Since 10 October 2010, Curaçao has been an autonomous country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands, like Aruba and St Maarten in the Caribbean and the Netherlands in Europe. In each of the Caribbean countries in the Kingdom, the King is represented by a Governor. As head of the government of Curaçao, the Governor is a symbol of unity within the Kingdom. The Office of the Governor helps the Governor exercise her tasks and powers effectively.

This website provides information on the Governor’s work, responsibilities and tasks. Speeches and important news items concerning the Governor are also posted here. The information and photographs will give you an impression of what the Governor does. You can also find information on the Office of the Governor, in particular on consular affairs, for example how to acquire Dutch nationality or how to apply for a visa or passport.

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