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    Traveling to ARG from the US

    Just for Argentina.
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    DDJJ CABA

    Ok, I will probably go that route because it seems at La Rural they would ask for the DDJJ to get tested. But once again I honestly wonder who, if anyone, is controlling testing happening on the 7th day.
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    DDJJ CABA

    I've recently entered the country as a family member without any problems at Ezeiza and am doing quarantine, but am just now realizing there's a separate DDJJ for the city of Buenos Aires which is apparently obligatory and of course wasn't mentioned by anyone upon arrival nor on national...
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    Traveling to ARG from the US

    Check Sameday Health in the US for guaranteed 24hr PCR results. They're in a number of states. Came through for me!
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    Has Anyone Entered as a Family Member Recently?

    Noticed on the Declaracion Jurada under Motivo del Viaje it only gives you options of TURISMO, MUDANZA, ESTUDIOS, TRABAJO, RESIDENCIA. I'm assuming you would choose Turismo entering under Reunficacion Familiar?
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    What happens if I overstay my tourist visa by 90 additional days?

    I was advised by an immigration attorney that a person cannot change their status from entering under a "desembarco previsorio". Was I told wrong?
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    What happens if I overstay my tourist visa by 90 additional days?

    Please post how this turns out, it's an entry category that has never before existed in Argentina so I would say what happened to someone a few years back is not a good metric for what could happen in the context of the pandemic.
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    What happens if I overstay my tourist visa by 90 additional days?

    If you entered Argentina after the border closed in March 2020 you are not here under a tourist visa, you are here under a "desembarco provisorio". Different thing and I can't say what overstaying would cause.
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    What happens if I overstay my tourist visa by 90 additional days?

    Are you on a tourist visa or a "desembarco provisorio"? I've consulted a lawyer recently and the "desembarco provisorios" under which family members enter is not a tourist visa and the repercussions of overstaying it could feasibly be very different from those of overstaying a tourist visa in...
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    Reduced flight schedules and current entry / exit requirements

    means you likely won't know for sure until the last minute I think is what they're getting at.
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    Reduced flight schedules and current entry / exit requirements

    List of authorized flights as of April 7th. https://www.aviacionline.com/2021/04/lista-vuelos-internacionales-autorizados-en-argentina/
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    Reduced flight schedules and current entry / exit requirements

    They ended up putting an 'Alternative Flight' for Saturday the 10th. It's already delayed a bit which I take to mean they've rescheduled to fit government requirements. So it seems for now they plan to continue. Hope that's not wishful thinking!
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    Reduced flight schedules and current entry / exit requirements

    Delta flight from Atlanta to EZE cancelled for Thursday. I wonder if that route will be discontinued...
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    Has Anyone Entered as a Family Member Recently?

    Also can anyone remember the amount of coverage needed? I vaguely remember reading up to $500,000 but as usual they skimp on the details on the official pages.
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    Has Anyone Entered as a Family Member Recently?

    (probably will play it safe and go the Colegio de Traductores route, thinking in dollars it's pretty reasonably priced)
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    Has Anyone Entered as a Family Member Recently?

    Thanks for the response, would it need to be from the Colegio de Traductores or could I just do it?
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    Has Anyone Entered as a Family Member Recently?

    Arriving from Atlanta to Buenos Aires on Friday with the hopes of entering as a family member. I have all the necessary documents, apostille, etc. I was wondering everyone's experience, if anyone was given the third degree, and also which if any documents needed to be translated. I read the...
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    Apostille FBI background

    Yes, the Embassy in Washington said I could use a State level apostilled background check in lieu of an FBI report.
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    Apostille FBI background

    Unfortunately there is no way around it independent of which country you are currently in, the Office of Authentications is completely collapsed so you will not be able to get the apostille other than a two or three month wait. The Criminal History Report itself could probably be pretty easily...
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    Visit Visa to be opened. WHEN !?

    This option is open to most countries. Here you will find a list of them under Argentina. https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/world.php
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