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GENERAL INFORMATION
National Context
Última actualización: Thu, 07/04/2022 - 15:02
National Health Emergency

The National Health Emergency established by Decree No. 260/20 is in force until December 31, 2022, in accordance with the extension of Decree No. 867/21 .

Border health measures are governed by Administrative Decision No. 370/2022 .

Through Administrative Decision No. 1198/21 , it was established that, as of January 1, 2022, people 13 years of age or older must have a Sanitary Pass that certifies the complete vaccination schedule against COVID-19 in order to attend certain activities.

National Context
Última actualización: Mon, 04/10/2021 - 12:59
Public Health Emergency

The National Health Emergency, established by Decree No. 260/20 and extended by Decree No. 167/21 of March 22, 2021, governs until December 31, 2021.

General Prevention Measures were established by Decree No. 678/21 from October 1 to December 31, 2021.

Epidemiological situation
Última actualización: Thu, 07/04/2022 - 15:02
Evolution of the Pandemic

Thanks to the progress of the vaccination plan and the maintenance of the health recommendations, a favorable epidemiological situation is presented in the different age groups and in all the jurisdictions of the country.

To access updated official information on cases, recoveries, mortality rate and tests carried out, you can access this link .

To consult in real time the public monitor of vaccines applied against COVID-19 in the country and by province, you can access this link .

Epidemiological situation
Última actualización: Mon, 04/10/2021 - 13:02
Epidemiological situation

Thanks to the advance of the vaccination plan and the maintenance of the sanitary recommendations, a favorable epidemiological situation is presented in the different age groups and in all the jurisdictions of the country.

To access updated official information on cases, recovered, mortality rate and tests carried out, you can enter this link. To consult in real time the public monitor of vaccines applied against COVID-19 in the country and by province, you can enter this link.

To consult in real-time the public monitor of vaccines applied against COVID-19 in the country and by province, please click on this link.

 

Measures against COVID
Última actualización: Thu, 07/04/2022 - 15:04
General Prevention Measures

Through Administrative Decision No. 1198/21 , it was established that, as of January 1, 2022, people 13 years of age or older must have a Sanitary Pass that certifies the complete vaccination schedule against COVID-19 in order to attend the next activities:

  • dance venues, discos or the like that take place in closed spaces;
  • party halls for dances, dances or the like that take place in closed spaces;
  • group trips for graduates, students, retirees and retirees or similar;
  • massive organized events of more than a thousand people that take place in open and closed spaces or outdoors.

The vaccination schedule must have been completed at least 14 days before attending the activity or event.

The form of accreditation will be through the application "Cuidar - System of prevention and citizen care against COVID-19". It must be exhibited at the request of public or private personnel designated for its verification and at the time prior to accessing the entrance of the event or activity.

ARTICLE 5.- If the self-diagnosis shows any symptoms compatible with COVID-19 or if the person is notified in the National Health Surveillance System as an active case of COVID-19, the screen of the “Care” application will be blocked – System of prevention and citizen care against COVID-19 without allowing access to any other screen or certificate, until this condition is modified, regardless of having the complete vaccination schedule.

People who could not access the application, as long as they are not suffering from the disease, may request from the competent jurisdictional authority the vaccination certificate against COVID-19 in paper and/or digital format, as required by the citizen. or the citizen, in which the doses applied and notified to the Nominalized Federal Vaccination Registry (NOMIVAC) are stated.

The implementation of the health pass is part of the strategies to expand vaccination coverage that the national portfolio and the provinces have been promoting.

The Ministry of Health of the Nation will determine the criteria for defining the complete vaccination scheme against COVID-19, and the authorities of the jurisdictions will establish the necessary control procedures to guarantee compliance with the measure.

In addition, jurisdictions may require accreditation of the full scheme for activities in addition to those mentioned above, depending on the epidemiological situation, the local vaccination plan, and advances in vaccination coverage against COVID-19.

Measures against COVID
Última actualización: Mon, 04/10/2021 - 14:11
Measures against COVID - 19

 

General Prevention Measures

Decree No. 678/21, which is in force from October 1 to December 31, 2021, establishes mandatory prevention measures for all people and provides specific regulations for activities that represent a greater epidemiological risk.

General Rules of Conduct, mandatory throughout the national territory:

a. People must maintain a minimum distance of TWO (2) meters between them.

b. Use face masks in closed and open shared spaces. Its use will not be mandatory only when circulating outdoors more than 2 meters away from other people.

c. The rooms must be adequately and constantly ventilated.

d. People should assiduously sanitize their hands.

e. Strict compliance must be given to the activity protocols and to the recommendations and instructions of the national and provincial health authorities and of the AUTONOMOUS CITY OF BUENOS AIRES.

f. In no case may circulate persons who have the status of "confirmed case" of COVID-19, "suspected case", or "close contact", according to the definitions established by the national health authority. The same applies to those who must comply with isolation in the terms of Decree No. 260/20, extended under the terms of Decree No. 167/21, its amendments and complementary regulations. 

Activities of higher epidemiological and sanitary risk:

The following activities, which pose a greater epidemiological and sanitary risk, must comply, in addition to the protocols, recommendations and instructions of the national, provincial and Autonomous City of Buenos Aires health authorities, the following conditions for their performance:

a. Group trips of graduates, students or similar, with the exception of those contemplated in subsection b., Must have authorization from the provincial jurisdictions of destination and permanence. All members of the contingent must have a negative antigen test upon boarding. Upon return, the members of the contingent must:

    i. Carry out an antigen test prior to boarding the return transport. If any of the diagnostic tests are positive, coordination with the local authorities for the isolation of the cases and their close contacts should be coordinated.
   ii. Those people who do not have a complete vaccination scheme 14 days prior to the start of the trip, must carry out a 7-day isolation and, on their own, a new test that must be reported to the National Surveillance System by the laboratory. The control of the testing will be in charge of the travel company.

b. In group trips for retirees, all members of the contingent must present a complete vaccination schedule that occurred at least 14 days prior to the start of the trip.

c. Activities in discotheques, dance venues or similar that take place in closed spaces, may use a maximum of 50% of the authorized capacity, except in cases where a lower capacity is expressly provided for by current regulations. In addition, they must require those who attend these activities, a complete vaccination schedule that occurred at least 14 days before the activity.

d. Activities in party halls for dances, dances or similar that take place in closed spaces, may use a maximum of 50% of the authorized capacity, except in cases where a lower capacity is expressly provided for by current regulations. In addition, they must require those who attend these activities, a complete vaccination schedule that occurred at least 14 days before the event, or a negative diagnostic test carried out no more than 48 hours in advance.

e. Massive events of more than 1000 people:

    i. Those that are carried out in closed spaces may use a maximum of 50% of the authorized capacity and must require the people who attend to have a complete vaccination scheme that occurred at least 14 days before the event, or at least one dose of vaccine plus negative diagnostic test carried out no more than 48 hours in advance.

   ii. Those carried out in outdoor spaces may use a maximum of 50% of the authorized capacity and must require concurrent people over 18 years of age to have at least one dose of vaccine applied, at least, with 14 days before the event.

The governors and the governors of provinces and the head of government of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, in attention to epidemiological and sanitary conditions, may establish temporary and targeted restrictions additional to those provided for in this article, in the places under their jurisdiction, with respect to the performance of certain activities, by hours or by zones, in order to contain contagions by COVID-19, with the prior agreement of the provincial health authority or the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, as appropriate.

 

TRAVELS
Travel » Entry restrictions
Última actualización: Thu, 07/04/2022 - 14:46
Borders and entry into the national territory

Opening to tourism from all countries.

The entry into the national territory of non-resident foreigners was restored, provided that they comply with current immigration and health requirements or those established in the future.

Border regulations are defined in the following standards:

Decree No. 260/20 , its complementary and amending regulations.

Administrative Decision No. 370/22 , its complementary and amending regulations.

Provision No. 3025/20 of the National Directorate of Migration and its amendments.

Travel » Entry restrictions
Última actualización: Thu, 07/04/2022 - 14:46
Borders and entry into the national territory

Opening to tourism from all countries.

The entry into the national territory of non-resident foreigners was restored, provided that they comply with current immigration and health requirements or those established in the future.

Border regulations are defined in the following standards:

Decree No. 260/20 , its complementary and amending regulations.

Administrative Decision No. 370/22 , its complementary and amending regulations.

Provision No. 3025/20 of the National Directorate of Migration and its amendments.

Travel » Entry restrictions
Última actualización: Thu, 07/04/2022 - 14:46
Borders and entry into the national territory

Opening to tourism from all countries.

The entry into the national territory of non-resident foreigners was restored, provided that they comply with current immigration and health requirements or those established in the future.

Border regulations are defined in the following standards:

Decree No. 260/20 , its complementary and amending regulations.

Administrative Decision No. 370/22 , its complementary and amending regulations.

Provision No. 3025/20 of the National Directorate of Migration and its amendments.

