Visa Requirements for Entering Argentina

Visitor visa

Electronic travel authorization

Mandatory

Electronic travel authorization

Travelers need a travel authorization to visit Argentina for Business or Tourism. Travelers must have a valid United States B1 or B2 visa to be eligible to apply for Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA). Visa-exempt visitors entering Argentina must obtain an eTA. Travelers can submit the eTA application online. Once the application is approved, travelers receive their eTA confirmation electronically. An eTA is electronically linked to a passport and valid for up to 3 months If travelers receive a new passport, they must apply for a new eTA. A valid eTA is required to board the flight. If the eTA is expired or doesn’t match the traveler’s passport information, travelers will not be able to board their flight.
Last Change

Visa is not required