To renew your residency you must be physically inside of Argentina. You can’t renew your residency from abroad. Please this is very important when planning your traveling arrangements. If you fail to renew your residency before expiration date you will lose status and the next time you enter the country you will enter as a […Read More…]
Starting April 1st, 2017 the Immigration Department implemented stiffer controls and thorough screening on address declarations in residency petitions. All applicants are now required to sign a sworn statement about their place of residence, who they live with and whether the place is rented, owned or free use. Making a false statement of your address […Read More…]
A study lead by the ONU points that 4.6% of the population in Argentina is immigrant (almost two million people) and it is positioned number 29 in the worldwide ranking. Most of them are from Paraguay, Bolivia and Chile. According to the UNESCO, immigrants are the people who choose to live “temporary o permanently in […Read More…]
This article is intended to provide our readers with an overview about the residency application process in Argentina for the “income based” (rentista) temporary residency permit of non-Mercosur citizens using the procedure of “radicaciones”. The main immigration statute in Argentina is the act n° 25.871 (Immigration Act) that provides the basic structure of the argentine […Read More…]
The rentista income requirement has been raised by the Immigration Department from AR$ 8,000 pesos to AR$ 30,000 pesos in July 2016. This affects new applications but also renewals. Please have this in mind if you are preparing your paperwork for your residency renewal.
If only one parent plans to leave Argentina with children/child who applied for residency you will be asked to show a notarized permission letter, failure to provide this document will result in travelers being refused exit. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info!
Attention Nationals from countries with a visa requirement to enter Argentina as tourists. (Most countries from Africa, Asia, Middle East, Dominican Republic, etc.). Unfortunately we are unable to assist in “individuals” residency applications for nationals from countries who need a tourist visa to enter Argentina since we don´t provide representation for Consular Processing. In these […Read More…]
We got our first deportation defense under the new policy and one would expect that the alien affected by the removal would be an immigrant who is a serious felon, drug dealer, organized criminal or ¨narco¨, but that’s wrong. It happens to be a young student who forgot to update his address and under the […Read More…]