Travel » Entry restrictions
Última actualización: Mon, 04/10/2021 - 14:36
Borders and entry into the national territory

Opening to neighboring countries as of October 1, 2021

Until October 31, 2021, the prohibition to enter the national territory established by Decree No. 274/20 is extended.

Nationals or residents of neighboring countries who have stayed in foreign countries for 14 days prior to entering the national territory are exempted from the established entry prohibition, provided that they comply with the indications, recommendations and sanitary and migratory requirements for entry and permanence in the country established or to be established in the future.

The National Migration Directorate, a decentralized body acting in the orbit of the Ministry of the Interior, will determine and enable the international steps to enter the national territory that are most convenient for this purpose, through the safe corridors established in accordance with article 16 of the Decree N ° 260/20, and complementary norms or the authorizations of exception that are required.

Entry authorizations for non-resident foreigners are made by note if they involve family reunification, work, health or humanitarian reasons. As of August 7, the direct relatives of Argentines and residents have to present the documentation that proves the link directly to the transport company: Argentine DNI of the relative and certificate of birth, marriage or coexistence.

Progressive advance of quotas

Air quotas:

- Between October 1 and 3 - 2300 places per day.
- Between October 4 and 10 - 21,000 places per week.
- As of October 11 and until 14 days after reaching 50% of the population with complete vaccination - 28,000 weekly places.
- After 14 days of reaching 50% of the population with a complete vaccination scheme, the quotas will be eliminated.

Maritime-fluvial quota:

- 5 weekly operations for each of the passenger transport companies.

Open to all countries as of November 1, 2021

As of November 1, 2021, the entry into the national territory of non-resident foreigners is restored, provided that they comply with the current immigration and health requirements or that are established in the future.

The entry of non-resident foreigners in the national territory will be carried out through the safe corridors established in the terms of article 16 of Decree No. 260/20 and complementary regulations, except for:

a. people who are affected by the transfer of merchandise by international trade operations of merchandise cargo transportation, by air, land, sea, river and lake means;
b. carriers and crew of ships and aircraft;
c. the people affected by the operation of flights and medical transfers; and
d. Persons duly authorized by the National Directorate of Migration, when there are special and accredited humanitarian reasons that warrant it, with the corresponding intervention of the national health authority and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Worship, in the terms established by the regulation.

Border regulations are defined in the following standards:

Decree No. 274/20 and its amendments and supplements, effective until October 31, 2021, inclusive.

Decree No. 678/21 effective until December 31, 2021, inclusive.

Administrative Decision No. 951/21 and its supplements, effective until December 31, 2021.

Disposition No. 3763/20 of the National Directorate of Migration and its amendments.

Travel » Entry restrictions
Última actualización: Mon, 04/10/2021 - 14:36
Borders and entry into the national territory

Opening to neighboring countries as of October 1, 2021

Until October 31, 2021, the prohibition to enter the national territory established by Decree No. 274/20 is extended.

Nationals or residents of neighboring countries who have stayed in foreign countries for 14 days prior to entering the national territory are exempted from the established entry prohibition, provided that they comply with the indications, recommendations and sanitary and migratory requirements for entry and permanence in the country established or to be established in the future.

The National Migration Directorate, a decentralized body acting in the orbit of the Ministry of the Interior, will determine and enable the international steps to enter the national territory that are most convenient for this purpose, through the safe corridors established in accordance with article 16 of the Decree N ° 260/20, and complementary norms or the authorizations of exception that are required.

Entry authorizations for non-resident foreigners are made by note if they involve family reunification, work, health or humanitarian reasons. As of August 7, the direct relatives of Argentines and residents have to present the documentation that proves the link directly to the transport company: Argentine DNI of the relative and certificate of birth, marriage or coexistence.

Progressive advance of quotas

Air quotas:

- Between October 1 and 3 - 2300 places per day.
- Between October 4 and 10 - 21,000 places per week.
- As of October 11 and until 14 days after reaching 50% of the population with complete vaccination - 28,000 weekly places.
- After 14 days of reaching 50% of the population with a complete vaccination scheme, the quotas will be eliminated.

Maritime-fluvial quota:

- 5 weekly operations for each of the passenger transport companies.

Open to all countries as of November 1, 2021

As of November 1, 2021, the entry into the national territory of non-resident foreigners is restored, provided that they comply with the current immigration and health requirements or that are established in the future.

The entry of non-resident foreigners in the national territory will be carried out through the safe corridors established in the terms of article 16 of Decree No. 260/20 and complementary regulations, except for:

a. people who are affected by the transfer of merchandise by international trade operations of merchandise cargo transportation, by air, land, sea, river and lake means;
b. carriers and crew of ships and aircraft;
c. the people affected by the operation of flights and medical transfers; and
d. Persons duly authorized by the National Directorate of Migration, when there are special and accredited humanitarian reasons that warrant it, with the corresponding intervention of the national health authority and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Worship, in the terms established by the regulation.

Border regulations are defined in the following standards:

Decree No. 274/20 and its amendments and supplements, effective until October 31, 2021, inclusive.

Decree No. 678/21 effective until December 31, 2021, inclusive.

Administrative Decision No. 951/21 and its supplements, effective until December 31, 2021.

Disposition No. 3763/20 of the National Directorate of Migration and its amendments.

Travel » Entry restrictions
Última actualización: Mon, 04/10/2021 - 14:36
Borders and entry into the national territory

Opening to neighboring countries as of October 1, 2021

Until October 31, 2021, the prohibition to enter the national territory established by Decree No. 274/20 is extended.

Nationals or residents of neighboring countries who have stayed in foreign countries for 14 days prior to entering the national territory are exempted from the established entry prohibition, provided that they comply with the indications, recommendations and sanitary and migratory requirements for entry and permanence in the country established or to be established in the future.

The National Migration Directorate, a decentralized body acting in the orbit of the Ministry of the Interior, will determine and enable the international steps to enter the national territory that are most convenient for this purpose, through the safe corridors established in accordance with article 16 of the Decree N ° 260/20, and complementary norms or the authorizations of exception that are required.

Entry authorizations for non-resident foreigners are made by note if they involve family reunification, work, health or humanitarian reasons. As of August 7, the direct relatives of Argentines and residents have to present the documentation that proves the link directly to the transport company: Argentine DNI of the relative and certificate of birth, marriage or coexistence.

Progressive advance of quotas

Air quotas:

- Between October 1 and 3 - 2300 places per day.
- Between October 4 and 10 - 21,000 places per week.
- As of October 11 and until 14 days after reaching 50% of the population with complete vaccination - 28,000 weekly places.
- After 14 days of reaching 50% of the population with a complete vaccination scheme, the quotas will be eliminated.

Maritime-fluvial quota:

- 5 weekly operations for each of the passenger transport companies.

Open to all countries as of November 1, 2021

As of November 1, 2021, the entry into the national territory of non-resident foreigners is restored, provided that they comply with the current immigration and health requirements or that are established in the future.

The entry of non-resident foreigners in the national territory will be carried out through the safe corridors established in the terms of article 16 of Decree No. 260/20 and complementary regulations, except for:

a. people who are affected by the transfer of merchandise by international trade operations of merchandise cargo transportation, by air, land, sea, river and lake means;
b. carriers and crew of ships and aircraft;
c. the people affected by the operation of flights and medical transfers; and
d. Persons duly authorized by the National Directorate of Migration, when there are special and accredited humanitarian reasons that warrant it, with the corresponding intervention of the national health authority and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Worship, in the terms established by the regulation.

Border regulations are defined in the following standards:

Decree No. 274/20 and its amendments and supplements, effective until October 31, 2021, inclusive.

Decree No. 678/21 effective until December 31, 2021, inclusive.

Administrative Decision No. 951/21 and its supplements, effective until December 31, 2021.

Disposition No. 3763/20 of the National Directorate of Migration and its amendments.

Travel » Travel documents
Última actualización: Fri, 15/07/2022 - 19:04
Valid travel documents

Electronic Affidavit. It must be completed in a mandatory way to enter the country within 48 hours prior to the trip and show it on boarding to the operator of the international means of transport. People over 70 years of age can file in digital or paper format ( DNM Provision No. 3025/2020 ).

Nationals : Passport or DNI.

Nationals of Mercosur and Associated States : Passport or Identity Card (Decisions of the MERCOSUR Common Market Council No. 18/08, 37/14 and 46/15).

Extra Mercosur foreigners : Passport.

Visas when required.



Visas: 

-Check here if your nationality requires a visa to enter the country. (List of Nationalities).

-In case your nationality requires a visa, enter here to learn about the different types of visas and the requirements to meet. (Types of visas and requirements).

Travel » Travel documents
Última actualización: Fri, 15/07/2022 - 19:04
Valid travel documents

Electronic Affidavit. It must be completed in a mandatory way to enter the country within 48 hours prior to the trip and show it on boarding to the operator of the international means of transport. People over 70 years of age can file in digital or paper format ( DNM Provision No. 3025/2020 ).

