Could a certificado de covivencia = precaria familiar for re-entry?

cbbsas

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This may be a subject buried in the various Covid threads but I haven't found it:

Can anyone advise as to whether a UK citizen may be able to enter into Argentina (re-enter, rather) to be reunited - not with their spouse strictly, but with someone they were cohabiting with (for less than 2 years) and with whom they obtained a certificado de covivencia?
 

dsp27

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This may be a subject buried in the various Covid threads but I haven't found it:

Can anyone advise as to whether a UK citizen may be able to enter into Argentina (re-enter, rather) to be reunited - not with their spouse strictly, but with someone they were cohabiting with (for less than 2 years) and with whom they obtained a certificado de covivencia?
Send an email to the Argentine embassy in London. Still my guess is no. I think you need to be civil partners at least - co-vivencia is not good enough.
 

antipodean

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This may be a subject buried in the various Covid threads but I haven't found it:

Can anyone advise as to whether a UK citizen may be able to enter into Argentina (re-enter, rather) to be reunited - not with their spouse strictly, but with someone they were cohabiting with (for less than 2 years) and with whom they obtained a certificado de covivencia?
Yes. I know a few unmarried/ not in civil union foreign nationals who have done this recently to be with their partners here.
Suggest to use an immigration lawyer in Argentina to advise and get the documents from here in order.
 

Bajo_cero2

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SC last year in October ruled about familly re unification. I guess your best bet is to apply for habeas corpus before a travel or to just marry, a divorce takes 2 months and about 100.000 p.
 

dsp27

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Yes. I know a few unmarried/ not in civil union foreign nationals who have done this recently to be with their partners here.
Suggest to use an immigration lawyer in Argentina to advise and get the documents from here in order.
I stand corrected then. Please cbbsas ignore my resposne. But might be helpful to reach out to the embassy regardless.
 
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