Travel Tales of Argentina
When you plan a trip to any destination, you will always check, among other things, the necessary documentation to enter the country in question. Many questions will cross your head, such as “do I need a visa to go to Argentina?” or “what requirements must I meet to enter the country?” All those answers can be next.
To enter the Argentine Republic it is necessary to present a valid passport, with or without a visa, depending on the case.
The maximum period of permanence in the country is ninety (90) days, with the possibility of extending that period only once. To extend it, before the originally granted period expires, you must appear at one of the delegations of the National Directorate of Migration.
If you are interested in obtaining a visa as a foreign tourist from a country with which the Argentine Republic does not have a visa exemption agreement, we will explain how to do it.
To foreign tourists from countries with which ours does not have a visa exemption agreement to enter.
A tourist is considered to be a foreigner who enters the country for the purpose of rest or recreation, with an authorized period of stay of up to three (3) months, extendable for another similar period.
The only fulfillment of the aforementioned requirements does not guarantee the granting of the visa, this being the exclusive prerogative of the Argentine State.
To start the visa process, contact the corresponding Consular Representation in order to make an appointment and coordinate the presentation of the documentation.
The information available here is not applicable to citizens of the People’s Republic of China, to whom differential requirements apply by virtue of an international agreement in force on the matter.
Check the cost of the procedure at the consular representation in your jurisdiction.
The maximum period of stay that the consular offices can grant you is 90 days.
It can be extended only once for the same period if you show up at any of the Delegations of the National Directorate of Migration of the Argentine Republic before the originally granted period expires.
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