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    Hello All. I am coming to Aruba for the first time in January. I am hoping to stay for 90 days but booked for 30 days to start. I recently discovered that I am only allowed 30 days initially. Any help to guide me how to remain for 3 months would be great. I quit my job and am looking to relax for as long as possible. I booked an apartment off of a house in Opal. Has a nice swimming pool and seems private. However one of my friends has a place in Tierra del sol he offered me. Any suggestions??? Thank you in advance

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    Welcome to the forum .... and you have quite an adventure ahead of you. Let us know how you do.
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    welcome!!
    I hope that you get to stay for the 90 days!
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    Will do!
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    Any idea who I contact to ask for the 90 day allowance? Is there an agency?
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    I believe it is the dept of immigration BUT I know folks that are there 90 days a year and they do not do anything re extension.
    please do some more research!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmargolis View Post
    Hello All. I am coming to Aruba for the first time in January. I am hoping to stay for 90 days but booked for 30 days to start. I recently discovered that I am only allowed 30 days initially. Any help to guide me how to remain for 3 months would be great. I quit my job and am looking to relax for as long as possible. I booked an apartment off of a house in Opal. Has a nice swimming pool and seems private. However one of my friends has a place in Tierra del sol he offered me. Any suggestions??? Thank you in advance

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    Welcome to the forum.
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    There is a new program which allows to stay and work in Aruba for up to 90 days. I believe there are no special requirements or restrictions. But you may dig more on internet
    https://www.afar.com/magazine/you-ca...o-three-months

    Good luck

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    Welcome to the forum. Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmargolis View Post
    Hello All. I am coming to Aruba for the first time in January. I am hoping to stay for 90 days but booked for 30 days to start. I recently discovered that I am only allowed 30 days initially. Any help to guide me how to remain for 3 months would be great. I quit my job and am looking to relax for as long as possible. I booked an apartment off of a house in Opal. Has a nice swimming pool and seems private. However one of my friends has a place in Tierra del sol he offered me. Any suggestions??? Thank you in advance

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    You ask for an extension at customs in Aruba when you fly in. You have to be able to demonstrate income, a residence and medical insurance. It's at the migration officer's discretion.
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    Thank you very much
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