Argentina Visa Requirements - Argentina Travel Info
Argentina Tourist Visa Requirements
Tourist visas are not required for entry into Argentina; you will receive a visa stamp valid for 90 days upon arrival. However, citizens of Canada and Australia must pay a reciprocity fee online, before arriving in Argentina. This is required for all entry points into Argentina.
As of March 24, 2016, Argentina has suspended the reciprocity fee required for U.S. citizens entering the country. This change is valid for at least the next three months. There is speculation that after the three months, an executive order could extend the suspended reciprocity fee indefinitely. Prior to traveling, please check with your Embassy for the most up-to-date information.
Please note, visa information stated here is only a guideline. Only the information given by the consulate of the country you are planning to visit is up-to-date, official and correct. To find the most updated information about Argentina tourist visa requirements, check http://www.projectvisa.com, http://www.visahq.com, check with your nearest consulate, or visit the Embassy of Argentina’s website.
As of July 2013, the Argentina Reciprocity Tax charges according to the following rates, per person:
|US Citizens||US 160
To pay the Argentina reciprocity fee in advance, complete the following steps:
- Go to https://virtual.provinciapagos.com.ar/ArgentineTaxes/Registro.aspx
- Complete the required information and pay the reciprocity fee with a credit card
- Print the receipt and keep it with your passport to show immigration authorities upon entry
Note about traveling to the Iguazu Falls: The Iguazu Falls lies on the border between Argentina and Brazil, and the border with Paraguay is very close by. If you want to enter Brazil or Paraguay to explore the area around the Iguazu Falls (even just for a day trip), you will need to obtain a Brazil tourist visa, which can take several weeks or a few months, and/or a Paraguay tourist visa. For the tourist visa into Brazil, please see our Brazil travel info page.
Please note before making arrangements to visit Argentina; you must have 6 months validity on your passport to enter the country.