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    Tourist visa renewal and renewal and renewal....

    From Aug 2003 to Jan 2007 I was here without permanent residence status, thus forced to shuttle back and forth (visiting family, getting to see Chile & Uruguay in order to keep that visa up to date). I usually spent about 10 months a year in Argentina and 2 months traveling abroad. After...
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    in Buenos Aires Province

    Hi, I'd like introduce myself to this forum. I am a native Californian, long-time NY resident, now married to an Argentinian architect. Five years ago I moved to his hometown (the northernmost city of the BA province), where we grow blueberries and strawberries. I'm also a former psych...
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    Drivers Licence

    I'm so glad to hear that getting a driver license will be a piece of cake. I married an Argentinian (after 20 months of paperwork), was granted residency status (after 20 more months of paperwork & waiting), and have been waiting for the DNI since January 2007. They said it would be six months...
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    buttermilk pancake batter or waffle mix

    Hi, Johnny, Best wishes for your new endeavor! I will definitely come for the pancakes. :) The best sour cream I've found is Casan Creme (and it comes in Reg and Light). I've yet to find buttermilk, so I follow a common practice I learned in homemaking class ages ago: for each cup of...
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    Immigration Questions

    Hola, RWB, When I moved here, I egot the usual 90-day stamp as a tourist in my passport. It turned out after about 85 days of my visit had expired, I could get it renewed for 100 pesos just by going to the Immigrations Office at the nearby Prefectura. Everyone in that office was exceptionally...
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