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Thread: Looking for a reliable agency to help with residence permit application

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    Looking for a reliable agency to help with residence permit application

    In july we will move from Curacao to Aruba. We are a family with two young kids with the Dutch nationality and need to apply for a residence permit. We are looking for a reliable agency that can help us with the permit application. Does anyone of you have experience with such an agency and would you know an agency that you can recommend?
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    welcome to the aruba.com community forum

    i would recommend contacting the DIMAS
    Quote Originally Posted by Lindalou View Post
    In july we will move from Curacao to Aruba. We are a family with two young kids with the Dutch nationality and need to apply for a residence permit. We are looking for a reliable agency that can help us with the permit application. Does anyone of you have experience with such an agency and would you know an agency that you can recommend?
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    Lawyers can arrange and advise you and take care of the documents
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    Thanks for the replies! I have contacted Dimas already, and the whole procedure is clear and will not be a problem. We already started to collect the required documents. Just need someone to take care of the documents and file them with Dimas and the register as that might be cheaper than flying into Aruba each time something needs to be filed.

    A lawyer may be an option. I was hoping someone has a good experience and can recommend someone.
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    I would recommend a company called Business to Business - http://www.b2baruba.com/. They will help you with your first permit as well as with your renewals.
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    Hi Enz, thanks for the recommendation! I will contact them.
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    Wanted to let you know that I have contacted http://www.b2baruba.com/ in March and met with them in April. So far the application process is going excellent. The people at B2B are great to work with, they promptly reply on any questions, and have a lot of experience with residence permit applications. I expect it will take another month before we hear from DIMAS if our permits will be granted.
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    Is B2B a reliable, trustworthy agency?

    Thanks!
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    We used this company called ASBA for our residency permits. They complete all the paperwork for us and all we have to do is hand it in to Dimas on the scheduled appointment day.
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    Hi,

    ASBA is a local immigration and consultation business. They tell you all the documents you need to get from your country and then they complete ALL the paperwork for you to bring to Dimas so you should have no problems with your residency papers.

    here is their website info: http://asbaaruba.com/

    Good luck with your application!
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