Overstaying 90-day limit

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Does anyone know if the overstay fee can be paid at EZE by credit card? If not, does currency matter (ARS vs USD?)
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Hello.

Thanks for information always.

I wonder the fine is still 4500 pesos under 2 years overstaying. Because the pesos has been dropped a lot recently.

Thanks again.
 

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Hello.

Thanks for information always.

I wonder the fine is still 4500 pesos under 2 years overstaying. Because the pesos has been dropped a lot recently.

Thanks again.

Haven't heard otherwise, but you can check the migraciones website if you want to know for sure.

PS: The monthly income requirement for the visa rentista is still only $30.000 ppm and that hasn't changed since the peso was about 15 to one, but the overstay fee tends to increase more often (perhaps twice in the past five years?).
 

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Like many people I overstayed my 90 day visa as I was happy to pay the 4500 peso. However when I the border into Brasil at Iguazú I was told I couldn't pay at the border, I needed to pay online. I was given a document, sent on my way to Brasil and advise to pay online.
Once I logged in it said I needed to pay 15000 peso as I left the country without paying my fee. When in fact I was still in the country when they gave me the documents regarding my fine.
If I was told I would be charged this much I would've paid the fee of 4500 before I left.
I tried to enter back into Argentina after two weeks in Brasil but was denied entry until I pay 15000 peso.
My main backpack is in Argentina as I was going to Salta and then Bolivia.
Anyone have any advice?
 

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Like many people I overstayed my 90 day visa as I was happy to pay the 4500 peso. However when I the border into Brasil at Iguazú I was told I couldn't pay at the border, I needed to pay online. I was given a document, sent on my way to Brasil and advise to pay online.
Once I logged in it said I needed to pay 15000 peso as I left the country without paying my fee. When in fact I was still in the country when they gave me the documents regarding my fine.

Did the documents migraciones gave you regarding paying the fine indicate it would be $4500 if you paid while still in Argentina and $15000 if you left without paying?

If I was told I would be charged this much I would've paid the fee of 4500 before I left.
I tried to enter back into Argentina after two weeks in Brasil but was denied entry until I pay 15000 peso.
My main backpack is in Argentina as I was going to Salta and then Bolivia.
Anyone have any advice?

If your backpack and it's contents are worth more than $15000 it will be less costly (and less time consuming) to pay the fine and retrieve it, rather than replacing it and it's contents.

PS: You will never be able to you enter Argentina again without paying the fine. It never goes away.
 

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Did the documents migraciones gave you regarding paying the fine indicate it would be $4500 if you paid while still in Argentina and $15000 if you left without paying?



If your backpack and it's contents are worth more than $15000 it will be less costly (and less time consuming) to pay the fine and retrieve it, rather than replacing it and it's contents.

There was no price on there. I just assumed it was 4500 for over staying. But instead they put me in the category of leaving without paying. Which isn't right.
 

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