British Nationals do not need a visa to enter Aruba for a period of up to 3 months. Although a valid passport is a must for entry in Aruba.
Nationals with Visa Exemption
Some Nationals are exempted from a visa requirement. Visit the Aruba Foreign Affairs website to see the list of citizens exempted from a visa requirement.
Nationals without any Exemption
Citizens of all other countries must have a visa for entering Aruba.
Below are some documents required by the Embassy of Aruba to issue a visa.
a) A completely filled and signed application form
b) A minimum of 3-months valid passport
c) A copy of the resident permit in case somebody is residing in foreign country
d) Proof of last three months salary and bank statement in original and photocopy both
e) Any other document required by the Embassy
Applying for a visa
You have to visit the Embassy of Aruba in London to apply for the visa.
Visa Processing Time and fees
The visa processing time can be confirmed from the embassy. However, the visa fees required by embassy of Aruba is shown below.
a) Single entry with a maximum stay of 30 days in a sequence= $ 1000
b) Single entry with a stay of maximum 90 days in a sequence= $ 1500
c) Multiple entries for a maximum 30 days period= $ 1500
d) Multiple entries for a maximum 90 days period= $ 2000
e) Multiple entries for a period of maximum 90 days within one year= $ 4000
For updated fees, visit the Aruba foreign affairs website.
Collection Of Visa
You will be required to visit the Embassy of Aruba to collect your passport after visa processing is done by the embassy.
Final Checklist of Things to take to Aruba
Below are some items that you should take to Aruba.
a) Valid credit card
b) All required documents
c) Complete information about your accommodation and travel itinerary
d) Medicines if you take any
e) Sufficient funds for your stay