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| Updated on Jul 29, 2017

I Was Born In Argentina Visa To Argentina

I was born in Argentina but now I am an American Citizen. In the passport it is written that I was born in Argentina. Do I need a reciprocity papers attached to my passport. I want to be sure because I don't want to have problems when I get there. Thank you.

You do not need a Reciprocity Fee. This is what the government website says:

“SI USTED ES ARGENTINO (POR MAS QUE INGRESE AL PAIS CON PASAPORTE DE LAS TRES NACIONALIDADES INCLUIDAS EN EL DECRETO 1654/08), NO DEBE ABONAR LA TASA DE RECIPROCIDAD

IF YOU ARE ARGENTINE, (ALTHOUGH YOU ENTER THE COUNTRY WITH ANY OF THE THREE PASSPORT NATIONALITIES INCLUDING IN THE DECREE 1654/08), DO NOT PAY RECIPROCITY FEE”

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  • Note for US Citizens: Effective on March 24 2016, the Argentina Government has temporarily suspended the Argentina Reciprocity Fee for US citizens.
  • Note for all Australian citizens: From the 1st of July 2017, Australians no longer require to pay the Reciprocity fee to visit Argentina..

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