You will need an, "Identity History Summary Check" letter from the FBI.I am living for almost two years here in Argentina (on a tourist visa). In these two years I went three times to Europe, two to three weeks each time for work related matters. Otherwise i made a couple of day trips to Colonia and Chile (while I was vaccationing in Patagonia). No overstays before Covid. I am married to an Argentinian citizen with two kids (Arg). I made once an attempt for permanent residency which I didnt complete (legal documents were complete, however some payment confirmations were missing and then i got fed up with the process).
I am not particularly keen on getting the citizenship per se. However, at one point i need to legalize my situation here. The risk of not reentering with my family being here is something that i want to avoid.
As far as I understand I am eligible for citizenship here.
Has anyone done this process before? Experiences? Especially i am keen to know
* how long did the process take (i understand it can vary considerably, depending on ghe judge)?
* is there a way to slow this process down? (Paradoxically that would potentially help me as - as far as i understand - during the process you are kind of protected, while a longer process might help me delaying in establishing my tax domicile here)
* as of when do the taxes (afip) come into play?
* what legal fees did you pay? (Lawyer) Are there also other legal fees?
Do you need a new police record when you move from temperaría to permanente? I believe if you changing to permanente after 3 years of having temp you don’t need to submit a police record from the us again?You will need an, "Identity History Summary Check" letter from the FBI.
It tells Argentina your criminal history in the USA.
I needed one for my permament residency 4 years ago and will need another one(within 6 months of application, I think) for citizenship.For a fee, a request can be made to the FBI for your Identity History Summary—often referred to as a criminal history record or a rap sheet.www.fbi.gov
the need for police record is determined by countries in which a person lived in the past 3 years.Do you need a new police record when you move from temperaría to permanente? I believe if you changing to permanente after 3 years of having temp you don’t need to submit a police record from the us again?