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    Aruba entry

    Hello together,

    First, sorry for my english :-) I come from Germany.
    My wife and i travel to aruba from 8th to 22th June '09, so we have seen the entry terms.
    There is an entry term called "capital comfirmation".
    What does it mean? Must i have a term from my bank or a salery term?

    Thanks for your help.

    Bests
    Maik

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    are you vacationing on the island or looking to live here?

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    i do not have an answer to your question.
    that being said........ i want to welcome you to the community forum
    and NO need for apologies re: your English

    even those of us that are proficient in english sometimes/often/always have difficulty.

    and a guess answer about your question?
    maybe they are asking how muuch money you are bringing onto the island?
    ........but pretty much i am making a guess?

    andrea


    Quote Originally Posted by silent View Post
    Hello together,

    First, sorry for my english :-) I come from Germany.
    My wife and i travel to aruba from 8th to 22th June '09, so we have seen the entry terms.
    There is an entry term called "capital comfirmation".
    What does it mean? Must i have a term from my bank or a salery term?

    Thanks for your help.

    Bests
    Maik

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    It most likely means that if asked you would have to prove you have enough money to spend during your visit.

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    Thumbs up

    >>> "enough money to spend during your visit"
    ---- Also will ask where you are staying during your visit.

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    Welcome to the "Forum." No apologizes necessary about language difficulties. Hope you enjoy your visit to the Island and also feel free to make any inquiries you wish to our members...we are just like "One big family; helping one-another."

    Ed

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    Hi Maik

    I travel from Europe to Aruba very frequently.

    Upon entry in Aruba you are required to fill out a form, where you shall inform about where you stay.

    I did it first with hotels, and now with our own private address.
    I have never ever had a question about funds/capital.

    There might be a formal rule, regarding that you have sufficient funds to provide for yourselves, but I never heard anyone being checked for it, and as long as you have a credit card you should be good, even if they ask for it.

    As a European, you do not need any kind of visa or other paperwork to go to Aruba (as long as you are not there to work and don't stay more than 180 days a year).

    You will love Aruba, it is truely paradise.

    Carsten

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    Thank you for your heartily greetings!
    That sounds good, it will be our honey moon vacation.

    Thanks a lot.
    So i will make photos

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schnauzerjoy View Post
    There might be a formal rule, regarding that you have sufficient funds to provide for yourselves, but I never heard anyone being checked for it, and as long as you have a credit card you should be good, even if they ask for it.
    Actually, just a guess, it may be the reverse. They may have an upper limit on how much money you can take.
    Please contact via e-mail at arubarennowner@gmail.com



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    Rob - it is both.

    If bringing more than AFL 20,000 into Aruba, it must be reported to customs.

    Also, when staying for an extended length, Aruba can make sure one has a place to stay & enough money.
    Tom & Karen

    Next Trip: Jan. 6 - April 7

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