Nationals : Passport or DNI.

Nationals of Mercosur and Associated States : Passport or Identity Card (Decisions of the MERCOSUR Common Market Council No. 18/08, 37/14 and 46/15).

Extra Mercosur foreigners : Passport.

Visas when required.



Visas: 

-Check here if your nationality requires a visa to enter the country. (List of Nationalities).

-In case your nationality requires a visa, enter here to learn about the different types of visas and the requirements to meet. (Types of visas and requirements).

Travel » Travel documents
Última actualización: Fri, 15/07/2022 - 19:04
Valid travel documents

Electronic Affidavit. It must be completed in a mandatory way to enter the country within 48 hours prior to the trip and show it on boarding to the operator of the international means of transport. People over 70 years of age can file in digital or paper format ( DNM Provision No. 3025/2020 ).

Nationals : Passport or DNI.

Nationals of Mercosur and Associated States : Passport or Identity Card (Decisions of the MERCOSUR Common Market Council No. 18/08, 37/14 and 46/15).

Extra Mercosur foreigners : Passport.

Visas when required.



Visas: 

-Check here if your nationality requires a visa to enter the country. (List of Nationalities).

-In case your nationality requires a visa, enter here to learn about the different types of visas and the requirements to meet. (Types of visas and requirements).

Travel » Travel documents
Última actualización: Tue, 10/08/2021 - 16:03
Valid Travel Documents

Electronic Affidavit. It must be completed in a mandatory way to enter and leave the country within 48 hours prior to the trip and show it on boarding to the operator of the international means of transport. People over 70 years of age are excepted.

Nationals: Passport or national identity  card (DNI)

Nationals of MERCOSUR: Passport or identity card  (Decision CMC 46/15)

Foreigners outside MERCOSUR: Passport

Family reunification: direct relatives of argentines and residents have to present the documentation that proves the link directly to the transport company: argentine DNI of the relative and certificate of birth, marriage or cohabitation.

 

 

Travel » Travel documents
Última actualización: Tue, 10/08/2021 - 16:03
Valid Travel Documents

Electronic Affidavit. It must be completed in a mandatory way to enter and leave the country within 48 hours prior to the trip and show it on boarding to the operator of the international means of transport. People over 70 years of age are excepted.

Nationals: Passport or national identity  card (DNI)

Nationals of MERCOSUR: Passport or identity card  (Decision CMC 46/15)

Foreigners outside MERCOSUR: Passport

Family reunification: direct relatives of argentines and residents have to present the documentation that proves the link directly to the transport company: argentine DNI of the relative and certificate of birth, marriage or cohabitation.

 

 

Travel » Travel documents
Última actualización: Tue, 10/08/2021 - 16:03
Valid Travel Documents

Electronic Affidavit. It must be completed in a mandatory way to enter and leave the country within 48 hours prior to the trip and show it on boarding to the operator of the international means of transport. People over 70 years of age are excepted.

Nationals: Passport or national identity  card (DNI)

Nationals of MERCOSUR: Passport or identity card  (Decision CMC 46/15)

Foreigners outside MERCOSUR: Passport

Family reunification: direct relatives of argentines and residents have to present the documentation that proves the link directly to the transport company: argentine DNI of the relative and certificate of birth, marriage or cohabitation.

 

 

Travel » Enabled Entry Points
Última actualización: Tue, 26/07/2022 - 10:57
Authorized Safe Brokers

It is no longer necessary to authorize points of entry into the national territory as a "safe corridor".

In accordance with Administrative Decision 370/2022 , a scheduled and staggered opening of all points of entry into the national territory not enabled to date will be carried out, which will be enabled in coordination with the national and jurisdictional authorities and in accordance with the Coordination Agreements. of opening and closing of subscribed border crossings.

Given the adverse weather conditions that may occur during the winter season, some border crossings located in the Andes Mountains could be affected, it is recommended that the traveler check the status of the border crossing before making the trip.

Travel » Enabled Entry Points
Última actualización: Tue, 26/07/2022 - 10:57
Authorized Safe Brokers

It is no longer necessary to authorize points of entry into the national territory as a "safe corridor".

In accordance with Administrative Decision 370/2022 , a scheduled and staggered opening of all points of entry into the national territory not enabled to date will be carried out, which will be enabled in coordination with the national and jurisdictional authorities and in accordance with the Coordination Agreements. of opening and closing of subscribed border crossings.

Given the adverse weather conditions that may occur during the winter season, some border crossings located in the Andes Mountains could be affected, it is recommended that the traveler check the status of the border crossing before making the trip.

Travel » Enabled Entry Points
Última actualización: Tue, 26/07/2022 - 10:57
Authorized Safe Brokers

It is no longer necessary to authorize points of entry into the national territory as a "safe corridor".

In accordance with Administrative Decision 370/2022 , a scheduled and staggered opening of all points of entry into the national territory not enabled to date will be carried out, which will be enabled in coordination with the national and jurisdictional authorities and in accordance with the Coordination Agreements. of opening and closing of subscribed border crossings.

Given the adverse weather conditions that may occur during the winter season, some border crossings located in the Andes Mountains could be affected, it is recommended that the traveler check the status of the border crossing before making the trip.

Travel » Enabled Entry Points
Última actualización: Thu, 24/06/2021 - 22:00
Enabled entry points

Air:

Ministro Pistarini International Airport

San Fernando International Airport

Jorge Newbery Metropolitan Airport
 

Land:

Not enabled.

Exception of the entry and exit restriction (to guarantee the movement with  the Republic of Chile and the connection with Argentina): 

- San Sebastián (inTierra del Fuego, Antarctica and South Atlantic Islands) 

- Integración Austral (Santa Cruz). 

The remaining land borders will be closed, except for international trade purposes.

Sea:

 Buenos Aires port (Buquebus terminal).

 

Travel » Enabled Entry Points
Última actualización: Thu, 24/06/2021 - 22:00
Enabled entry points

Air:

Ministro Pistarini International Airport

San Fernando International Airport

Jorge Newbery Metropolitan Airport
 

Land:

Not enabled.

Exception of the entry and exit restriction (to guarantee the movement with  the Republic of Chile and the connection with Argentina): 

- San Sebastián (inTierra del Fuego, Antarctica and South Atlantic Islands) 

- Integración Austral (Santa Cruz). 

The remaining land borders will be closed, except for international trade purposes.

Sea:

 Buenos Aires port (Buquebus terminal).

 

Travel » Enabled Entry Points
Última actualización: Thu, 24/06/2021 - 22:00
Enabled entry points

Air:

Ministro Pistarini International Airport

San Fernando International Airport

Jorge Newbery Metropolitan Airport
 

Land:

Not enabled.

Exception of the entry and exit restriction (to guarantee the movement with  the Republic of Chile and the connection with Argentina): 

- San Sebastián (inTierra del Fuego, Antarctica and South Atlantic Islands) 

- Integración Austral (Santa Cruz). 

The remaining land borders will be closed, except for international trade purposes.

Sea:

 Buenos Aires port (Buquebus terminal).

 

Travel » Restrictions on internal mobility
Última actualización: Thu, 07/04/2022 - 14:40
Limitations on internal transfers.

Through Administrative Decision No. 1198/21 , it was established that, as of January 1, 2022, people 13 years of age or older must have a Sanitary Pass that certifies the complete vaccination schedule against COVID-19 in order to attend the next activities:

  • dance venues, discos or the like that take place in closed spaces;
  • party halls for dances, dances or the like that take place in closed spaces;
  • group trips for graduates, students, retirees and retirees or similar;
  • massive organized events of more than a thousand people that take place in open and closed spaces or outdoors.

The vaccination schedule must have been completed at least 14 days before attending the activity or event.

The form of accreditation will be through the application "Cuidar - System of prevention and citizen care against COVID-19". It must be exhibited at the request of public or private personnel designated for its verification and at the time prior to accessing the entrance of the event or activity.

If the self-diagnosis shows any symptom compatible with COVID-19 or if the person is notified in the National Health Surveillance System as an active case of COVID-19, the screen of the "Cuidar" application - System of prevention and citizen care will be blocked. against COVID-19 without allowing access to any other screen or certificate, until this condition is modified, regardless of having the complete vaccination schedule.

People who could not access the application, as long as they are not suffering from the disease, may request from the competent jurisdictional authority the vaccination certificate against COVID-19 in paper and/or digital format, as required by the citizen. or the citizen, in which the doses applied and notified to the Nominalized Federal Vaccination Registry (NOMIVAC) are recorded.

The implementation of the health pass is part of the strategies to expand vaccination coverage that the national portfolio and the provinces have been promoting.

The Ministry of Health of the Nation will determine the criteria for defining the complete vaccination scheme against COVID-19, and the authorities of the jurisdictions will establish the necessary control procedures to guarantee compliance with the measure.

