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Argentina Family Visa

Missing your family and friends in Argentina? Or, maybe you wish to settle down permanently in Argentina. In any case, you will most likely need a visa. Be it family or friends, you would require a Family Reunion Visa in order to stay in Argentina.

TEMPORARY FAMILY REUNIFICATION VISA

    One can be regarded as a temporary resident, if the duration of stay is up to one year. For getting temporary residency, family of Argentine citizens can apply for the following visa category:

    23 “in fine” Visa or Temporary Family Reunification- It is applicable for the family,spouse or children under 18 years of age or children with disabilities of a temporary resident in Argentina. The validity of this visa is up to one year.

PERMANENT FAMILY VISA

    If you wish to reside in Argentina permanently, then you need to apply for Permanent Residency through the following category of visa:

    22 Visa- It is applicable for the spouse, parent or children under 18 years of age or, children with disabilities of a temporary or permanent resident in Argentina.

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED

    • A valid Passport or travel document
    • Certificate of Argentine criminal record. It is a no criminal record document for applicants above 16 years of age, issued by the Federal Police, Argentina.
    • Certificate of lack of criminal record. For applicants who are above 16 years of age, a duly apostilled certificate of no criminal record is required from the country where the applicant has lived for more than one year during the last three years.
    • Affidavit of lack of criminal record in other countries.
    • Certificate of Domicile
    • Four passport size photograph
    • Birth Certificate duly apostilled and translated to Spanish
    • Marriage certificate duly apostilled and translated to Spanish
    • DNI (Residency card) of the Argentine spouse/parent.
    • Certificate of Address
    • Required Visa fees
    • In case of expats, who are under 18 years of age, an authorization letter from the parent is required to be submitted at time of registering for the NIC (National Identity Card) along with the copy of birth certificate, duly apostilled.

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