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Aruba
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How to Apply: ED Card

01
Apply Online

Our application form is 100% digital and easy to fill-in, complete it and pay it with credit card or PayPal.

02
Get your Health Declaration via Email

No need to deal with the embassy. We do it for you so you don't lose valuable time.

03
Take your trip!

Present your Passport and the Health Declaration we provide when you arrive at the airport.

How to Apply: Embassy Registration

01
Fill Out Online Application

Complete our easy online application and pay with credit card or PayPal

02
Travel Safely

Your embassy will assist you if an emergency (eg. Natural disasters, civil unrest, etc) occur

Why Register with the Embassy

Travel Registration is a service provided by the government. This service allows you to record information about your upcoming trip abroad to the Department of State so it can be used to assist you in case of an emergency. People residing abroad can also get routine information from their nearest embassy or consulate if registered.

Required Information to Apply

Once You Have Registered With Your Embassy Or Consulate, You Will Need To Update Your Data If:

  • your contact details change,
  • your civil status changes,
  • you are going back to your home country.

Learn More: ED Card

What you need to know

  • The Aruba ED card must be filled in at least 7 days before arrival in Aruba by all travelers. It DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration officers will ask for your Visa when you enter the country.

  • Upon arrival to Aruba, the respective authorities have the prerogative to screen and test you for COVID-19 as well as interview you in order to determine if you are freely admissible to Aruba under the Immigration laws and applicable health rules and regulations.

  • It is highly recommended that you keep your ED Card Number and the associated QR Code with you either as a soft copy (smartphone, tablet, etc.) or as a hard copy in case of any failure in the system.

This content was updated in October 2023

The Aruba tourism authority has opened its borders for tourists to travel and visit the island. But, all tourists arriving in Aruba will have to fill out an online embarkation/disembarkation card, which the Aruban government must approve in order to be allowed entry.

The name Aruba online ED-Card means that it is an official Aruba embarkation-disembarkation card and is a mandatory form that all visitors to Aruba must complete. However, we know that this procedure can become tedious. That is why iVisa.com has created an easy application form to help you quickly obtain the travel document.

You only need to contact one of our experts, and you can even apply in advance to alleviate stress and have no problems traveling.

Get Your Aruba ED Card Online Now!

What is the Aruba ED Card?

This new travel form must be completed for nationals and foreigners to enter Aruba. This online application form will allow government officials to manage the risks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic and reduce contagions.

The document Aruba ED Card is also known as the Aruba Embarkation and Disembarkation Card because, in the past, tourists were required to fill out this paper card with traveler information upon arrival in the country. However, it has since been completely digitized and is an essential process that all visitors spending more than 24 hours in Aruba must follow before traveling to Aruba.

You must request the travel document at least 7 days before your arrival date.

Who is eligible for the Aruba ED Card?

All visitors must complete and submit a travel requirements form before entering Aruba at the border. Most of the requirements are mandatory only for international visitors.

How long is the Aruba ED Card valid for?

The Aruba ED Card is for a Single Entry. This means that every time you leave or enter the country, you will have to fill out a new one.

Travel requirements and required documents for the Aruba ED Card?

To apply for the Aruba ED Card, you only need to present the following documents:

  • Valid passport - It is necessary to present the scanned information page of your passport where all your personal information appears and has at least a validity of 6 months. Also, if you are a visa holder, you must present a valid visa sticker.
  • A valid e-mail address - As the travel document has an entry code, we will email it to you so you can present it at the border.
  • A credit or debit card to pay - You can use a credit or debit card as a payment method.
  • Other documents - You will also need your travel information (Airline’s name, departure date, accommodation, return plane ticket).

Do I need an Aruba ED Card to transit through Aruba?

No! Transit travelers staying less than 24 hours in the country and travelers whose final destination is not Aruba are not required to present this travel document.

