Hello all! I am a United States student that is spending a year abroad in Argentina for a school. So far its been a great experience! I have been here for 2 months already and I am approaching the end of my 90 day visa. I am under the impression that my options are to border hop, apply for the 90 day extension, or overstay the visa. (side note: I do plan on traveling to other countries during this year). I have heard that in the past people will border hop with no problem. My concerns with this option is that I hear the borders are more strict on this post-covid. Also concerning border hopping, are you more likely to get in trouble/stopped at customs the more you do it, and is there a recommended time limit to stay out of country? Also is it better to hop through several different countries before returning? (i.e. Argentina -> Uruguay -> Chile -> Argentina) In regards to the 90 day extension, I hear that the process to get it is easy. However I have an American friend that I met here that said 90 day extension comes with a unique stamp in your passport. This stamp caused some problems for him when he tried re-entering because the stamp is not very common so the border agent noticed it and had problems with it. I am concerned this may happen with me as well, especially if I end up overstaying or border hopping in the future, after obtaining the extension. Lastly, I can overstay my visa. This would affect travel plans, which would not be Ideal, however school comes first so I can push off the traveling until I don't need to re-enter. My main concern with this plan is that I am worried that the overstaying may make it harder for me travel to other countries in the future, as I hear countries may deny my entrance. Ideally I would like an option that lets me keep my ability to leave and re-enter Argentina for the next year, and I would like to prevent as many problems at the border or with costumes as possible. Any help is appreciated!