Permit import prohibition chicken eggs

  • Description

    According to the National Decree import prohibition chicken eggs it is not allowed to import chicken eggs in Aruba. On request an exemption can be granted to import chicken eggs from abroad.

  • What to take with me?

    The written petition and the required stamps.

  • How long does it take?

    A minimum of 5 working days.

  • What are the costs involved?

    AWG. 12,00 for the stamps of which AWG. 4,00 is for the petition and AWG. 8,00 for the permit.

  • Where to request? / More information at

    The Division of Economic Policy Implementation, Office No. 14. Phone 582-1181 Ext. 247. Department of Economic Affairs, Commerce and Industry

  • How to request? / What must I do?

    The written petition must include information of the applicant as well as of the business for which the request is make (name, address, contact person, phone), and the required number of cartons of chicken eggs and the month in which the import must take place. The permit with the corresponding number of chicken eggs are each time granted for a month. Application for permit pursuant to the National Decree import embargo chicken eggs.

  • What are the requirements?

    The local poultry farms are unable to supply the requested number of chicken eggs (in whole or in part). With the import a permit must be requested where a copy of the following documents must be submitted:

    • purchase invoice
    • import model and
    • all other import documents.
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