Aruba has all the makings of a beautiful Caribbean getaway and manages to be just outside of Hurricane Alley. The island can be depended on for sunny weather all year round, making it a perfect destination for snowbirds looking for a break from harsh winters. The island’s main languages are Dutch and Papiamento, the population is around 116,600 and the capital is Oranjestad.

​Caves lined with the markings of the indigenous people point to intriguing history, and the impacts of the later arrivals of Spanish and Dutch settlers are still reflected in the culture today. The country’s proximity to South America also plays a part in its unique diversity. Aruba, like many other Caribbean countries, depends on tourism as a main source of income and boosts steady economic growth by utilizing prime snorkeling sights and friendly people to keep tourists coming back.

Filing Requirements


  • Local filing available. Validity period – 10 yrs from filing date
  • Master AOAs signed by proprietor and notarized.
  • Declaration for Priority, signed by proprietor and notarized.
  • Priority filing accepted.
  • Only original documents will be accepted.
  • Classification system – International Classification System
  • Multi-class applications are allowed.


  • Master AOAs signed by proprietor and notarized.
  • Three months’ grace period (Late charges will be applied).
  • Local – 14 yrs from renewal date.