Argentina Tourist Visa (Reciprocity Fee)

All U.S., Canadian and Australian citizens travelling to Argentina for tourism for visits up to 90 days are required to pay a Visa to Argentina called Argentina Reciprocity Fee. This needs to be paid prior to arrival. As of January 2013, tourist visas can no longer be purchased upon arrival. US, Canadian and Australian visitors need to buy an Argentina Reciprocity Fee online, print it and present it together with their passport when entering Argentina. Our recommendation is to Apply through ivisa.com to get your Reciprocity Fee right away.

You can now process this Argentina Reciprocity Fee (too named Argentina Visa) quickly and safely by clicking in the links provided.

  • For travel to Argentina, an original, signed passport valid for 6 months beyond stay, with at least one blank passport page available for entry stamp. Amendment pages in the back of the passport are not suitable for stamps. The Argentinian reciprocity fee ticket should be carried together with the passport.

REMEMBER:

  • The Reciprocity Fee was payable at the Argentine airports in cash upon arrival until January 2013.
  • Now it is only possible to pay it online prior to your arrival to the country.
  • Airlines will not let you board a plane without a printed copy of the Reciprocity Fee.

Our recommended company to get your Reciprocity Fee is: iVisa.com

  • US Citizens: $160 USD.
    The Argentina Reciprocity Fee is valid for 10 years and multiple entries. It’s required in all ports of entry (including cruise ports).
  • Canadian citizens: $92 USD. The Argentina Reciprocity Fee is valid until one month before the expiration date of current passport and includes multiple entries. It’s required in all ports of entry (including cruise ports).
  • Australian citizens: $100 USD. The Argentina Reciprocity Fee is valid for multiple entries and 1 year. It’s required in all ports of entry (including cruise ports)