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US Department of State

Passports Required for Travelers Between the US & the Caribbean

On January 8, 2007, U.S. citizens traveling by air between the US and Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Bermuda will be required to present a valid US passport, Air NEXUS card, or U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Document.

US Passports


US Citizenship & Immigration Services USCIS TSA

Former Immigration & Naturalization Service- INS

US Customs & US Immigration


Travelers returning to the US will go through US Customs & US Immigration inspection when departing Aeropuerto Internacional Reina Beatrix: Aruba International Airport

Aruba is a U.S. Customs Service Preclearance station. A preclearance inspection is the same U.S. customs inspection an individual would experience at any U.S. port of entry, except it is conducted in Aruba. Because of this, upon arrival in the U.S. you will not need to go through U.S. customs once again upon arrival on U.S. soil. You will simply arrive at your U.S. terminal as if you were on an ordinary domestic flight within the U.S. and either connect with your domestic flight to your final destination or leave the airport.

Aeropuerto Internacional Reina Beatrix: Aruba International Airport

 

US Customs Service

 
US Customs
Phone 588-7240/7720
Fax 588 7660
US Immigrations
Phone 583 1316
USDA
Phone 588 7630
Fax 588 7643
Documentation of US Citizens Born Abroad Requirements for Immigrant & Nonimmigrant Visas
Admission into United States For Non-U.S. Citizens U. S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS)

Leaving & Arriving the US

Frequently Asked Questions from US Residents Top 10 Traveler Tips
Know Before You Go: Regulations for US Residents When You Return To The United States
Know Before You Go
Pleasure & Business Travel for US Residents

Departing Aruba

Customs Information for Travelers to the US Food & Beverages
Electronics & Film

Duty-Free or Reduced Rates Prohibited & Restricted Items
Determining US Duty Prohibitions on Cuban Cigars
Types of US Duty Exemptions Register Items Before You Leave the US
Gifts You Bring Back to the US Sample Customs Declaration Form
Medication/Drugs Unaccompanied Baggage
Money & Other Monetary Instruments Types of US Duty Free Exemptions
Paying US Duty What You Must Declare

Information for US Travelers

Aruba Foreign Entry Requirements US Customs & Border Protection
Aruba Visa Information- Passports, Visas US Department of Homeland Security
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention US Department of State
The World Factbook: Aruba US Central Intelligence Agency
Federal Aviation Administration: U.S. Department of Transportation
Transportation Security Administration (TSA): U.S. Department of Homeland Security
US Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) TSA Former INS: Immigration & Naturalization Service

US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention

Health Information for Travelers to the Aruba Travelers' Health: USCDC
Preparing for Your Trip to Aruba: USCDC Traveling with Children: Travelers' Health: USCDC
National Center for Infectious Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - NCID

Federal Aviation Administration: U.S. Department of Transportation

Child Safety on Airplanes Passenger Health & Safety
Flying with Pets Pets in the Passenger Cabin
Passenger Information Transporting Live Animals

Bureau of Consular Affairs: U.S. Department of State

A Safe Trip Abroad Safety Issues
Emergencies & Crisis Abroad Tips for Disabled Travelers
Health Issues Traveling Abroad Tips for Travelers to Aruba
Living Abroad Tips Travel & Business Information
Residing Abroad Tips for Traveling Abroad
Sending Money Overseas to a US Citizen in an Emergency

Aruba Consular Info Sheet Overseas Citizens Services (OCS)
Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs: Background Notes: Aruba Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP)
Current Travel Warnings US Embassies & Consulates
Travel Registration for U.S. Citizens Traveling or Living in a Foreign Country
Office of American Citizens Services & Crisis Management (ACS)

The Netherlands Embassy in Washington DC United States

Netherlands Consulate-General
4200 Linnean Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20008
Phone 202 244 5300
Fax 202 362 3430
Consulate Fax 202 364 2410

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