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Reciprocity Fee

Citizens of the some countries must pay a “reciprocity fee” upon flying into Argentina: United States ($140US, good for 10 years, multiple entries), Canada ($70, single entry) and Australia ($100, single entry). The fee is collected only at Buenos Aires’ Ezeiza International Airport. (The fee is not collected at land crossings or seaports.)

It may be paid in Argentine pesos, US dollars (excellent, unmarked condition only), travelers checks or credit card (plus 2-3% international currency converter fee).

Travelers with diplomatic or official passports are not charged, nor are in-transit travelers. The fee is collected before queuing for immigration. For more information, see www.migraciones.gov.ar.


Here are some related tips to help plan your trip to Argentina: Argentina Visa Information and Officialdom And Business.








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