Non-Arubans wanting to relocate to Aruba will need a residency permit. In general, requests for work permits will only be taken into consideration if submitted through a local employer, who has to accept full responsibility for any possible expenses to be incurred by the government related to its employees.

Granting of a work permit is only subject to no local qualified staff available for the position. Without a valid permit, you are not allowed to start working and risk being expelled.
This permit is obtainable at the Department of Immigration (Dimas). For a trainee position or internship a special work permit is required.

The request for the residence or work permit must be submitted personally or by an appointed representative at the Department of Immigration (Dimas). Contact the Department through www.dimasaruba.aw for more information.

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    Upcoming Events

    1. ATIA Annual Corporate Event 2019

      November 15 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
    2. Lecture KvK – Dutch Caribbean host country Emigration Expo 2020 – Netherlands

      November 18 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
    3. Latin American Congress of Ports (AAPA Latinoamerica)

      November 19 - November 21
    4. 19 Edition Expo Guajira 2019

      November 21 - November 23
    5. Handelsmissie en congres

      November 25 - November 30

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