# Mie theory “upper limit”?

I have read most often that objects experimented with in Mie theory are on a scale not much larger than the incident wavelength (usually a fiber of diameter $5$ microns with an incident wavelength of $630$ nm or so). Can Mie theory be used to describe the scattering pattern of an object any size, as long as a sufficient number of terms in the Mie solution can be calculated?