Congratulations!!! That means mine should come this week, since yours was "resuelto" just 2 days before mine. At least I hope. Haha.
What is the rest of your residency process? Aren't you done for now? With the exception of opening bank accounts and getting an official CUIT or CUIL perhaps?
Again, congratulations! That's awesome
I'm going for a 2 year work residency. Having already started the process (back in March) I was able to use my employment contract to get a temporary CUIL from ANSES and open a bank account, and now with my DNI I have a permanent CUIL. I need to have my temp CUIL combined with my permanent CUIL and I'll be going back to ANSES this week to get that done. Then, finally, back to Migraciones to finish the residency process. The wrinkle with Migraciones is that I was supposed to go back with my DNI within 30 days of my last appointment, but the DNI never showed up so I am well past that window. Lawyer is looking into next steps for that.
A lot of this is off the beaten path as far as getting residency here - at least, it seems to be less common than what a lot of people go through. Having a contract with a company here to work seems to be the real differentiator;
I had a bank account before I had a DNI - a temporary CUIL allowed that.
I have been able to transfer money back to the US without having yet had a DNI. The temporary CUIL allowed that too. Even the bank manager was like "bear with us, we are reading the manual as we do this, we've never done it before."
I'd like to point out that except for one miserable person at Migraciones who sent us on a wild goose chase for no reason (didn't like my face, or that I didn't speak Spanish I suppose) every single person we have encountered has been friendly and helpful, including several people at Migraciones, ANSES, and my bank. And as far as that one miserable person, I've encountered the same thing back in the US renewing a drivers license or dealing with the county on issues. The process itself is rather byzantine, but I've heard the same thing (and even worse) from friends of mine who navigated similar things in the US.