Reciprocity Fee Suspension Remains in Effect

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By Support July 10, 2016 Leave a comment Go to comments

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The 90 day halt on the reciprocity fee for US citizens expired on June 21, 2016. However, Argentina still hasn't reinstated the reciprocity fee for American citizens. What does this mean? Americans entering Argentina on tourism or short-term business still are not required to pay the reciprocity fee. This exempt period will remain in effect until Presidential order is issued. All that will be needed for US citizens to enter Argentina will be a valid passport that is valid for the duration of their stay in Argentina. Keep in mind that the stay cannot exceed 90 days from day of arrival.

Unfortunately, Canadians and Australian are still mandated to pay the entry fee (reciprocity fee) via an online processor.

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How can I obtain the Argentina Tourism Fee? -- Complete the online form and go through the checkout process. You will be able to download the receipt from our Website once the Argentina Tourism Fee is processed.