ARGENTINA – Ten-Year Police Clearance Certificates Now Required for Immigration Applications

Effective 6 March 2019, the immigration authorities have published a new regulation requiring police clearance certificates submitted in support of immigration applications to include the applicant’s criminal record for the ten years prior to the certificate’s issuance.

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ARGENTINA – Ten-Year Police Clearance Certificates Now Required for Immigration Applications

This alert was prepared with information provided by Labs Relocation Services, CSM and Newland Chase.

ARGENTINA – New Application Process for 90-Day Work Permit

The National Immigration Office (DNM) has implemented changes to the application process for the 90-day work permit (24h visa).

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ARGENTINA – New Application Process for 90-Day Work Permit

This alert has been prepared with information from CSM.

ARGENTINA – Delays in Booking of Immigration Office Appointments

There is currently a low availability of appointments, and delays of up to a month and a half, for non-Mercosur visa applications at the Immigration Office (DNM).

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ARGENTINA – Delays in Booking of Immigration Office Appointments

This news alert was prepared using information provided by CSM.

ARGENTINA – Strike Expected to Affect Public Services

A general strike called by several large trade unions for 24 and 25 September 2018, in protest at the government’s economic policy, is expected to affect services provided by the National Immigration Office (DNM), the National Civil Registry (RENAPER), the Social Security Agency (ANSES), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the National Registry of Recidivism (RNR) among others.

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ARGENTINA – Strike Expected to Affect Public Services

This news alert was prepared using information provided by CSM.

ARGENTINA – Major Fee Increases for Most Immigration Processes

The Argentine Immigration Department is introducing a major increase in the fees for most immigration-related processes. Effective 6 June 2018, various governments fees for immigration processes – such as Transitory, Temporary, and Permanent Residence applications, Entry Permit applications, renewal applications, and change of category applications – will increase an average of 300 percent, up to 500 percent for some applications.

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ARGENTINA – Major Fee Increases for Most Immigration Processes

This news alert was prepared using information provided by Celano & Asociados.

ARGENTINA – Express Appointments Re-Established for Residence Applicants

Effective immediately, Argentina’s National Immigration Office (DNM) has put the express appointments system back into operation for temporary and permanent visa and residence applications and temporary work authorisations.

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ARGENTINA – Express Appointments Re-Established for Residence Applicants [UPDATED]

This news alert was prepared using information provided by CSM and Celano & Asociados.

ARGENTINA – No Express Appointments for Residence Applicants

Effective immediately, Argentina’s National Immigration Office (DNM) has suspended the system of express appointments for applications for temporary residence cards or conversions to permanent residence status.

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ARGENTINA – No Express Appointments for Residence Applicants

This news alert was prepared using information provided by CSM and Celano & Asociados.

ARGENTINA – Nationals of OECD Countries Now Visa Exempt for Business

Effective immediately, nationals of member countries of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) can travel to Argentina for business activities for stays of up to 90 days without requiring a business visa.

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ARGENTINA – Nationals of OECD Countries Now Visa Exempt for Business

This news alert was prepared using information provided by Celano & Asociados.

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ARGENTINA – New Peregrine Partner – Celano & Asociados Abogados

We are very pleased to announce that, in 2015, Celano & Asociados Abogados, a law firm in Argentina, became our partner for Immiguru.

Alongside our other partners, Celano & Avocados Abogados has been reviewing the data we have in Immiguru on immigration and work authorisation processes to Argentina, and alerting of us to procedural and legislative changes, and we are delighted that they have joined our partner network!

ARGENTINA – Registered Partners Can Now Obtain Dependent Immigration Status

Effective 13 October 2015, Argentina has expanded the eligibility criteria for dependent immigration status to include registered partners (including same-sex partners).

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ARGENTINA – Registered Partners Can Now Obtain Dependent Immigration Status

This news alert was prepared using information provided by Celano & Asociados.