In addition, jurisdictions may require accreditation of the full scheme for activities in addition to those mentioned above, depending on the epidemiological situation, the local vaccination plan, and advances in vaccination coverage against COVID-19.

Travel » Restrictions on internal mobility
Última actualización: Thu, 07/04/2022 - 14:40
Limitations on internal transfers.

Through Administrative Decision No. 1198/21 , it was established that, as of January 1, 2022, people 13 years of age or older must have a Sanitary Pass that certifies the complete vaccination schedule against COVID-19 in order to attend the next activities:

  • dance venues, discos or the like that take place in closed spaces;
  • party halls for dances, dances or the like that take place in closed spaces;
  • group trips for graduates, students, retirees and retirees or similar;
  • massive organized events of more than a thousand people that take place in open and closed spaces or outdoors.

The vaccination schedule must have been completed at least 14 days before attending the activity or event.

The form of accreditation will be through the application "Cuidar - System of prevention and citizen care against COVID-19". It must be exhibited at the request of public or private personnel designated for its verification and at the time prior to accessing the entrance of the event or activity.

If the self-diagnosis shows any symptom compatible with COVID-19 or if the person is notified in the National Health Surveillance System as an active case of COVID-19, the screen of the "Cuidar" application - System of prevention and citizen care will be blocked. against COVID-19 without allowing access to any other screen or certificate, until this condition is modified, regardless of having the complete vaccination schedule.

People who could not access the application, as long as they are not suffering from the disease, may request from the competent jurisdictional authority the vaccination certificate against COVID-19 in paper and/or digital format, as required by the citizen. or the citizen, in which the doses applied and notified to the Nominalized Federal Vaccination Registry (NOMIVAC) are recorded.

The implementation of the health pass is part of the strategies to expand vaccination coverage that the national portfolio and the provinces have been promoting.

The Ministry of Health of the Nation will determine the criteria for defining the complete vaccination scheme against COVID-19, and the authorities of the jurisdictions will establish the necessary control procedures to guarantee compliance with the measure.

In addition, jurisdictions may require accreditation of the full scheme for activities in addition to those mentioned above, depending on the epidemiological situation, the local vaccination plan, and advances in vaccination coverage against COVID-19.

Travel » Restrictions on internal mobility
Última actualización: Thu, 07/04/2022 - 14:40
Limitations on internal transfers.

Through Administrative Decision No. 1198/21 , it was established that, as of January 1, 2022, people 13 years of age or older must have a Sanitary Pass that certifies the complete vaccination schedule against COVID-19 in order to attend the next activities:

  • dance venues, discos or the like that take place in closed spaces;
  • party halls for dances, dances or the like that take place in closed spaces;
  • group trips for graduates, students, retirees and retirees or similar;
  • massive organized events of more than a thousand people that take place in open and closed spaces or outdoors.

The vaccination schedule must have been completed at least 14 days before attending the activity or event.

The form of accreditation will be through the application "Cuidar - System of prevention and citizen care against COVID-19". It must be exhibited at the request of public or private personnel designated for its verification and at the time prior to accessing the entrance of the event or activity.

If the self-diagnosis shows any symptom compatible with COVID-19 or if the person is notified in the National Health Surveillance System as an active case of COVID-19, the screen of the "Cuidar" application - System of prevention and citizen care will be blocked. against COVID-19 without allowing access to any other screen or certificate, until this condition is modified, regardless of having the complete vaccination schedule.

People who could not access the application, as long as they are not suffering from the disease, may request from the competent jurisdictional authority the vaccination certificate against COVID-19 in paper and/or digital format, as required by the citizen. or the citizen, in which the doses applied and notified to the Nominalized Federal Vaccination Registry (NOMIVAC) are recorded.

The implementation of the health pass is part of the strategies to expand vaccination coverage that the national portfolio and the provinces have been promoting.

The Ministry of Health of the Nation will determine the criteria for defining the complete vaccination scheme against COVID-19, and the authorities of the jurisdictions will establish the necessary control procedures to guarantee compliance with the measure.

In addition, jurisdictions may require accreditation of the full scheme for activities in addition to those mentioned above, depending on the epidemiological situation, the local vaccination plan, and advances in vaccination coverage against COVID-19.

Travel » Restrictions on internal mobility
Última actualización: Tue, 10/08/2021 - 16:13
Restrictions on internal mobility

The following activities are suspended throughout the national territory until October 1, 2021 according to Decree Nº 494/21:

https://www.boletinoficial.gob.ar/detalleAviso/primera/247815/20210807

a.Group trips of graduates, of retirees and group of students, or similar.

b.Social gatherings in private homes of more than ten people. If the address has an outdoor space and the meeting is held there, the attendance may reach up to twenty people.

c.Activities and social gatherings in public outdoor spaces for more than one hundred people.

d.Activities in discos, party halls, dances, or similar activities.

e.Massive events of more than a thousand people.

The governors and the governors of provinces and the head of government of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, in attention to epidemiological and sanitary conditions, may establish temporary and targeted restrictions additional to those provided for in this article, in the places under their jurisdiction, with respect to the performance of certain activities, by hours or by zones, in order to contain contagions by COVID-19, with the prior agreement of the provincial health authority or the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, as appropriate.

In the areas classified as epidemiological and sanitary alarm, the following activities are suspended for a period of 9 days:

  1. Restrictions on driving between eight o’clock and six o’clock the next day.
  2. Any massive event is prohibited.
  3. For economic, industrial, commercial, and service activities carried out in closed places, the capacity will be up to a maximum of fifty percent of the maximum capacity enabled, except in cases where a lower capacity is expressly provided for by current regulations, or by protocol approved by the competent authority.
  4. For religious, cultural, sports, recreational and social activities that are carried out in closed places, the capacity will be up to thirty percent of the maximum capacity enabled, except in cases where a lower capacity is expressly provided by current regulations, or by protocol approved by the competent authority.
  5. Social gatherings may not be held in the private homes of more than ten people,
  6. Activities and social gatherings in public outdoor spaces of more than twenty people may not be carried out.
  7. Public passenger transport may only be used by the people affected by the activities, services and situations included in article 11 of Decree 125/21 or in those cases in which its use had been expressly authorized on the date of issuance of this decree, as well as by the people who must attend for their health care, or have a vaccination turn, with their companions, if applicable. In these cases, people must carry the unique authorization certificate for circulation – covid-19 emergency, which authorizes them for this purpose.

 

At the end of the nine-day period of validity of the restrictions provided, and if after twenty-eight days have elapsed, the agglomerate, department or party continues in a situation of epidemiological and sanitary alarm, the planned restriction measures will be applied for another nine days.

Through this link you can know the areas classified as epidemiological alarm, high, medium and low risk, and by clicking on this link you can find out the measures available for each of them.

Travel » Restrictions on internal mobility
Última actualización: Tue, 10/08/2021 - 16:13
Restrictions on internal mobility

The following activities are suspended throughout the national territory until October 1, 2021 according to Decree Nº 494/21:

https://www.boletinoficial.gob.ar/detalleAviso/primera/247815/20210807

a.Group trips of graduates, of retirees and group of students, or similar.

b.Social gatherings in private homes of more than ten people. If the address has an outdoor space and the meeting is held there, the attendance may reach up to twenty people.

c.Activities and social gatherings in public outdoor spaces for more than one hundred people.

d.Activities in discos, party halls, dances, or similar activities.

e.Massive events of more than a thousand people.

The governors and the governors of provinces and the head of government of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, in attention to epidemiological and sanitary conditions, may establish temporary and targeted restrictions additional to those provided for in this article, in the places under their jurisdiction, with respect to the performance of certain activities, by hours or by zones, in order to contain contagions by COVID-19, with the prior agreement of the provincial health authority or the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, as appropriate.

In the areas classified as epidemiological and sanitary alarm, the following activities are suspended for a period of 9 days:

  1. Restrictions on driving between eight o’clock and six o’clock the next day.
  2. Any massive event is prohibited.
  3. For economic, industrial, commercial, and service activities carried out in closed places, the capacity will be up to a maximum of fifty percent of the maximum capacity enabled, except in cases where a lower capacity is expressly provided for by current regulations, or by protocol approved by the competent authority.
  4. For religious, cultural, sports, recreational and social activities that are carried out in closed places, the capacity will be up to thirty percent of the maximum capacity enabled, except in cases where a lower capacity is expressly provided by current regulations, or by protocol approved by the competent authority.
  5. Social gatherings may not be held in the private homes of more than ten people,
  6. Activities and social gatherings in public outdoor spaces of more than twenty people may not be carried out.
  7. Public passenger transport may only be used by the people affected by the activities, services and situations included in article 11 of Decree 125/21 or in those cases in which its use had been expressly authorized on the date of issuance of this decree, as well as by the people who must attend for their health care, or have a vaccination turn, with their companions, if applicable. In these cases, people must carry the unique authorization certificate for circulation – covid-19 emergency, which authorizes them for this purpose.

