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    Can I Stay Longer???

    Hi All! I have been down here a few weeks and have my VRBO until the end of January. However I wanted to extend my stay for another 30 days. Does anyone know how I go about this? Thank you in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmargolis View Post
    Hi All! I have been down here a few weeks and have my VRBO until the end of January. However I wanted to extend my stay for another 30 days. Does anyone know how I go about this? Thank you in advance.

    Dave
    You can stay in Aruba a max of roughly 180 days per calendar year. So nothing really to do besides finding a place to stay that I can think of.
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    I think your question is a good one, because while a non-resident can stay in Aruba for up to 6 months, I believe paperwork is required if a stay is longer than a month. There should be people on this forum who can guide you further.
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    yes you can, but you should also check with the Dept of Immigration.

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