Argentina Electronic Travel Authorization – ETA

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Who Needs and Does not Need an Argentina Visa?

Whether you need an Argentina visa or not depends on:

  • Your nationality
  • Duration of your stay
  • The purpose of your visit

You need to know that Argentina visa comes into two categories:

  1. Non-immigrant (Short-stay visa)
  2. Immigrant (Long-stay)

If you want to visit Argentina for up to 90 days, your visit is a short-stay. A few countries are free of Argentina short-stay visas. They can enter the country with a passport or travel document for up to three months. If they want to stay longer, they must apply for an appropriate visa according to the purpose of their visit.

The visa-free countries for Argentina are as follows:

 

Asia

Armenia Russia
Georgia Singapore
Hong Kong South Korea
Israel Thailand
Japan Turkey
Mongolia United Arab Emirates
Qatar

Europe

Any EU country North Macedonia
Andorra Norway
Belarus San Marino
Iceland Serbia
Liechtenstein Switzerland
Malta Ukraine
Monaco Vatican City
Montenegro

Africa

South Africa

 

Oceania

Australia Fiji New Zealand

North America

Barbados Mexico
Canada Nicaragua
Costa Rica Panama
Dominica Saint Kitts and Nevis
El Salvador Saint Lucia
Grenada Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Guatemala United States
Honduras

 

South America

Guyana Suriname Trinidad and Tobago

 

The nationals of the following countries are visa-free for only for 30 days stay:

 

Jamaica Macau
Kazakhstan Malaysia

 

Please bear mind that the nationalities of the above list can enter Argentina only for 90 days. If they need to stay longer, then they have to apply for a long-stay visa.

In case you are a national of the following list of countries, you can enter Argentina with your ID card:

 

Bolivia Paraguay
Brazil Peru
Chile Uruguay
Colombia Venezuela
Ecuador

 

If your nationality comes not in the above lists, you need an Argentina short-stay visa, even if you stay for less than 90 days. If the nationals of the above list want to stay in Argentina for longer than 90 days, they have to apply for a visa or residence permit.

 

Argentina Electronic Travel Authorization – ETA

There is also Electronic Travel Authorization – ETA for Argentina. If you are eligible, you can get Argentina ETA. With an ETA, you can stay in the country for 90 days and enter as many times as possible. The application process for an ETA is much easier and completely online. You can apply for Argentina ETA from anywhere in the world through the internet. The payment is also online.

You can also extend your ETA when it gets expired. Please note that the ETA can only get issued for tourism purposes. You may not use it to work or study in Argentina. Having an ETA does not mean you can enter Argentina. Please note that the Argentina officials at the border might prevent you from entering the country. So watch your behavior and respect rules.

The eligibility for Argentina ETA is:

  • You have a Schengen visa.
  • In case you have a B2 visa issued in the US.

You are from one of the countries listed below:

 

Asia

Bahrain Laos Philippines
Bhutan Maldives Republic of China
Cambodia Myanmar Vietnam
India Nepal
Indonesia Oman

 

Europe

Albania Moldova
Bosnia and Herzegovina

 

North America

Antigua and Barbuda Cuba Republic Of Congo
Bahamas Dominica
Belize The Dominican Republic

 

Oceania

Kiribati Samoa
Marshall Islands Solomon Islands
Nauru Tonga
Palau Tuvalu
Papua New Guinea Vanuatu

 

Africa

Angola Democratic Republic Of Congo Ghana Mozambique Sierra Leone
Benin Djibouti Guinea Namibia Tanzania
Botswana Equatorial Guinea Guinea-Bissau Niger Togo
Burkina Faso Eritrea Kenya Rwanda Uganda
Burundi Eswatini Lesotho Sao Zambia
Cameroon Ethiopia Madagascar Tome and Principe Zimbabwe
Cape Verde Gabon Malawi Senegal
The Central African Republic The Gambia Mauricio Seychelles

 

You have to apply for the Argentina ETA online. It also gets issued online. You should print the Argentina ETA and carry it while traveling to Argentina.

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