 

At the end of the nine-day period of validity of the restrictions provided, and if after twenty-eight days have elapsed, the agglomerate, department or party continues in a situation of epidemiological and sanitary alarm, the planned restriction measures will be applied for another nine days.

Through this link you can know the areas classified as epidemiological alarm, high, medium and low risk, and by clicking on this link you can find out the measures available for each of them.

Travel » Restrictions on internal mobility
Última actualización: Tue, 10/08/2021 - 16:13
Restrictions on internal mobility

The following activities are suspended throughout the national territory until October 1, 2021 according to Decree Nº 494/21:

https://www.boletinoficial.gob.ar/detalleAviso/primera/247815/20210807

a.Group trips of graduates, of retirees and group of students, or similar.

b.Social gatherings in private homes of more than ten people. If the address has an outdoor space and the meeting is held there, the attendance may reach up to twenty people.

c.Activities and social gatherings in public outdoor spaces for more than one hundred people.

d.Activities in discos, party halls, dances, or similar activities.

e.Massive events of more than a thousand people.

The governors and the governors of provinces and the head of government of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, in attention to epidemiological and sanitary conditions, may establish temporary and targeted restrictions additional to those provided for in this article, in the places under their jurisdiction, with respect to the performance of certain activities, by hours or by zones, in order to contain contagions by COVID-19, with the prior agreement of the provincial health authority or the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, as appropriate.

In the areas classified as epidemiological and sanitary alarm, the following activities are suspended for a period of 9 days:

  1. Restrictions on driving between eight o’clock and six o’clock the next day.
  2. Any massive event is prohibited.
  3. For economic, industrial, commercial, and service activities carried out in closed places, the capacity will be up to a maximum of fifty percent of the maximum capacity enabled, except in cases where a lower capacity is expressly provided for by current regulations, or by protocol approved by the competent authority.
  4. For religious, cultural, sports, recreational and social activities that are carried out in closed places, the capacity will be up to thirty percent of the maximum capacity enabled, except in cases where a lower capacity is expressly provided by current regulations, or by protocol approved by the competent authority.
  5. Social gatherings may not be held in the private homes of more than ten people,
  6. Activities and social gatherings in public outdoor spaces of more than twenty people may not be carried out.
  7. Public passenger transport may only be used by the people affected by the activities, services and situations included in article 11 of Decree 125/21 or in those cases in which its use had been expressly authorized on the date of issuance of this decree, as well as by the people who must attend for their health care, or have a vaccination turn, with their companions, if applicable. In these cases, people must carry the unique authorization certificate for circulation – covid-19 emergency, which authorizes them for this purpose.

 

At the end of the nine-day period of validity of the restrictions provided, and if after twenty-eight days have elapsed, the agglomerate, department or party continues in a situation of epidemiological and sanitary alarm, the planned restriction measures will be applied for another nine days.

Through this link you can know the areas classified as epidemiological alarm, high, medium and low risk, and by clicking on this link you can find out the measures available for each of them.

HEALTH AND SECURITY
Requirements
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Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información

Maritime

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información

Land

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
Tipo de frontera

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Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información

Maritime

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información

Land

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información
Requirements
Tipo de frontera

Aerial

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información

Maritime

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información

Land

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
Tipo de frontera

Aerial

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información

Maritime

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información

Land

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información
Requirements
Tipo de frontera

Aerial

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información

Maritime

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información

Land

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
Tipo de frontera

Aerial

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información

Maritime

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información

Land

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información
Access to health services
Última actualización: Mon, 29/11/2021 - 14:26
Health coverage

The Argentine Republic provides universal health coverage.

The National Migration Law No. 25,871 establishes in its article 8 that "Access to the right to health, social assistance or health care may not be denied or restricted in any case to all foreigners who require it, regardless of their situation. The authorities of the health establishments must provide guidance and advice regarding the corresponding procedures for the purpose of correcting the migratory irregularity ".

Within this framework, there are specific public policies such as the SUMAR Program that provides health coverage to all people who do not have social work or prepaid.

Tipo de frontera

Aerial

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información

Maritime

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información

Land

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
Tipo de frontera

Aerial

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información

Maritime

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información

Land

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información
Access to health services
Última actualización: Mon, 29/11/2021 - 14:26
Health coverage

The Argentine Republic provides universal health coverage.

The National Migration Law No. 25,871 establishes in its article 8 that "Access to the right to health, social assistance or health care may not be denied or restricted in any case to all foreigners who require it, regardless of their situation. The authorities of the health establishments must provide guidance and advice regarding the corresponding procedures for the purpose of correcting the migratory irregularity ".

Within this framework, there are specific public policies such as the SUMAR Program that provides health coverage to all people who do not have social work or prepaid.

Tipo de frontera

Aerial

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información

Maritime

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información

Land

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
Tipo de frontera

Aerial

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información

Maritime

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información

Land

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información
Access to health services
Última actualización: Mon, 29/11/2021 - 14:26
Health coverage

The Argentine Republic provides universal health coverage.

The National Migration Law No. 25,871 establishes in its article 8 that "Access to the right to health, social assistance or health care may not be denied or restricted in any case to all foreigners who require it, regardless of their situation. The authorities of the health establishments must provide guidance and advice regarding the corresponding procedures for the purpose of correcting the migratory irregularity ".

Within this framework, there are specific public policies such as the SUMAR Program that provides health coverage to all people who do not have social work or prepaid.

Tipo de frontera

Aerial

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información

Maritime

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información

Land

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
Tipo de frontera

Aerial

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información

Maritime

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información

Land

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información
Access to health services
Última actualización: Wed, 07/07/2021 - 11:59
Access to health services.

As a public policy promoting equal access to the health system for the entire population without medical coverage is Universal.

The National Migration Law No. 25,871 establishes in its article 8 that "In any case, access to the right to health, social assistance or health care may not be denied or restricted to all foreigners who require it, whatever their situation. The authorities of the health establishments must provide guidance and advice regarding the corresponding procedures for the purpose of correcting the migratory irregularity ".

Within this framework, there are specific public policies such as the SUMAR Program that provide health coverage to all people who do not have social work or prepaid.

Tipo de frontera

Aerial

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información

Maritime

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información

Land

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
Tipo de frontera

Aerial

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información

Maritime

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información

Land

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información
Access to health services
Última actualización: Wed, 07/07/2021 - 11:59
Access to health services.

As a public policy promoting equal access to the health system for the entire population without medical coverage is Universal.

The National Migration Law No. 25,871 establishes in its article 8 that "In any case, access to the right to health, social assistance or health care may not be denied or restricted to all foreigners who require it, whatever their situation. The authorities of the health establishments must provide guidance and advice regarding the corresponding procedures for the purpose of correcting the migratory irregularity ".

Within this framework, there are specific public policies such as the SUMAR Program that provide health coverage to all people who do not have social work or prepaid.

Tipo de frontera

Aerial

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información

Maritime

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información

Land

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
Tipo de frontera

Aerial

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información

Maritime

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información

Land

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información
Access to health services
Última actualización: Wed, 07/07/2021 - 11:59
Access to health services.

As a public policy promoting equal access to the health system for the entire population without medical coverage is Universal.

The National Migration Law No. 25,871 establishes in its article 8 that "In any case, access to the right to health, social assistance or health care may not be denied or restricted to all foreigners who require it, whatever their situation. The authorities of the health establishments must provide guidance and advice regarding the corresponding procedures for the purpose of correcting the migratory irregularity ".

Within this framework, there are specific public policies such as the SUMAR Program that provide health coverage to all people who do not have social work or prepaid.

Tipo de frontera

Aerial

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información

Maritime

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información

Land

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
Tipo de frontera

Aerial

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información

Maritime

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información

Land

Electronic Affidavit

You must complete the affidavit approved by the NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF MIGRATION Provision No. 3025/20 , in accordance with the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 1472/20, and its supplements, about your vaccination status and absence of symptoms of COVID-19, within FORTY-EIGHT (48) hours prior to the start of the trip to enter the country.

In the case of minors or people with disabilities who cannot do it by themselves, it will be the father, mother or person in charge who must complete the required data on their behalf.

People over 70 years of age can file the DDJJ in digital or physical format.

Non-resident foreigners must attach COVID-19 health insurance with coverage for hospitalization services, isolation and/or medical transfers in the event of a positive, suspected or close contact case.

Those persons who enter the national territory for less than TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours and do so by land will be exempt from this requirement.

Ver más información
tests

As of April 7, 2022, mandatory tests for nationals, residents and non-resident foreigners are eliminated.

For all purposes, the complete vaccination schedule will be understood as defined by the health authorities of the country of vaccination.

Persons entering the national territory who are not vaccinated or who have an incomplete vaccination schedule are recommended to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 within TWENTY-FOUR (24) hours after entering the country.

