Our Argentina Visa Guide will teach you everything you need to know about Argentina’s visa policy for people from all over the world, including different types of visas, particular requirements, visa sponsorships, visa fees, and more. It is critical to have a scheduled flight ticket in hand before applying for a visa to Argentina.
Private U.S. citizens do not require a visa for tourism or business trips up to 90 days in length. Prior to arrival, diplomatic and official passport holders must obtain visas. The U.S. Embassy in Buenos Aires is unable to assist with the acquisition of Brazilian, Paraguayan, or other visas.
Entry into Argentina
Currently, Argentina’s borders are open to all international travelers, including Irish nationals, so long as they meet the country’s entry and health requirements. Non-residents must fill out an electronic’sworn statement’ form within 48 hours prior to entering the country and provide proof of insurance covering covid-19-related expenses. Currently, there are no vaccination or testing requirements for travellers entering Argentina. Those who are not fully immunised are advised to undergo a diagnostic test within 24 hours of entering the country. Please note that these measures are subject to change without notice and should be consulted directly prior to international travel.
The criteria to apply for an Argentina visa is listed below.
The applicant's completed (ideally in electronic format) and signed visa application form.
Proof of earnings (for example, ast three pay slips, last credit card statement or last bank statement).
Reservation for roundtrip travel.
(Recommendation: do not purchase tickets before obtaining the visa).
Hotel booking and trip planning.
The processing time for an Argentine visa largely depends on the embassy or consulate where you apply. Some consulates promise that the visa will be processed in as little as one week, while others will take longer. Nonetheless, it is recommended that you apply for your Argentine visa at least 45 days prior to departure.
Before submitting the required documents, you must contact the Argentine embassy or consulate in your country that is responsible for processing visa applications. If there is no Argentinian diplomatic representation in your country, you may be required to apply in a neighbouring nation.
Who can enter Argentina without a visa?
Argentine visas are required unless you are a citizen of one of the nations listed below. Nationals of the following nations are exempt from visa requirements for stays of up to 90 days in Argentina (unless otherwise specified):
- Any EU country
- Andorra, Armenia, Australia, Barbados, Belarus
- Canada, Costa Rica, Dominica, El Salvador, Fiji
- Georgia, Grenada, Guatemala, Guyana
- Hong Kong, Honduras, Iceland, Israel
- Jamaica (up to 30 days), Japan, Kazakhstan (up to 30 days)
- Liechtenstein, Macau (up to 30 days), Malaysia (up to 30 days)Mexico
- Monaco, Mongolia
- Montenegro, New Zealand
- Nicaragua, North Macedonia
- Norway, Panama, Qatar, Russia
- Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, San Marino
- Serbia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea
- Sovereign Military Order of Malta, Suriname, Switzerland, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago
- Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United States, Vatican City
For detailed information on specific parts of the general visa process, you can refer to the links below to find the answer to your query. If you are unable to find any particular information, please contact us via email.
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|What is a Visa?|
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|What if my visa is refused?|
The types of visas available in Argentina are as follows:
- Business visa. Business visa applications may be submitted to any Argentine Republic Consular Office.
- Chinese citizens’ electronic travel authorization.
- Visa for family reunification
- Student visa.
- Student visa.
- Syria programme.
- Tourist Visa.
- Visa by nationality.
What to do if your Argentina visa is refused?
You have the ability to challenge this verdict. A standard form is given by the embassy of the Member State that chose to deny the visa in order to inform the applicant of the Argentina visa denial decision and the reasons for the refusal. People regularly ask us how we can “guarantee” the issuance of a visa. Because all final decisions are made by embassies, there is no way to obtain a 100 percent guarantee. All you can do is ensure that your application is as strong as possible. Please feel free to contact with us if your visa request was rejected.
There are 71 nationalities eligible to apply for an ETA. In addition, nationals holding a B2 US visa or a Schengen Visa of Category “C” are eligible for an ETA. Unfortunately, citizens of Kosovo, the Democratic Arab Republic of Sahrawi, and Taiwan must apply for standard paper visas at the Argentina General Consulate in Toronto.
All citizens can stay there for a total of 90 days, and there are multiple entry points. However, if you wish to reenter the country, you must possess a valid visa.
The applicant for permanent residency must have been a temporary resident of Argentina for at least two years prior to submitting a residency application. Expats are required to produce papers attested by the National Immigration Office.