Select Your Aruba Visa Type Below
- General Information and Eligibility
- Aruba Tourist Visa Requirements
- Aruba Transit Visa Requirements
- Aruba Visitor Visa Requirements
- Aruba Business Visa Requirements
- Aruba Student Visa Requirements (a.k.a. Aruba Student Residency Permit)
- Aruba Residence Permit Requirements (a.k.a. Aruba Residence Visa)
- Aruba Work Permit Requirements (a.k.a. Aruba Work Visa)
Visa Hunter’s Miscellaneous Tips for the Aruba Visa
- In general, for Aruba, there is the transit visa (max. stay of 48 hours), the short stay visa (max. 30 days per island and 90 days total in Aruba, Curaçao, St. Maarten and the Caribbean part of the Netherlands per 12-month period), and the long stay visa (for stays of over 90 days).
- Applications must be submitted in person. This is a bit absurd. Aruba needs to wake up to the times and create a way to submit by mail so as not to waste people’s precious time.
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