Excellent report! I also renewed via the Embassy here and after reading about trying to renew stateside I was sceptical when they told me at my appointmnent that it would take 2 weeks. And then it did arrive in exactly 2 weeks! Just to add - that when you pay at the Embassy for the procedure you have the option of paying with a US credit card (you're charged in U$ at the Arg government peso rate) or paying in cash in pesos. By bringing and paying in pesos acquired via WU and paying the Embassy in pesos at the window you essentially cut your application cost by half viz using a credit card.Hi, Good morning,
I brought my expiring passport, my still current D.L., notarized birth certificate, and of course my social, which like everyone else, I know by heart and didn’t need to show a card or anything They were very professional and on time for the appointment as I said earlier. Was like a dream. What takes time is that after they initially take your documents, they are clearly authenticating them and then copying them while you wait there. No complaints here about the process. Small price to pay for getting it within two weeks. Getting an appointment for the same day service back in the states is a complete game of whack a mole due to the Covid situation… even with two weeks in advance, and proof of a international ticket within three days of the flight , almost impossible to get a emergency in person travel appointment along the Eastern Seaboard… this way is better and less stressful and I highly recommend it….