Visas to Argentina are divided into short-term visas (also known as Tourist Visas to Argentina) and long-term visas (residence visas).
A visa to visit Argentina is issued to foreign nationals who enter the country for short-term purposes under the following subcategories:
Argentina Tourist visa, Business visa, Medical visa and so on.
Resident visas to Argentina (long-term visas)
Long-term (resident) visas to Argentina, as the name implies, are issued to foreigners who want to settle in Argentina. The most common types of visas for residence in Argentina are:
Argentina Work visa, Student visa, Investment visa, and so on.
For more information about visa types, you can visit our website under the ‘’Services’’ section.
When applying for a visa to Argentina, you need to gather several supporting documents. The documents you submit will vary depending on the purpose of your trip. The standard set of documents for all visa applications to Argentina includes:
For more required documents you are welcome to visit our website under ‘’Services’’ section.
The visa process for an Argentine visa depends mainly on the particular embassy or consulate you are applying to. Some consulates promise to process your visa in as little as one week, while others will take longer.
You must pay the Argentine visa fee before you can apply for a visa. Argentine visa fees may vary depending on the type of visa for which you are applying and the consulate processing your application. However, you are likely to be expected to pay the following:
Argentine visa fee: €150 - €200
In addition, US, Australian, and Canadian citizens had to pay a reciprocity fee when traveling to Argentina, even though they did not have to apply for a visa. However, as of 2018, US and Australian citizens no longer have to pay this fee, at least for the time being.
Feel free to visit our website to check whether you need a visa or not. You have to choose the ‘’Services’’ section, select your nationality and place of your residence where you can find all the information.
In order to visit Argentina, you will have to apply for a visa to Argentina, unless you are from a visa-exempt country. Please visit our website and select the 'Services' section where you can find all the information you need on how to apply for a visa.