Over the years, people from all over the world have found their way to Aruba. According to the Population and Housing Census held in October 2000, the population on Aruba represented 79 different nationalities from 124 different countries. Large groups of migrants have come from south America and from otherContinue Reading

This publication contains in-dept analysis of the migrants on Aruba. Data source is the Aruba Migration and Integration Study 2016 (AMIS 2016) conducted in 2016 by CBS. Download items: AMIS16 Article 1 – – (921 kB)

During the months of May through July 2003, the Central Bureau of Statistics conducted the Aruba Migration and Integration Study (AMIS). A total of 679 recent migrants who came to Aruba after April 30 1993 (MMA) together with their family members, were interviewed by 20 interviewers of the CBS. TheContinue Reading