In the event that a positive or suspected case of COVID 19 is detected or reported at the point of entry into the country, the Contingency Plan for that Point of Entry will be activated, determined by the Resolution of the MERCOSUR Common Market Group No. 04/13 " Minimum Requirements to Prepare Contingency Plans for Public Health Emergencies of International Importance (ESPII) at Points of Entry Designated by the States Parties according to the IHR (2005)”, incorporated into the national legal system through the Resolution of the MINISTRY OF HEALTH No. 78 of January 21, 2014.

The cost of the tests is the responsibility of the person entering the country.

Persons under SIX (6) years of age are exempted in all cases from undergoing the PCR or antigen test to enter the country.

Ver más información
Integración

Nacionales de MERCOSUR

Regularization

Regularization.

Once the immigration procedure has been initiated and during the process of its resolution, the applicant may be granted a Certificate of Precarious Residence .

This will be revocable when the reasons that were taken into account for its granting are distorted.

Its validity will be up to 180 calendar days, extendable for the same period, and may be renewable until the resolution of the residence requested.

Formalities.

Immigration Law.

Filing

Mercosur Temporary Residence Visa processed abroad:

This type of visa is available to nationals of MERCOSUR Party or Associated States and allows the temporary residence of the foreigner in the Argentine Republic for a period of two (2) years.

The Temporary Residence visa can be processed before the Consular Representation of the Argentine Republic corresponding to the domicile of the foreign person who wishes to process it.

In response to the health emergency, it is recommended that each Consular Representation consult the possibility of carrying out these procedures and other information.

To start the visa process, you must contact the corresponding Consular Representation in order to arrange an appointment and coordinate the presentation of the documentation.

Requirements:

The procedure is personal and the applicant must submit the following documentation (original and copy) to the corresponding Consulate:

  • Valid passport with a minimum validity of 6 months from the date of entry into the country and at least one blank page (two pages) available.
  • Two (2) current 4x4cm photographs, front, color, white background.
  • Completed visa application form (preferably in electronic form) and signed by the applicant.
  • Proof of address in the jurisdiction of the Consulate (by presentation of a service ticket or other supporting documentation).
  • Apostilled or legalized criminal record certificate , issued by the competent authority of the countries where you have resided for more than 1 year during the last 3 years, only for those over 16 or 18 years old according to the legislation of each country.
  • In the case of travelers over 16 years of age, commitment to tell the truth or affidavit of lack of criminal record in other countries, signed before the consul.
  • Payment of the immigration fee .
  • Consular interview.

The preceding list is not exhaustive and the consular authority may require supplementary or additional documentation, as it deems appropriate.

Formalities

The documentation to be presented must be original, requiring legalization and/or Apostille from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as the case may be.

Information.

. Law No. 25,871

Temporary residence in the receiving country:

It is managed before the National Directorate of Migration (DNM) through the RaDEX System.

It has a cost and its validity is for a period of 2 years. Within 60 days prior to expiration, you may choose to apply for a Permanent Residence.

Requirements:

  • Identity Card , Passport or Certificate of nationality in force and with a photo.
  • Argentine Criminal Record Certificate (Only required for those over 16 years of age) – For procedures initiated through the RaDEX system , external processing is not necessary. previously in the National Registry of Recidivism or the Argentine Federal Police.
  • Certificate that reliably certifies that there are no previous convictions or pending criminal proceedings, issued by the competent authorities of the countries where you have resided for a period of 1 year or more, during the course of the last 3 years. (Only required for people over 16 or 18 years old according to the legislation of each country).
  • Affidavit of lack of criminal record in other countries (will be prepared at the time of the residence application before a DNM agent).
  • Proof of entry into the country , seal stamped on the travel document or registration in the immigration system.
  • Proof of address by means of a certificate of address, public service in the name of the applicant, real estate lease contract or affidavit of the applicant.

. Minors:

  • Persons under 18 years of age must have the authorization of one of their parents and present themselves with a valid identity document and legalized birth certificate that proves the family bond; or have a designated guardian, who must prove legal residence in the country and demonstrate the designation with a public instrument.
  • The birth certificate and power of attorney issued abroad must be presented duly legalized before the Argentine Consulate or apostilled by the Hague Convention or legalized by the consulate of the issuing country of the accredited document in Argentina (only in documents issued in countries belonging to MERCOSUR). ).

The DNM may request, if it deems it necessary, additional documentation to the detailed one.

Formalities

  • All documentation issued abroad must have the legalization of the Argentine Consulate in the issuing country of the document or apostille, if the country has ratified the Hague Convention.
  • Without prejudice to the provisions of international agreements or conventions in force, all documentation issued by consular representations in the national territory must have the legalization of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Worship, except MERCOSUR.
  • All documentation issued in a foreign language must have a translation into Spanish carried out by a National Public Translator and legalized by the Association of Translators. Based on the "Agreement on exemption from the translation of administrative documents for immigration purposes" signed between the MERCOSUR States, the following documents do not require translation if they are written in Portuguese: passports, identity cards, testimonies of departures or certificates of birth and marriage, certificates of lack of criminal record.
  • The documentation to be submitted must be original.

To start the process, go to the following link:

http://www.migraciones.gov.ar/radex/index.html

The system will register you as a user with your email account to interact with the National Directorate of Migration.

For this it is necessary that you are in the national territory, so the system will verify the legal entry, being able to request proof of entry into the country and/or stamped in the passport.

For more information see the following link:

Requirements.

Temporary Residence:

Requirements in attention to the type of transitory residence. (Academics, Medical treatment, Special for scientists, professionals, technicians, religious or artists. Business, investment or market research.

Check the link provided:

Information.

Permanent residence:

It is managed before the National Migration Directorate (DNM) through the RaDEX System

Validity: indefinite if the conditions for which they were admitted in that capacity are not distorted or when they are absent from the country for more than two years.

It has cost.

Requirements:

Identity card, Passport or Certificate of Nationality in force and with a photo.

Argentine Criminal Record Certificate (only required for those over 16 years of age). For procedures initiated through the RaDEX system , external processing is not necessary. For cases of procedures initiated with a preferential shift or procedures exempt from the payment of a fee, it must be processed in advance in the National Registry of Recidivism or the Argentine Federal Police.

Certificate that reliably certifies that there are no previous convictions or pending criminal proceedings, issued by the competent authorities of the countries where you have resided for a period of 1 year or more, during the course of the last 3 years. (Only required for those over 16 or 18 years of age according to the current legislation of each country), depending on the cause of filing invoked.

Affidavit of lack of criminal record in other countries (will be prepared at the time of the residence application before a DNM agent).

Proof of entry into the country , seal stamped on the travel document or registration in the immigration system.

Proof of address by means of a certificate of address, public service in the name of the applicant, real estate lease contract or affidavit of the applicant.

Specific requirements, as applicable:

  1. Reunification – Argentine family:
  • Spouse of a native Argentine or naturalized by option : marriage certificate or certificate that proves the invoked bond or certificate of cohabitation and DNI of the criterion giver.
  • father or mother of a native Argentine child or naturalized by option : birth certificate or certificate of the Argentine child and DNI of the criterion giver.
  • Child of a native Argentine mother or father or naturalized by option : birth certificate or certificate that proves the link invoked and DNI of the criterion giver, or be a spouse, mother, father, child of a native Argentine mother or father or naturalized by option or: spouse, parent, or unmarried child under the age of 18 or older with disabilities of a permanent resident.
  1. Reunification – permanent family member:
  • spouse of a permanent resident : certificate or marriage certificate that proves the invoked bond or certificate of cohabitation and DNI of the criterion giver.
  • father or mother of a permanent resident : birth certificate or certificate of the child and DNI of the criterion giver.
  • unmarried child under 18 years of age, not emancipated or older with a different capacity than a permanent resident : birth certificate or certificate of the applicant and DNI of the criterion giver.
  1. Have roots: have enjoyed temporary residence for 2 continuous years.

Minors:

  • Persons under 18 years of age must have the authorization of one of their parents and present themselves with a valid identity document and legalized birth certificate that proves the family bond or have a designated guardian, who must prove legal residence in the country. and demonstrate the designation with a public instrument.
  • The birth certificate and power of attorney issued abroad must be presented to the DNM duly legalized before the Argentine Consulate or with an apostille of the Hague Convention or legalized by the consulate of the issuing country of the accredited document in Argentina (only in documents issued in countries belonging to MERCOSUR).

The National Directorate of Migration may request, if it deems it necessary, additional documentation to the detailed one.

Formalities

  • All documentation issued abroad must have the legalization of the Argentine Consulate in the issuing country of the document or apostille, if the country has ratified the Hague Convention.
  • Without prejudice to the provisions of international agreements or conventions in force, all documentation issued by consular representations in the national territory must have the legalization of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Worship (MRECYyC), except MERCOSUR.
  • All documentation issued in a foreign language must have a translation into Spanish carried out by a National Public Translator and legalized by the Association of Translators. Based on the "Agreement on exemption from the translation of administrative documents for immigration purposes" signed between the MERCOSUR States, the following documents do not require translation if they are written in Portuguese: passports, identity cards, testimonies of departures or certificates of birth and marriage, certificates of lack of criminal record.
  • The documentation to be submitted must be original.

