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Argentina Visa or ETA requirements for citizens of the Philippines
Photo of Camilo Alvarez Camilo Alvarez
2 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

Planning a trip to Argentina as a citizen of the Philippines? Make sure you have the right Argentine Visa or ETA.

Let's find out which travel document you need and what the requirements are.

Do I require a visa or ETA to visit Argentina as a Filipino citizen?

While you normally require a visa to visit Argentina, there are certain exemptions in place.

The straightforward and quick Argentina ETA (AVE in Spanish), also called the Electronic Travel Authorization, is available for holders of valid USB2 or Schengen visas. These must still be valid for more than three months.

The ETA/AVE is suitable for tourism purposes only. You will have to upload the above documents to apply for an Argentina ETA.

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What is an Argentina ETA?

The ETA (AVE) system is an online method to receive travel authorization to Argentina. It's available only to visa-exempt countries and for travelers with certain travel documents.

What are the requirements to visit Argentina with an ETA?

If you are from the Philippines, the requirements for an ETA/AVE for Argentina include the following documents:

  • Valid Passport - Your valid Philippines passport must still be good for up to 6 months from your date of arrival in Argentina.

  • US B2 Visa or Schengen Visa - To get an ETA/AVE, you will need to either have a US B2 visa or a Schengen visa - you must upload a scan of this visa during the application process.

  • Travel itinerary - Have your travel plans (including when you will leave Argentina) ready to show to Immigration Officers.

  • Accommodation information - To prove where you're staying during your trip.

  • Payment method - You will need either a credit/debit card or a PayPal account to complete the ETA application process.

How to apply for the Argentina ETA from the Philippines

You can apply for the ETA in two ways:

  • Via the government: Go to the [official website of the ETA application] and follow the instructions. Make sure to include your US B2 or Schengen Visa information.

  • Via iVisa: For some extra confidence, use our platform to apply. Fill out your details, pay the fees, upload your supporting documents, and submit your application.

We'll do a review of your application, check your eligibility, and submit your application in time for your trip.

Need an Argentine visa instead?

If you don't have a B2 or Schengen Visa, make sure to apply for an Argentina Visa before you go. You can do so via the government. Find more info on the Argentina government website.

More info about traveling to Argentina from the Philippines

If you have any questions, contact us via online chat here or use WhatsApp. We're happy to help!

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