Curaçao and the UK

Services if you're visiting, studying, working or living in Curaçao. Includes information about trading with and doing business in the UK and Curaçao ad the UK.

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  1. British Consulate General Amsterdam

Emergency help for British nationals

Get help if you're the victim of crime, you've been arrested, or are affected by a crisis abroad.

  1. British Consulate General Amsterdam

    We maintain and develop relations between the UK and the Netherlands. The British Consulate General in Amsterdam provides services to British nationals living in and visiting in the Netherlands and the Dutch Caribbean (Curacao, Aruba, St Maarten, Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba).

Passports and emergency travel documents

Includes how to cancel a lost passport, renew a passport and apply for an emergency travel document.

Travelling to Curaçao

Includes travel advice and how to get married abroad.

Coming to the UK

Get a visa to study, work or visit the UK.

Living in Curaçao

Includes how to access healthcare, get a document legalised, lists of lawyers and how to vote abroad.

Tax, benefits, pensions and working abroad

Includes how to pay tax, claim State Pension and get tax credits abroad.

Birth, death and marriage abroad

Includes how to get married, list of funeral directors and how to register a birth abroad.

Trade and invest

Includes investing and setting up a business in the UK and doing business in Curaçao.

British embassy or high commission

Includes contact details for the British Consulate General Amsterdam in Netherlands. There is no British embassy or consulate in Curaçao.

  1. British Consulate General Amsterdam

    We maintain and develop relations between the UK and the Netherlands. The British Consulate General in Amsterdam provides services to British nationals living in and visiting in the Netherlands and the Dutch Caribbean (Curacao, Aruba, St Maarten, Bonaire, St Eustatius and Saba).