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Provincia Pagos Processor Down on 12/23/2015 - 

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Reciprocity Fee Suspension Remains in Effect - The 90 day halt on the reciprocity fee for US citizens expired on June 21, 2016. However, Argentina still hasn't reinstated the reciprocity fee for American citizens. What does this mean? Americans entering Argentina on tourism or short-term business still are not required to pay the reciprocity fee. This exempt period will remain in effect until Presidential order is issued. All that will be needed for US citizens to enter Argentina will be a valid passport that is valid for the duration of their stay in Argentina. Keep in mind that the stay cannot exceed 90 days from day of arrival. Unfortunately, Canadians and Australian are still mandated to pay the entry fee (reciprocity fee) via an online processor.

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Provincia Pagos Processor Down on 12/10/2015 - 

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Provincia Pagos Processor Down on 10/23/2015 - 

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Chinese Citizens Must Pay an Entry Fee to Visit Argentina - 

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Argentina Halts the Reciprocity Fee for US Citizens for 90 Days - Argentina has temporarily suspended the Reciprocity Fee for U.S. citizens entering the country on tourism or short-term business. The Reciprocity Fee will be waived for Americans for 90 days from March 24, 2016. This decision came immediately after U.S. president Barrack Obama and Argentinian president Mauricio Macri met in Argentina yesterday. The U.S. agreed to eliminate the consular interviews with Argentinians under 16 and over 65 years of age who apply for a visa.

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Argentina Visa/Reciprocity Fee for US Citizens - US citizens are advised to pay the reciprocity fee/visa fee to enter Argentina before their travels. As of early 2013, payment at the airport are no longer accepted. It is extremely important to have the entry document ready to present at the airport and again to Argentinian officials once you arrive in Argentina.

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Argentina Visa/Reciprocity Fee for Canadian Citizens - Canadian citizens are advised to pay the reciprocity fee/visa fee before they arrive in Argentina. Travelers must have the document ready when they arrive at the airport. A printed copy is required in order to avoid any hassles to enter Argentina. You will be prompted to show the document by airline officials. The document is valid for ten years or until one month before the passport expires. Which ever condition is met first, is the validity period of the document. Canadian citizens are advised to pay the reciprocity fee online.

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Argentina Official Site Down on 11/02/15 - 

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Argentina Visa/Reciprocity Fee for Australian Citizens - Australian citizens are required to pay the reciprocity fee/visa fee before entry to Argentina. This fee must be paid regardless of point of entry. Travelers must have the document ready when they arrive at the desired point of entry. A printed copy of the document (barcode) is required to enter Argentina. The entry fee is valid for one year, multiple entries. It is highly recommended Australian citizens to pay for the Reciprocity Fee online and to avoid the Provincia Pagos processor at all costs.
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