To start the process, go to the following link:

http://www.migraciones.gov.ar/radex/index.html

The system will register you as a user with your email account to interact with the National Directorate of Migration.

For this it is necessary that you are in the national territory, so the system will verify the legal entry, being able to request the proof of entry to the country and/or stamped in the passport.

For more information see the following link:

Requirements.

Law No. 25,871

MERCOSUR residences can be requested by native citizens of the following countries:

  • Plurinational State of Bolivia ,
  • Federative Republic of Brazil ,
  • Republic of Chile ,
  • Republic of Colombia ,
  • Republic of Ecuador ,
  • Republic of Paraguay ,
  • Republic of Peru ,
  • Eastern Republic of Uruguay ,
  • Oolivarian Republic of Venezuela ,
  • Guyana or Suriname .
  • Or you were born in a NON-MERCOSUR country but you are nationalized in one of the countries with a seniority of FIVE (5) years or more: BRAZIL, URUGUAY, PARAGUAY, CHILE, BOLIVIA , you can apply for Temporary Residence for 2 years.

Proof of establishment

Nacionales de otros países

Regularization

Once the immigration procedure has been initiated and during the process of its resolution, the applicant may be granted a Certificate of Precarious Residence .

This will be revocable when the reasons that were taken into account for its granting are distorted.

Its validity will be up to 180 calendar days, extendable for the same period, and may be renewable until the resolution of the residence requested.

Formalities.

Information.

Immigration Law.

Filing

Temporary and Permanent Residence in the receiving country .

Temporary Residence Visa processed abroad.

Temporary Residence is the admission granted by the Argentine State to remain in the country for a limited period of time in response to compliance with the requirements detailed below.

Visas can only be processed before the Consular Representation of the Argentine Republic corresponding to the foreigner's domicile. The process is personal.

Requirements common to the different subcategories:

The applicant must submit the following documentation (original and copy) to the corresponding Consulate:

  • Valid passport valid for at least 6 months on the date of entry into the country, and at least one blank page (two pages) available.
  • Two (2) current 4x4cm photographs, front, color, white background.
  • Completed visa application form (preferably in electronic form) and signed by the applicant.
  • Proof of habitual residence in the jurisdiction of the Consulate (by presenting a service ticket or other supporting documentation).
  • Apostilled or legalized criminal record certificate, issued by the competent authority of the countries where you have resided for more than 1 year during the last 3 years.
  • Commitment to tell the truth or Sworn statement of lack of criminal record in other countries, signed before the consul.
  • Payment of the immigration fee.
  • Consular interview.

The preceding list is not exhaustive and the consular authority may require supplementary or additional documentation, as it deems appropriate.

To start the visa process, you must contact the corresponding Consular Representation in order to make an appointment and coordinate the presentation of the documentation.

Specific requirements of the different subcategories:

  • In the cases of formal, non-formal, partial studies or student and cultural exchanges, it will be necessary to have proof of electronic registration for the intended course, signed by the person in charge of the educational entity that is registered with the Single Registry of Requesters of Foreigners of the National Migration Directorate (Re.NURE).
  • In the case of annuitant : the origin of the funds must be accredited through banking or financial institutions authorized by the Central Bank of the Argentine Republic (BCRA) and it must be proved that the amount of the income is sufficient to attend to his maintenance and that of his family. primary family group (minimum amount provided: $30,000).
  • In the case of a pensioner : proof issued by a government or international organization that certifies that you receive a pension or retirement, on a regular and permanent basis, as well as the amount and duration of said benefit.
  • In the case of an academic : a) contract signed by the parties before a notary public, b) note from the body justifying the hiring, signed and certified before a notary public, c) registration of the employer in the Federal Administration of Public Revenues (AFIP) d) proof of registration of the contracting party in the Re.NURE of the National Directorate of Migration (DNM Provision No.: 54.618/08), d) proof of registration of the employer in the Re.NURE of the National Directorate of Migration. (Provision No. 54618/08).
  • In the case of religious of an officially recognized cult with exclusive dedication: letter of introduction from the authorized representative of the cult, certified by the Secretary of Cult dependent on the MRECYyC , specifying the activity or function to be carried out in Argentina, address where it will be carried out the task and if the entity will take care of their maintenance and lodging.
  • In the case of an investor : You must make a productive, commercial or service investment of interest to the country for a minimum of $1,500,000. The interested party will present the investment project to the DNM, and must prove the origin and legality of the funds, and their entry into the country through banking or financial institutions authorized by the Central Bank of the Argentine Republic (BCRA). With the approval of the BCRA, the Ministry of Production analyzes the project, execution period and prepares a non-binding opinion, which it sends to the DNM to grant temporary residence, setting a term for the realization of the investment that will be peremptory. .
  • In the case of a scientist , prove: a) contract that binds him to the institution as well as documentation that certifies his specialty; b) If you are a director, technician or administrative staff of foreign public or private entities of a commercial or industrial nature and you are transferred from abroad to cover specific positions in your company and that earn fees or salary to be collected in Argentina, you must include: transfer and element of proof that proves the link with the employing entity and c) Proof of registration of the employer in the Single Registry of Foreigners Requesting of the DNM.
  • In the case of a patient under medical treatment : accompany a clinical history stating the pathology and the medical treatment to be followed in a health establishment within Argentina. If the treatment was carried out in a public hospital, it must be signed by the director of the institution; If it was carried out in a private institution or before a private doctor, the signature of the professional must be certified before the Ministry of Health. When the medical treatment is practiced on minors, disabled or sick who should remain accompanied, the residence will be extended to direct relatives, legal representative or curator, who must accompany their personal documentation.
  • In the case of an athlete or artist , prove: a) Contract based on their specialty, signed by the natural or legal person who hired them, justifying the hiring; b) Evidence that proves their status as an artist or athlete signed by the party, signed before a notary public or before an agent of the DNM, at the time of initiating the residence application and c) Proof of registration of the employer in the Single Registry of Requests of Foreigners of the DNM.
  • In the case of a migrant worker , prove: a) Pre-employment contract signed by the parties, which must specify personal data of the parties, tasks to be performed by the migrant, duration of the working day, duration of the employment relationship, address where tasks will be carried out abroad, remuneration to be received (must be adjusted to the Collective Bargaining Agreement of the activity to be carried out) and CUIT number of the employer. If the employer is represented by a third party, it must accompany the power of style naming it; b) The signatures must be certified by a notary public or before an agent of the DNM at the time of initiating the residence application; c) Proof of registration of the employer before the AFIP; d) Proof of registration of the employer in the Single Registry of Foreigners Required of the DNM and e) Within a period of 30 calendar days from the start of the residence application, you must present the proof of early registration issued by the AFIP and signed by the employer.

Temporary residence processed in the receiving country.

Temporary Residence is the admission granted by the Argentine State to stay in the country for a limited period of time.

It is managed before the National Migration Directorate (DNM) through the RaDEX System ,

Requirements:

  • Identity card, passport or certificate of nationality with a valid photo, in original.
  • Proof of entry into the country, seal stamped on the travel document or registration in the immigration system.
  • Criminal record certificate from the country of origin , issued by a competent authority, where you have resided for more than one year in the last three years. (Only required for those over 16 or 18 years of age according to the current legislation of each country),
  • The request for the Argentine Criminal Record certificate is integrated into this application, so it does not have to be processed in any dependency or on another web platform other than this one. For cases of procedures initiated with a preferential shift or procedures exempt from the payment of a fee, it must be processed in advance in the National Registry of Recidivism or the Argentine Federal Police.
  • Affidavit of lack of criminal record (will be made at the time of the residency application before a DNM agent).
  • Proof of address by means of a certificate of address, public service in the name of the applicant, real estate lease contract or affidavit of the applicant.

