Foreign residents with DNI's do not become citizens unless they apply for it (becoming eligible to do so only after two years of "permanent" residency).windy said:If you have a DNI you won't be charged the fee. You are a citizen not a tourist end of story.
I agree. You can't get a DNI without being at least a temporary resident, but even you have not yet received a DNI but have residency, you should not have to pay the fee. Just show your original "certificate" from migraciones along with your passport as you enter.windy said:And for my 100th post on BA expats. Having a DNI should prove that you are a resident not a tourist and should there fore exempt you from this charge.
But this is Argentina so it may not be the case,i stand corrected.