Does anyone here have experience with returning to Argentina after overstaying a previous tourist visa? I came in January 2020 for a planned three month vacation, chose to wait out what i thought would be a two week quarantine when Covid hit (nice to be able to laugh about this now), and promptly had a multitude of flights back to the US cancelled until basically in June they just stopped scheduling them. Long story short, I ended up meeting someone, traveling through Patagonia for several months, and having quite the amazing life adventure. I finally returned to the States on Aug 29, 2021. I had received somewhat murky and ultimately incorrect legal advice regarding the freezing of all visas, and paid a hefty multa on the way out the door. After tying up some loose ends here, I would like to return to live in Buenos Aires again, but preferably on another tourist visa rather than immigrant application, as regular travel between there and here would likely be necessary. The embassy/consulate in Washington DC (where i reside) is literally a black hole of phone calls and emails. The border agent on my way out said it shouldn't be an issue as long as i keep the receipt for my paid multa, however i am hesitant to hop an expensive 12 hour plane flight only to be rejected at customs upon arrival. Is this something I should contact an attorney about? Am I being paranoid and shouldn't really worry (much of what ive read about life pre-pandemic said many times people would pay the fine for overstaying a visa rather than take the time and expense to take a trip to Chile or Uruguay, and that its common procedure)? Any and all advice greatly appreciated!