Visa policy of Argentina

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Entry stamp
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Entry and exit stamps of Argentina inside a Singapore passport.

Visitors to Argentina must obtain a visa from one of the Argentinian diplomatic missions unless they come from one of the visa exempt countries.[1]

Visa policy map[edit]

Visa policy of Argentina
  Argentina
  Entry possible with ID card only
  Visa-free
  Visa required

Visa exemption[edit]

Holders of passports of the following 88 jurisdictions can visit Argentina without a visa for up to 90 days (unless otherwise noted):[2][1]

ID - May also enter with the ID card.
1 - not applicable to holders of British subject or British Protected Person passport holders.
2 - For a stay of up to 30 days.

Diplomatic and service category passports[edit]

  Argentina
  Visa free access for diplomatic and service category passports

Holders of diplomatic or service category passports of Albania, Algeria, Angola, Azerbaijan, Belize, China, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Morocco, Mozambique, Pakistan, Philippines, Tunisia and Vietnam do not require a visa.[2]

Holders of diplomatic or service category passports of Australia, Canada, Ireland and United States require a visa.

Electronic Travel Authorization[edit]

Citizens of  China who also hold a valid B2 visa issued by the United States or a Schengen visa can obtain an Electronic Travel Authorization (AVE) at a cost of US$50 prior to travelling to Argentina. The validity of U.S. or Schengen visas must be more than 3 months. The processing time is 10 business days.[76][77][78]

Travel Certificate required[edit]

Holders of passports of the following jurisdictions must use a Travel Certificate issued by Argentina instead of a visa when travelling:[79]

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