So a friend of mine is possibly going to join me on a vacation next year in Aruba. She lives in Canada and was going to fly to the U.S. to stay one night with me and then we'd fly out the next day to Aruba. Then it would be the same at the end of the trip, just reversed. My question is, is it difficult to get through customs doing this? Or is it relatively common? I just don't want her to get here and then customs officials give her a hassle when we go to leave for Aruba because she's a Canadian citizen.
Hello Canadian residents will not encounter any significant problems in transit either way providing you have a full normal passport with no resections. Both US and Canadian born residents have virtually the same entry and departure rights for Aruba tourists travel; ARUBA Passport (must be valid throughout period of intended stay) or one of the following documents required: 1. If born inside Canada: - Birth Certificate; or 2. If born outside Canada: - original Certificate of Naturalization. Warning: if departing from the U.S.A., a (valid) passport will be required by U.S. Immigration authorities. Visa not required for a stay of max. 3 months. Visitor must hold: - return/onward tickets; and - all documents for next destination; and - sufficient funds. Best wishes
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