Interested parties from countries outside Mercosur and Associated States must also prove one of the following conditions:

  • In the cases of formal, non-formal, partial studies or student and cultural exchanges, it will be necessary to have proof of electronic registration, since its identification number is required by the RaDEX system to determine what type of residence corresponds.
  • In the case of annuitant: the origin of the funds must be accredited through banking or financial institutions authorized by the BCRA and it must be proved that the amount of the income is sufficient to attend to their maintenance and that of their primary family group (minimum amount foreseen: $30,000). In the case of a pensioner: proof issued by a Government or International Organization certifying that you receive a pension or retirement, on a regular and permanent basis, as well as the amount and duration of said benefit.
  • In the case of an academic: a) contract signed by the parties before a notary public, b) note from the Agency justifying the hiring, signed and certified before a notary public, c) registration of the employer in AFIP, d) proof of registration of the contracting party in the Single Registry of Requesters of Foreigners of the National Directorate of Migration (DNM Provision No.: 54,618/08), d) proof of registration of the employer in the Single Registry of Requesters of Foreigners of the National Directorate of Migration. (Provision No. 54618/08).
  • In the case of religious of an officially recognized cult with exclusive dedication: letter of introduction from the authorized representative of the cult, certified by the Secretary of Worship dependent on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Worship, specifying the activity or function to be developed in Argentina, address where the task will be carried out and if the entity will be responsible for its maintenance and accommodation.
  • In the case of an investor: You must make a productive, commercial or service investment of interest to the country for a minimum of $1,500,000. The interested party will submit the investment project to the DNM, and must prove the origin and legality of the funds, and their entry into the country through banking or financial institutions authorized by the BCRA. With the approval of the BCRA, the Ministry of Production analyzes the project, execution period and prepares a non-binding opinion, which it sends to the DNM to grant temporary residence, setting a term for the realization of the investment that will be peremptory. .
  • In the case of a scientist: accredit: a) contract that binds him to the institution as well as documentation that certifies his specialty; b) If you are a director, technician or administrative staff of foreign public or private entities of a commercial or industrial nature and you are transferred from abroad to cover specific positions in your company and that earn fees or salary to be collected in Argentina, you must include: transfer and element of proof that proves the link with the employing entity and c) Proof of registration of the employer in the Single Registry of Foreigners Requesting of the DNM.
  • In the case of a patient under medical treatment: accompany a clinical history stating the pathology and the medical treatment to be followed in a health establishment within Argentina. If the treatment was carried out in a public hospital, it must be signed by the director of the institution; If it was carried out in a private institution or before a private doctor, the signature of the professional must be certified before the Ministry of Health. When the medical treatment is practiced on minors, disabled or sick who should remain accompanied, the residence will be extended to direct relatives, legal representative or curator, who must accompany their personal documentation.
  • In the case of an athlete or artist: prove: a) Contract based on their specialty, signed by the natural or legal person who hired them, justifying the hiring; b) Evidence that proves their status as an artist or athlete subscribed by the party, signed before a Notary Public or before an agent of the DNM, at the time of initiating the residence application and c) Proof of registration of the employer in the Single Registry of Requests of Foreigners of the DNM.
  • In the case of a migrant worker: prove: a) Pre-employment contract signed by the parties, which must specify personal data of the parties, tasks to be carried out by the migrant, duration of the working day, duration of the employment relationship, address where it will develop tasks abroad, remuneration to be received (must be adjusted to the Collective Bargaining Agreement of the activity to be carried out) and CUIT number of the employer. If the employer is represented by a third party, it must accompany the power of style naming it; b) The signatures must be certified by a notary public or before an agent of the DNM at the time of initiating the residence application; c) Proof of registration of the employer before the AFIP; d) Proof of registration of the employer in the Single Registry of Foreigners Required of the DNM and e) Within a period of 30 calendar days from the start of the residence application, you must present the proof of early registration issued by the AFIP and signed by the employer.

Formalities

  • All documentation issued abroad must have the legalization of the Argentine Consulate in the issuing country of the document or apostille, if the country has ratified the Hague Convention.
  • Without prejudice to the provisions of international agreements or conventions in force, all documentation issued by consular representations in the national territory must have the legalization of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Worship, except MERCOSUR.
  • The documentation to be submitted must be original.

To start the process, go to the following link:

http://www.migraciones.gov.ar/radex/index.html

The system will register you as a user with your email account to interact with the National Directorate of Migration.

For this it is necessary that you are in the national territory, so the system will verify the legal entry, being able to request the proof of entry to the country and/or stamped in the passport.

Information.

Temporary Residence .

Consult the link provided for the different cases and requirements:

Information.

Permanent residence in the receiving country.

It is the residence that is granted to any person who wishes to settle permanently, being a family member (spouse or child) of an Argentine person, a foreigner residing or having enjoyed a continuous residence of 3 or more years (arraigo).

It is processed before the National Directorate of Migration (DNM) through the RaDEX system

It has a cost and its validity is indefinite as long as the conditions for which they were admitted in that capacity are not distorted or that the beneficiary of permanent residence had not remained outside the national territory for more than two years.

General requirements:

  • Identity Card , Passport or Certificate of Nationality in force and with a photo.
  • Argentine Criminal Record Certificate (Only required for those over 16 years of age) For procedures initiated through the RaDEX system , external processing is not necessary, for cases of procedures initiated with a preferential shift or procedures exempt from the payment of a fee previously in the National Registry of Recidivism or the Argentine Federal Police .
  • Certificate that reliably certifies that there are no previous convictions or pending criminal proceedings, issued by the competent authorities of the countries where you have resided for a period of more than ONE (1) year, during the course of the last THREE (3) years. (Only required for people over 16 or 18 years old according to the legislation of each country).
  • Proof of entry into the country , seal stamped on the travel document or registration in the immigration system.
  • Proof of address by means of a certificate of address, public service in the name of the applicant, real estate lease contract or affidavit of the applicant.

Specific requirements, as applicable:

  1. Reunification – Argentine family:
  • Spouse of a native Argentine or naturalized by option : marriage certificate or certificate that proves the invoked bond or certificate of union by cohabitation and current identity document of the criterion giver.
  • father or mother of a native Argentine child or naturalized by option : birth certificate or birth certificate of the Argentine child and valid identity document of the criterion giver.
  • Child of a native Argentine mother or father or naturalized by option : birth certificate or certificate that proves the link invoked and valid identity document of the criterion giver.

  1. Reunification – permanent family member:
  • spouse of a permanent resident: marriage certificate or certificate that proves the invoked bond or certificate of union by cohabitation and valid identity document of the criterion giver.
  • father or mother of a permanent resident : birth certificate or certificate of the child and DNI of the criterion giver.
  • unmarried child under the age of 18, not emancipated or older with a capacity other than a permanent resident : birth certificate of the applicant and valid identity document of the criterion giver.

  1. Have roots for having enjoyed temporary residence for 3 continuous years for Non - MERCOSUR, other conditions determined by the DNM

Minors:

  • Persons under 18 years of age must have the authorization of one of their parents and present themselves with a valid identity document and legalized birth certificate that proves the family bond or have a designated guardian, who must prove legal residence in the country. and demonstrate the designation with a public instrument.
  • The birth certificate and power of attorney issued abroad must be presented duly legalized before the Argentine Consulate or apostilled by the Hague Convention or legalized by the consulate of the issuing country of the accredited document in Argentina (only in documents issued in countries belonging to MERCOSUR). ).

The National Directorate of Migration may request, if it deems it necessary, additional documentation to the detailed one.

Formalities

  • If the documentation to be submitted was issued abroad: it must be legalized at the Argentine Consulate, or Apostilled, if the country has ratified the Hague Convention.
  • If it was issued by the consular representations in the national territory: it must have the legalization of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Worship, except MERCOSUR.
  • If it was issued in a foreign language: it must have the Spanish translation carried out by a National Public Translator (Art. 6º Law 20,305) and legalized by the Translators' Association, except Portuguese language for Brazil.

To start the process, go to the following link:

http://www.migraciones.gov.ar/radex/index.html

The system will register you as a user with your email account to interact with the National Directorate of Migration.

For this it is necessary that you are in the national territory, so the system will verify the legal entry, being able to request the proof of entry to the country and/or stamped in the passport.

Information.

Visas, consult the following link:

Type of visas.

Humanitarian visa.

Requisitos de Ingreso para Niñas, Niños y Adolescentes (NNAs)

NNAs acompañados con ambos representantes legales

In the case of children and adolescents of Argentine nationality, or foreign nationals with permanent, temporary, precarious residence, or whatever their category (temporary transitory and more than 1 year has elapsed since their entry), who leave Argentina with both legal representatives, they are required to prove the link . (Prove affiliation: birth, guardianship, adoption).

For more information, go to the link provided.

Information.

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NNAs acompañados con un representante legal

In the case of children and adolescents, of Argentine or foreign nationality with permanent, temporary, precarious residence, or whatever their category (temporary transitory and more than 1 year has elapsed since their entry), who travel with a legal representative, to leaving Argentina will require express authorization from the other legal representative who is not traveling.

The same is processed in the offices of the DNM, having to prove the link, to authorize the respective permit and has a cost. It is also possible to process it before Notaries, authorities of the Registry of Civil Status and Capacity of Persons and other administrative and judicial authorities.

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NNAs no acompañados

Reference is made to those NNA who are not traveling in the company of their legal representatives, in all cases a valid travel document is required and what is detailed.

Persons under the age of 18 are considered such.

Legal representatives: person who exercises parental responsibility.

In the case of children and adolescents of Argentine nationality, or foreign nationals with permanent, temporary, precarious residence, or whatever their category (temporary transitory and more than 1 year has elapsed since their entry), they will require an express authorization to leave Argentina. of their legal representatives.

The same is processed in the offices of the DNM, having to prove the link, to authorize the respective permit and has a cost. It is also possible to process the authorizations before Notaries, authorities of the Registry of Civil Status and Capacity of Persons and other administrative and judicial authorities.

It is a personal and face-to-face process.

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