HoboZero said:I wanted to add that I've been here doing the 90 crossing for three years, and was told, angrily I should add, last weekend by the argentine immigrations officer that the laws are changing and a tourist visa is just that and can't be renewed indefinitely. She told me that it was the last time I'd be granted admission.
I've heard that the crackdown was coming. They were going to institute a $135 dollar entrance fee this year, but it never came to fruition. I understand that this is still the plan. It's a matter of when not if.
I'm pursuing a temporary residency now am interested if anyone has gotten one under the "rentista" option. I've got some savings, but can't demonstrate income.
Until the "Official" change is codified, can they really tell you that it's the last time you can do the border crossing to and from Uruguay?
Wonder if anyone else has had the same experience. I'm heading to Uruguay next week - I'm at about day 60 of my 90 days. Curious to see what happens.