Pay your overdue fines before you travel

ORANJESTAD - Starting this month, the Public Prosecutor's Office will intensify the collection of outstanding fines.

It concerns fines from the years 2019 to early 2021 that are still outstanding. In this context, travelers will be stopped by the Border Police and made aware of their outstanding fines before they are allowed to continue traveling. The border police have a mobile PIN device from the Public Prosecutor's Office, which makes payment at the border, even before departure for the vacation destination, possible.

In addition, payment can also be made online via the ArubaBank account number 4000905, stating the public prosecutor's office number and the payment reference. Those who prefer to pay their fine in person at the counter of the Public Prosecutor's Office should make an appointment in advance via the website (www.omaruba.com).

The catch-up campaign will last until the end of the year and will be constantly tightened. People who do not pay will be actively sought out by the Prosecutor's Office and risk having to serve substitute detention at the KIA.

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