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
My swimming pool with a 7/7 or in
my boat with a fishing rod looking in at Malmok.
It is not too good post phone numbers here, but her email is firstname.lastname@example.org .
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.
Last edited by Schnauzerjoy; 01-29-2011 at 03:57 PM.
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.
Originally Posted by qlaval
Permanent Residence Permit
When requesting a residence-permit without a working permit, one must submit:
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
the home and business addresses for the last ten years
the reasons for wanting to reside in Aruba
police-clearance (good conduct-paper, not older than 2 months)
Persons desiring a permanent residence-permit must be in possession of:
a passport valid for Aruba
three passport photographs of true likeness
a valid vaccination certificate for smallpox, not more than three years old
a medical declaration that the holder is not suffering from any contagious disease or mental sickness, issued within 30 days before the trip started