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traveling to argentina

traveling to argentina

  1. daniel gualtieri

    I’m an Argentine born,US citizen,do I need a visa if I stay in Argentina for 6 months or more.

  2. rickyw

    Do you have dual citizenship? Will you be working in Argentina?

    Most visas only last 90 days

  3. David W

    Pretty sure it doesnt matter that you were born in Argentina. Unless you have US & Argentina dual citizenship and enter the country with an Argentine passport, you’re considered a foreigner when entering with a US passport. That allows for 90 days visa-free. You’d have to exit the country every 90 days or get a visa for a longer stay.

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