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    Re-entering Argentina at EZE after exceeding 180-day cap for tourists

    No one asks me during any interview before giving me a DNI what I intend to do here and how I support myself?
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    Re-entering Argentina at EZE after exceeding 180-day cap for tourists

    Problem is that the consequences are FAR worse if I were to show upon AFIP's radar. If they went after my company for fines/taxes/etc I would lose my job. Whereas if I get kicked out of Argentina...well there is always Uruguay! I don't understand how I won't show up on their radar as a result...
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    Re-entering Argentina at EZE after exceeding 180-day cap for tourists

    If I'm actually at around 170 days, can I book a return ticket to leave on or before day 180, but then once I'm in country, change to a day outside the 180 limit, and finish my Radex app?
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    Re-entering Argentina at EZE after exceeding 180-day cap for tourists

    Thanks. How long does it take to get the precaria if I am doing Radex and I paid (which I did already) the $400 fee for expedited processing?
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    Re-entering Argentina at EZE after exceeding 180-day cap for tourists

    If they let me in, is there a chance on my next flight out they will stop me for overstaying? And what if by that time I've at least started the process on Radex for permanent residency?
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    Re-entering Argentina at EZE after exceeding 180-day cap for tourists

    They are concerned the Argentinian tax authorities will just unilaterally declare me a resident for tax purposes, even if I abide by their rules, so they can charge the company millions of dollars in fees/taxes/whatever, because the US has no tax treaty with Argentina.
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    Re-entering Argentina at EZE after exceeding 180-day cap for tourists

    They resolved it by deciding I am a risk to the company if I work from Argentina, so any time I am in Argentina I need to be on PTO and not working, or I need to not tell them.
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    Re-entering Argentina at EZE after exceeding 180-day cap for tourists

    What's the advantage of signing or not signing the deportation order?
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    Re-entering Argentina at EZE after exceeding 180-day cap for tourists

    What happened? How long did you overstay?
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    Re-entering Argentina at EZE after exceeding 180-day cap for tourists

    Also, is it 180 days per calendar year (Jan - Dec) or 180 days in the past 12 months (August 2018 - August 2019)? If it is the former, I won't have exceeded the limit.
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    Re-entering Argentina at EZE after exceeding 180-day cap for tourists

    But won't completing my residency, and putting myself "en blanco" automatically get me flagged with AFIP? I don't maintain a bank account in Argentina. I usually just spend money on my credit card, withdraw about $15,000 pesos from ATM machines, or go to the casino and get a large cash...
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    Re-entering Argentina at EZE after exceeding 180-day cap for tourists

    I've never exceeded the 180-day limit before so they could not deny me entry on that basis. The officers just look my passport with a puzzled look observing all the stamps, ask me when was the last time I entered, when I left, what I'm doing here, what address am I staying at, who am I seeing...
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    Re-entering Argentina at EZE after exceeding 180-day cap for tourists

    I can tell my employer I am working from home in Los Angeles, somewhere else in the US, or somewhere else in the world (they cleared a couple of other countries that have tax treaties with the US) and there is no reason they would ever know I was in Argentina...UNLESS, somehow I got onto AFIP's...
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    Re-entering Argentina at EZE after exceeding 180-day cap for tourists

    Nothing happened because I always fly out of Argentina after 4-6 weeks, so I have never exceeded 90 days in one stay. But, over that past 12 months I have exceeded 180 days in Argentina and I thought I read here that 180 days was the max for a tourist. I was in the process of doing the Radex...
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    Re-entering Argentina at EZE after exceeding 180-day cap for tourists

    What will happen?
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    Consequences of me going through with permanent residency

    I've been holding off on finishing up the permanent residency application because I am concerned about a few things: First, will I be subject to taxes in Argentina for my US-based income paid to my US-bank account from a US-based employer? Second, will becoming a permanent resident subject my...
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    Do I need a special permit to work remotely for my US-based company?

    Is the 180 day limit trailing twelve months or calendar year?
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    What This Means For Ex Pats

    Will Kirschner allow me to overstay as a tourist is my main question!
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