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Visa Types & Categories to Apply for Aruba

Visa Types & Categories to Apply for Aruba

Aruba Short-term Visa

Aruba Short-term Visa

Aruba Long-term Visa and Residence Permit

Aruba Long-term Visa and Residence Permit

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FAQ

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Can I travel to Aruba with a Schengen visa?

Yes, you can travel to Aruba visa-free and stay there for up to 30 days (90 days in total for the Caribbean parts of Kingdom of Netherlands) without obtaining separate Caribbean visa, if you have a valid multiple-entry Schengen visa.

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Can I travel to Aruba with a residence permit issued by Netherlands or other Schengen countries?

All the nationals who are holding valid Long-stay (“D” type”) visa or Residence Permit issued by Netherlands or other Schengen countries can enter Aruba without obtaining a new visa and stay there for up to 90 days (30 consecutive days) within 6 months period.

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Can I travel to Aruba with a long-term visa issued by Netherlands or other Schengen countries?

All the nationals who are holding valid Long-stay (“D” type”) visa or Residence Permit issued by Netherlands or other Schengen countries can enter Aruba without obtaining a new visa and stay there for up to 90 days (30 consecutive days) within 6 months period.

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Can I travel to Aruba with a multiple-entry Schengen visa?

Yes, you can travel to Aruba visa-free and stay there for up to 30 days (90 days in total for the Caribbean parts of Kingdom of Netherlands) without obtaining separate Caribbean visa, if you have a valid multiple-entry Schengen visa.

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Where to apply for an Aruba visa?

You can apply for an Aruba visa at Netherlands diplomatic missions/embassies/consulates.

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Can I travel to Netherlands or other Schengen countries with an Aruba visa?

No, you cannot travel to Netherlands or other Schengen countries with a special Aruba visa. This visa is only valid for traveling to Aruba and other Caribbean parts of Kingdom of Netherlands, you still have to obtain a Schengen visa for traveling to Netherlands or other Schengen countries, if you are not a visa-exempted national.

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Is Aruba a part of the Schengen Area?

No, Aruba is not a part of the Schengen Area.

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I am a visa-exempted national for traveling to Aruba, how long can I stay in Aruba?

Visa-exempted nationals can stay in Aruba for up to 90 days within 180 days. Only Dutch and US nationals can stay in Aruba for up to 180 days visa-free.

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Where can apply for Aruba Residence Permit?

You cannot apply for a Residence Permit yourself abroad. You need a sponsor within Aruba (such as your employer, spouse, etc.) for applying a Residence Permit on behalf of you. Only after your application for a Residence Permit is approved, your sponsor will be informed. Then you will need a Long-term visa for entering Aruba and collecting your Residence Permit, if you are not visa-exempted national.

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