Argentina – Reciprocity Fee Temporarily Suspended for U.S. Nationals

Effective immediately, Argentina has temporarily suspended the reciprocity fee for United States (U.S.) nationals entering Argentina on business or tourism for up to ninety (90) days. Previously, U.S. nationals were required to pay a reciprocity fee prior to entering Argentina.

The reciprocity fee payment required of U.S. nationals will be suspended for ninety (90) days or until a new decree is issued.

What you need to do
Planning ahead

  • If you are a U.S. national traveling to Argentina, please contact your Emigra Worldwide representative in order to confirm the validity or changes in relation to this payment.
  • Contact your Emigra Worldwide attorney or representative for further details on how this may impact you or your clients

    The information above was provided by Emigra Worldwide, our global network partners, and relevant government authorities. The information herein is for general purposes only and not intended as advice for a particular matter. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the global immigration professional with whom you work.