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Yes - A visa is required for travel to Argentina

Friday, February 12, 2016

A valid passport and reciprocity fee payment ticket are required for travel to Argentina. US, Canadian and Australian citizens must pay a "reciprocity fee" to enter Argentina. This is not a visa, since a visa is not required for business and tourist visitors from these countries. This is a fee based upon what Argentinian citizens pay for a visa to the United States, Canada or Australia. However, this fee must be paid online in advance of travel to Argentina, and the payment ticket must be carried with the passport for entry into Argentina. Argentine nationals who are Canadian, U.S., or Australian citizens are not required to pay the Reciprocity Fee when travelling to Argentina with a Canadian, U.S., or Australian passport.

Submit the Argentina Reciprocity Fee Payment Request Online.

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Passport Requirements:

For travel to Argentina, an original, signed passport valid for 6 months beyond stay, with at least one blank passport page available for entry stamp. Amendment pages in the back of the passport are not suitable for stamps. The Argentinian reciprocity fee ticket should be carried together with the passport.

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Proof Of Departure:

An itinerary or copy of ticket showing onward/return travel should be available to present upon arrival in Argentina.

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Special Instructions:

To visit Argentina, the traveler must first pre-pay the Argentinian Reciprocity Fee online. A payment ticket will be sent via email, which the traveler must print and carry.

On arrival in Argentina, this printed ticket must be presented at Immigration Control. The ticket will be scanned by the Immigration officials, the information will be checked, and the traveler's entry to Argentina will be registered.

Learn more about Argentina Reciprocity Fee Online Payment.

Click here to register your trip with the US Embassy in Argentina

The US State Department strongly encourages American citizens planning international travel to register with the US Embassy(s) in the countries they plan to visit. (Learn more).


Yes - A visa is required for travel to Argentina

Friday, February 12, 2016

A valid passport and reciprocity fee payment ticket are required for travel to Argentina. US, Canadian and Australian citizens must pay a "reciprocity fee" to enter Argentina. This is not a visa, since a visa is not required for business and tourist visitors from these countries. This is a fee based upon what Argentinian citizens pay for a visa to the United States, Canada or Australia. However, this fee must be paid online in advance of travel to Argentina, and the payment ticket must be carried with the passport for entry into Argentina. Argentine nationals who are Canadian, U.S., or Australian citizens are not required to pay the Reciprocity Fee when travelling to Argentina with a Canadian, U.S., or Australian passport.

Submit the Argentina Reciprocity Fee Payment Request Online.

1

Passport Requirements:

For travel to Argentina, an original, signed passport valid for 6 months beyond stay, with at least one blank passport page available for entry stamp. Amendment pages in the back of the passport are not suitable for stamps. The Argentinian reciprocity fee ticket should be carried together with the passport.

2

Proof Of Departure:

An itinerary or copy of ticket showing onward/return travel should be available to present upon arrival in Argentina.

3

Special Instructions:

To visit Argentina, the traveler must first pre-pay the Argentinian Reciprocity Fee online. A payment ticket will be sent via email, which the traveler must print and carry.

On arrival in Argentina, this printed ticket must be presented at Immigration Control. The ticket will be scanned by the Immigration officials, the information will be checked, and the traveler's entry to Argentina will be registered.

Learn more about Argentina Reciprocity Fee Online Payment.

Click here to register your trip with the US Embassy in Argentina

The US State Department strongly encourages American citizens planning international travel to register with the US Embassy(s) in the countries they plan to visit. (Learn more).