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Please review Aruba’s visa and passport requirements to ensure a hassle-free experience upon arrival to our island.
Visiting our beautiful island is easy. Travel to Aruba from the U.S., Canada, South America, Europe and the Caribbean is possible via most major carriers, either non-stop or with convenient connections. You do need a passport to go to Aruba. All passengers must be able to show a current passport when entering our country. American, Canadian, and EU citizens do not require Aruba visas, nor do most South Americans, e.g. Colombians and Venezuelans.
If you are a national of one of the countries listed below, you NEED a visa to travel to Aruba.
Countries with an * are exempt from a visa requirement, provided the person in question posesses a biometric passport.
If you are not a national of any of the countries listed above, you do not need a visa to travel to Aruba.
Your passport can’t be more than 10 years old.
Your passport must be valid for the entirety of your stay in Aruba.
You must have proof that you can return to your country of departure, or transit through another country. This could be a passport, residence permit or visa.
Proof of the reason for your stay in Aruba. For example, a reservation at a hotel/vacation rental, or an invitation from family or friends.
You must have enough money to cover your stay and any other expenses.
You must not be considered a threat to public order, public health, national security or international relations.
Customs and Border Protection Aruba Preclearance is now a participant in the Global Entry on Arrival program. This program permits Global Entry applicants who are conditionally approved to complete their interviews while traveling to the United States from Aruba, eliminating the need for a Global Entry applicant to schedule an interview at an enrollment center in the United States.
Departamento di Integracion, Maneho y Admision di Stranhero (DIMAS)
The Directorate of Alien Integration, Policy and Admission
Wilhelminastraat 31-33 Oranjestad, Aruba
Fax short stay department (visa):
Do you meet all Aruba visa requirements and have you checked your passport validity? Then it’s time to start planning your stay! Find a hotel, resort or vacation rental that fits your needs best. Browse through the excursions as a supreme form of anticipation. And starting putting your packing list together. See you soon!
Are you planning on visiting our beautiful island? Here’s everything you need to know about entry requirements for Aruba.
Do you need a passport to go to Aruba, you might be wondering. The answer is yes. Passport requirements for Aruba are as follows: it can’t be more than 10 years old and it should be valid for the entirety of your stay. American, Canadian, and EU citizens do not require Aruba visas, nor do most South Americans, e.g. Colombians and Venezuelans. If you are not a national of any of the countries listed on this page, you will need a visa and should check visa requirements for travelling to Aruba.
Other entry requirements for Aruba are proof that you can return to your country of departure, proof of reason for your stay, a sufficient amount of money to support yourself during your stay and that you should not be considered a threat to public safety or health.
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