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Visa Requirements for Argentine Citizens
Visa requirements for citizens of Argentina determine if an Argentine passport holder requires a visa to travel to their destination. They are administrative entry restrictions placed on Argentinians by the authorities of countries all around the world.
According to the Henley Passport Index, which measures travel freedom among the passports in the world, the Argentine passport currently ranks 17th on its list because Argentinians are able to travel to over 140 countries around the world without a visa or with a visa on arrival.
Citizens of Argentina are currently able to gain visa-free entry to over 100 countries, among them all other South American countries. To visit the majority of other countries in South America, Argentinians are simply required to present their national ID card at border entry checkpoints.
To visit other visa-exempt countries, nationals of Argentina are required to present a valid passport upon arrival. Visa-free stays for Argentinians differ from 30 days up to 1 year depending on the destination.
Over 20 nations around the globe have implemented an Electronic Travel Visa Authorization program for Argentine citizens in order to facilitate the process of obtaining a visa or visa waiver for their destination.
This expedited application protocol removes the need to visit an embassy to apply for a visa in person and the long waiting times required to suit a visa on arrival application.
e-Visas and electronic travel authorizations for nationals of Argentina are issued for short term stays and may be available for either a single entry or multiple entries. They are most often issued for purposes of tourism, business or trade, or to transit to an onward destination.
Additionally, there are over 85 countries for which an embassy visa for Argentine citizens is required regardless of the period of stay or travel purpose.
Further information about the different entry types for nationals of Argentina can be found below.