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After 10 consecutive years with a valid residence permit, you shall be eligible for a residence permit for an indefinite period.
If a residence permit is lost, a report must be made to the Unit Foreign Nationals Surveillance & Detection at the Rio Canario police station.
After that, you can submit an application for a duplicate. For a duplicate you have to pay fl. 195.00 in fees and retributions.
The required documents for a copy are:
Up to 1 year. After 1 year without interruption abroad, this person loses his residence permit and right. Upon return, this person must submit a request for a first application.
An application for naturalization should be submitted at the Kabinet van de Gouverneur.
Applications must be completely submitted and in accordance with the requirement list. If the applicant necessarily wishes to submit an incomplete application, the applicant must submit a declaration in which he states that he is aware that he has submitted the application incomplete and that this is at his own expense and risk.
Individuals who are registered as residents in Curaçao can submit a request to Public Affairs (formerly Kranshi). Individuals who are not registered in Curaçao must submit their application to the Kabinet van de Gouverneur.
Individuals with a Dutch nationality born on one of the islands of the former Netherlands Antilles have the right to enter the territory of Curaçao, to reside there and, if they wish, to work and/or study. They are therefore admitted to Curaçao without any restrictions, conditions or regulations.
Yes. The paid guarantee deposit can be reclaimed under the following circumstances:
Applications for a business permit and management permit must be submitted at the Vergunningenloket in Saliña
An application for a work permit must be submitted at the Vergunningenloket in Saliña
An application for a street trader’s permit must be submitted at the Vergunningenloket in Saliña
No, a declaration of no objection is only necessary if the child is a minor.
If your parents were not born and raised in Curaçao, you must submit an application for a Declaration Van Rechtswege.
Because your partner is an American, he/she must apply a Declaration Van Rechtswege. See tab Declaration Van Rechtswege. For a Legal Declaration the fees and retributions are Ang. 615.00 .
You should submit an application for a duplicate to get a new permit.
That person should submit an application for a duplicate with own funds in order to get a new permit.
You must submit an application for change where you must demonstrate your own financial resources. This can be based on having an employer who has requested a work permit or a declaration from the bank where it is proven that you have a certain amount of money in your account. The amount to be proven must be sufficient to be able to provide for your own livelihood.
A person who is removed can enter the country after 3 years. If he is in the country before his 3 years have passed, this person will be removed again.
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