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Argentinian flag Consulate-General of Argentina in Chicago

Address205 N Michigan Ave, Ste 4209
Chicago IL 60601
USA
Phonelocal: (312) 819.2610
international: +1.312.819.2610
Faxlocal: (312) 819.2612
international: +1.312.819.2612
Emailargcchic@sbcglobal.net
Hours9:00 - 14:00

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Regina
Thu, 22 Dec 2016 09:35 EST
If you want to study in Argentina, Up Spanish can guide you
Hi Everyone, If you need information on Spanish Courses, accomodation and visa requirements I can guide you in the process to study in Argentina. I can also send posible budgets and all the information you may need!
vlorjan sylaj
Wed, 25 Feb 2015 08:23 EST
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please do get in usa ay families are 5 family members
David
Tue, 4 Mar 2014 19:55 EST
marriages recognized in argentina and in united states
hello I am david, I am going to marry a woman from argentina I am concerned or puzzled what is a legitimate marriage license or recognized legitimate marriage for a us citizen (me) and an argentinan national. Any info would be most helpful
Enrique Hernandez Rivera
Mon, 2 Aug 2010 16:20 EDT
Visa to travel to Argentina
Hello,
My name is Enrique Hernandez Rivera. I'm a bishop of the Roman Catholic Church.
I'm an American Citizen and I'm planning to travel to Argentina at the end of September 2010 and I wanted to ask you if I need a visa to go to Argentina. Purpose of visit: visit a friend of mine who celebrates his 50th Anniversary of Holy Priesthood.

Thanks,
Bishop Hernandez Rivera.
My tel.: 773-342-1516

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