When you arrive in Argentina, you’ll be asked to show your passport to border guards at the border crossing.
You will then be asked if you would like to proceed.
If you decline, you will be stopped at the checkpoint.
You’ll then be fingerprinted and photographed.
If your fingerprints match, you’re approved to enter the country.
Your passport will be sent to you and you’ll need to bring it back to the nearest airport.
Once you’re inside the country, your passport will then automatically be stamped.
Here are some other things to know about Argentina: You need to pay a fee to obtain a visa to enter Argentina.
However, the fee is only $6, and you can only obtain a Visa for the duration of your stay.
The fee is valid for five consecutive days.
If the passport expires, it can be reissued.
You can apply for an extension of your visa for an additional three days.
A foreign passport issued in Argentina can be used to enter and/or leave the country for up to two weeks.
If an Argentine citizen or permanent resident, who is visiting the country temporarily, uses a foreign passport to travel to or from the country as an unaccompanied minor, the minor must first apply for a foreign visa.
If a foreign child under the age of 14 who is a legal resident of the country does not live in Argentina and is accompanying their parents or legal guardian, the parent or guardian will be required to show proof that they are a resident of Argentina.
If they do not have a permanent resident visa, the child will be able to leave and enter Argentina at their own expense.
If there are any questions about a specific country or visa application, please contact your embassy in Argentina.