Contacts in Aruba

U.S. citizens and residents in Netherlands Antilles and Aruba who require consular services can contact the U.S. Embassy in Netherlands Antilles and Aruba, United States Consulate General Curacao, P.O. Box 158, J.B. Gorsiraweg 1, Curacao; tel. +599 (9) 461-3066; fax +599 (9) 461-6489; e-mail: [email protected] ; website: curacao.usconsulate.gov.

For Canadians, embassy matters for Aruba are dealt with through the Embassy of Canada in Caracas (Venezuela), Av. Francisco de Miranda con Altamira Sur, Altamira, Caracas 1060, Venezuela; tel. + 58 (212) 600-3000; e-mail: [email protected] website: www.canadainternational.gc.ca

The Netherlands Embassies in the U.S. and Canada deal with information for Aruba:

The Netherlands Embassy in the U.S., 4200 Linnean Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20008; tel. 877-388 2443; fax 202-362 3430; e-mail: [email protected] ; website: dc.the-netherlands.org.

The Netherlands Embassy in Canada, Constitution Square Building, 350 Albert Street, suite 2020, K1R 1A4, Ottawa, ON; e-mail: [email protected] ; website: ottawa.the-netherlands.org

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  Contacts in Aruba  

U.S. citizens and residents in Netherlands Antilles and Aruba who require consular services can contact the U.S. Embassy in Netherlands Antilles and Aruba, United States Consulate General Curacao, P.O. Box 158, J.B. Gorsiraweg 1, Curacao; tel. +599 (9) 461-3066; fax +599 (9) 461-6489; e-mail: [email protected] ; website: curacao.usconsulate.gov .

For Canadians, embassy matters for Aruba are dealt with through the Embassy of Canada in Caracas (Venezuela), Av. Francisco de Miranda con Altamira Sur, Altamira, Caracas 1060, Venezuela; tel. + 58 (212) 600-3000; e-mail: [email protected] website: www.canadainternational.gc.ca

 

The Netherlands Embassies in the U.S. and Canada deal with information for Aruba:

 

The Netherlands Embassy in the U.S., 4200 Linnean Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20008; tel. 877-388 2443; fax 202-362 3430; e-mail: [email protected] ; website: dc.the-netherlands.org.

The Netherlands Embassy in Canada, Constitution Square Building, 350 Albert Street, suite 2020, K1R 1A4, Ottawa, ON; e-mail: [email protected] ; website: ottawa.the-netherlands.org

 

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