How do I apply for the Aruba ED Card with iVisa.com?

iVisa.com has designed a simple 3-step process for you to obtain your travel document in just a few minutes. The steps are as follows:

  • Step 1: First, you must complete the questionnaire with all your basic data, such as your full name, passport, destination, origin, and travel date. Then, you must select the processing time.
  • Step 2: Next, it is crucial that you check that all your information is entered correctly. Once everything is validated, pay for the service according to the selected processing time.
  • Step 3: Finally, scan the necessary documents and click on the "submit" button.

You will receive a confirmation email once you finish the process. If you do not find it, check your SPAM folder.

Travelers should remember that this document must be presented to border officials, so it is convenient to have the documents saved on your cell phone or printed in case you do not have internet access when you arrive at your destination.

What are the costs and processing time of the Aruba ED Card?

Travel document processing fees vary according to the processing process you choose. You can select any of the three processing times we offer:

  • Standard Processing Time: 24 hours - USD $72.99.
  • Rush Processing Time: 4 hours - USD $132.99.
  • Super Rush Processing Time: 30 minutes - USD $199.99.

Do minors need an Aruba Pass system?

In the case of minors or persons with disabilities who are unable to complete the form themselves, a responsible adult will be the person in charge of completing the required data on their behalf and presenting the travel document.

The public health authorities recommend that no matter the age, all travelers must have this document.

COVID-19 requirements or restrictions

Do I need to take a COVID-19 test before traveling to Aruba?

According to the Aruba Government, there is currently no restriction on submitting COVID-19 negative tests.

Do I need a COVID-19 vaccine or vaccination certificate to enter Aruba?

No, it is not necessary! COVID-19 vaccination passports are not required to enter Aruba.

However, for health reasons, it is always advisable to travel fully vaccinated to be safe during your trip.

Remember, this information can change quickly, so we recommend you keep up to date, especially days before travel.

Do I need to quarantine when I get to Aruba?

At the moment, there are no quarantine restrictions on entering the country.

What else should I keep in mind before traveling to Aruba?

It is important to consider the type of currency you can use. The Florin is the official currency; however, the Dollar is straightforward to exchange and use for shopping in Aruba. So, if you are planning your beach vacation, the best idea is to bring dollars.

On the other hand, all the legends are true about the weather. Aruba has perfect weather 365 days a year. It has no seasons and being in a privileged area of the Caribbean, its climate is warm, with a temperature ranging between 25 and 28 degrees Celsius.

The people of Aruba are open, multicultural, and full of history; more than 90 cultural representations coexist on the island, so they have learned to adapt easily to the differences. During your vacation in Aruba, you will feel at home.

You should definitely visit Aruba and enjoy a wonderful beach vacation like Eagle Beach.

Where can I contact you?

Please do not hesitate to contact our customer service team or contact us on whatsapp if you have any questions about travel documents. Our representatives are available 24 hours a day to answer any of your questions.

Questions?

There is no need to worry. Contact our customer service team as soon as possible and they will be happy to help you resolve the problem. Our visa experts are available 24/7.

iVisa reviews your documents and assists you during the application process to avoid rejection by the government. But if the Aruba authorities reject or cancel your application, you are eligible for a full refund of the iVisa processing fee related to the number of rejected applicants. Other than that, we do not refund the government fees.

You may consider re-applying for the Aruba ED Card, depending on the reasons for cancellation or rejection.

You should contact our customer support team as soon as possible to help you solve the problem. Remember, your application will always be reviewed by our experts, so you can count on our team to notify you if something is missing before submission.
First of all, you should wait a few minutes after submitting the application, then, make sure you check it is not in your spam folder. After that, you must contact our customer support team if you really didn’t receive it; they are available 24/7 and will be glad to help you.
At iVisa, we understand that your time is valuable, and we strive to provide you with the fastest service possible. Our processing times are estimated based on the average duration it takes governments to process visa applications. These estimated times begin from the moment we receive all the correct information for your application until you receive your visa. While we work diligently to expedite the process, it’s important to note that we are reliant on the processing times set by the government authorities.
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