Working In Argentina With Double Nationality

highland110

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Hi everyone,

I am looking for work here in Argentina and I hold citizenship with the US and Italy. After doing research on the internet, I found out that Argentina and Italy have a work agreement and that Italian nationals do not need work visas here.

So far, the reality seems to be different. I was requested to present a CUIL upon trying to leave my resume with a recruiting agency.

Does anyone have any insight regarding this issue?

Thank you!
 

el_expatriado

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The employer is still going to need your CUIL. You should go to the Anses and ask them to assign you a CUIL based on the treaty you are citing. Normally the ANSES will ask for a DNI, but if what you are saying is true, they should assign you a CUIL just based on the treaty you are claiming a benefit under.

The employer is always going to need a CUIL to employ you. No way to get around that.
 

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The employer is still going to need your CUIL. You should go to the Anses and ask them to assign you a CUIL based on the treaty you are citing. Normally the ANSES will ask for a DNI, but if what you are saying is true, they should assign you a CUIL just based on the treaty you are claiming a benefit under.

The employer is always going to need a CUIL to employ you. No way to get around that.

But to get a CUIL you need a DNI, and to get a DNI you have to go to Migraciones claiming you are staying here to work, but you have to prove you are for work with a work contract.
 

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But to get a CUIL you need a DNI, and to get a DNI you have to go to Migraciones claiming you are staying here to work, but you have to prove you are for work with a work contract.

I actually met a French woman here who had a work visa of some sort, but no DNI. I guess France and Argentina have a similar agreement.
 

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My friend Franca was sent here by her company less than one year ago and that is what she said:


non serve nessun visto, almeno io non l'ho fatto, serve il dni
che te lo rilasciano avendo certificato penale italiano tradotto in castigliano
certificato penale argentino
e contratto di lavoro
ah serve anche il cuil....
senza dni e cuil non ti può assumere nessuno
 

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so its reciprocal?

can an Argentine go and work in France or Italy without a work permit?
 

Girino

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so its reciprocal?

can an Argentine go and work in France or Italy without a work permit?

No, they give them citizenship straight away through some dead relative. Ain't that cooler?
Reciprocity is an overrated word.
 
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