba?

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    I also recommend Miriam. She represented the sellers for the home I eventually bought. I would pick her over my own realtor.

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    Hi Lizzardo

    Sorry for bringing up this old thread, but if you live in Aruba for 6 Months, go to America for say a few weeks, Can you return to Aruba for another 6 Months?

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    total 6 months per yr and the year begins when you begin your first stay.

    some folks used to come to aruba, stay 6 months.......take a 3 day jaunt to bonaire or curacao and then back for another 6 months.

    there is lots of "grey area"
    maybe stella (billstellaR) can elaborate.
    she is a canadian and spend much time do the math and counting days.
    she spends as much time as she can on island.

    immigration has made these changes over the past 7 or 8 yrs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    immigration has made these changes over the past 7 or 8 yrs.
    And they can change them again without warning?

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    Smallpox vaccination

    As a physician, I find it rather fascinating that it states below one must have a recent smallpox vaccination, given that smallpox was declared eradicated by the World Health Organization in 1980. This day and age one would be very hard-pressed to even find somewhere to get such a vaccination.


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    • Permanent Residence Permit

    When requesting a residence-permit without a working permit, one must submit:

    1. bank references indicating that the applicant is financially self-supporting or any other proof that he/she will not become a financial burden to the local government or community
    2. the home and business addresses for the last ten years
    3. the reasons for wanting to reside in Aruba
    4. police-clearance (good conduct-paper, not older than 2 months)

    Persons desiring a permanent residence-permit must be in possession of:

    1. a passport valid for Aruba
    2. three passport photographs of true likeness
    3. a valid vaccination certificate for smallpox, not more than three years old
    4. a medical declaration that the holder is not suffering from any contagious disease or mental sickness, issued within 30 days before the trip started
    5. a proof of payment of the required legal fee

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