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ARGENTINA IS OPEN- Argentina re-opened for tourism on 1 November 2021.

Chinese citizens can get the Reciprocity Fee by following iVisa's simple Argentina Reciprocity Fee online form. The document can be obtained online in about 15 minutes and must be presented when boarding your flight and to an immigration officer upon arrival.

Our years of experience, advanced software, and thousands of satisfied customers attest to iVisa's competence and safety when handling your visa application. Our professional staff carefully process your Argentina Reciprocity Fee application with the safest and most effective technology.

You can rest easy knowing that every Argentina Reciprocity Fee obtained at is verified and accepted directly by Argentinian immigration authorities.

Required Documents to Apply
  • Valid Passport

  • Answer simple personal questions

  • Credit/debit card or PayPal account

Important Instructions

Before 2016, citizens of the US, Australia and Canada were required to pay a "Reciprocity Fee" before they arrive to Argentina. But in March 2016 under the Macri administration, it was suspended in favor of collecting the Reciprocity Fee only for Argentinian born US citizens traveling to Argentina. On July 1st 2017, the Argentinian government announced that the Fee will no longer be required for Australian Citizens to enter Argentina. Finally, since January 1st 2018, it suspended the collection of Reciprocity Fees for US citizen traveling to Argentina.

Although Chinese passport holders can enter Argentina with a valid US visa (category B2) or Schengen visa, they must pay Argentina’s Reciprocity Fee and obtain Electronic Travel Authorization. You can apply here:

The countries in this list do not require visa when traveling as a tourist:

A) UP TO 90 (NINETY) DAYS: Andorra, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Czech Republic, Chile, Cyprus, Denmark, Ecuador, El Salvador, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Hong Kong (With Passport HKSAR), Hungary, Ireland, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea Republic, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, Montenegro, Nicaragua, Norway, New Zealand, Netherlands, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Saint Kitts and Nevis, San Marino, Santa Lucia, Saint Vincent and The Grenadines, Serbia, Singapore, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Suriname; Switzerland, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom Of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, United States of America, Uruguay, Vatican City.

B) UP TO 60 (SIXTY) DAYS: Venezuela.

C) UP TO 30 (THIRTY) DAYS: Grenada; Hong Kong (With British Passport B.N.O.); Jamaica; Republic of Kazakhstan and Malaysia.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Argentinian Reciprocity Fee is the official name for the Argentina tourist visa payable by all Canadian citizens. iVisa serves as a private platform to expedite the application process.

All Canadian citizens can get their Reciprocity Fee by following iVisa's simple online form. You can get this document in as little as 15 minutes and must be presented when boarding your flight and at the immigration office upon arrival.

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Our online application form takes only about 5 minutes to complete, and once your information is submitted and your payment is made successfully, then your documentations will arrive within 1 business day (for normal processing) or 15 minutes (for rush processing).
No. As of January 2013, you are not allowed to get the Reciprocity Fee from any Argentinian airport. You have to pay online!
In 2009, the Government of Argentina instituted the Reciprocity Fee for all Canadian citizens. It is said that this fee is maintained to support the local tourism economy.
For Canadian Citizens – Valid until one month before your current passport expires (passport you used to apply for the fee)
The Argentina Reciprocity Fee is only applicable to citizens of Canada.. For all other countries, please check our Visa Requirements page. Depending on your citizenship, you may be granted visa free entry, or have to apply for visa before you can travel to the country.
Yes, as long as you process your visa application from the iVisa website. Send us an email immediately upon realizing the mistake and we will apply the changes. NOTE that you can not change your passport number. You will ned to apply again if you entered the wrong passport number, all personal info can be changed if possible. HOWEVER, if you’re applying for the Reciprocity Fee from the government’s website, you may need to contact them directly to make the changes.
You may chat with iVisa directly using the live chat feature on our website (online) and discuss your questions and concerns. Alternately, you may email (
Yes, but only if the Argentina Reciprocity Fee has NOT been processed. Please note that the Service Fee is NONREFUNDABLE. Getting the Argentina Reciprocity Fee through our rush service means that all the fees are NONREFUNDABLE. As long as your Argentina Reciprocity Fee is valid, you may travel to Argentina at any time in the future, with exceptions only applicable on travelers who were born in Argentina. In this case, proof of birth must be submitted via email to allow us to process your refund from the Government of Argentina. Note that the refund process may take up to 30 business days and is issued on the same credit card you used to make the payment.
When you process your visa application from iVisa, you should get the visa within 1 business day, and within 15 minutes for rush service.
If you traveled to Argentina before 2010, you may not have paid the Argentina Reciprocity Fee since it was implemented in that very year. If you traveled to Argentina before 2013, you may check your passport for the Argentina Reciprocity Fee stamp. After 2013, you may ask us or the government for the documentation. As long as you hold a valid Argentina Reciprocity Fee, you may travel to Argentina anytime within the validity period.
Some points of entry allow travelers to show the Argentina Reciprocity Fee in electronic form from their mobile or tablet devices. HOWEVER, major airports in Canada may not entertain soft copies, and that applies to all points of land entry as well. To make sure you are on the safe side, always carry a printed copy of the Argentina Reciprocity Fee with you is not affiliated, nor related in any way to the Government of Argentina. We are a private organization that makes it easy for people to apply for Argentina Reciprocity Fee online.
The iVisa service fee is the primary source of revenue on our website, and helps you fast track the visa application process for visa or Argentina Reciprocity Fee. The fee is only $20 and helps you eliminate the hassle of government bureaucracy.
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