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Argentinian flag Consulate-General of Argentina in New York

Address12 West 56 Street
New York, NY 10019
USA
Phonelocal: (212) 603.0400
international: +1.212.603.0400
Faxlocal: (212) 541.7746
international: +1.212.541.7746
Emailcnyor@cancilleria.gov.ar
Web sitehttp://www.congenargentinany.com
Hours9:00 - 17:00

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kelli barnett
Mon, 14 Nov 2016 17:29 EST
100,000 beavers killed
Argentina is going to slaughter 100,000 beavers in the southern islands this is a senlesess misinformed brutal way of limiting these sentient, family oriented beings. Haven't Argentina had enough brutality. You wake up with less money in the bank, the government disappears you. Haven't learned yet? Be kind to sentient beings, they are us.
roberto guntulis
Tue, 19 Apr 2016 19:06 EDT
54 011 50360363
hdp actualicen la direccion , hay un garage en 12 av y 56 west........
Viswa
Sat, 31 Oct 2015 06:13 EDT
Tourist Visa for a Indian National
I have a friend in USA, visiting from India and he is on a tourist visa in New York.

He wants to spend a holiday in Argentina, is it possible for him to visit the NY Consulate office of Argentina in NEW YORK and obtain a Tourist Visa for Argentina?

Please clarify,
thanks
Stella Viglianco
Mon, 9 Feb 2015 15:58 EST
I am seeking Asilo to live in Argentina. I had an Argentine Father. Can you tell me where to fill in the application.
Constantin Dragomir
Mon, 24 Nov 2014 15:26 EST
Visa for Romanian /American citizen who live in united states
As a Romanian citizen with dual citizenship... Do I need to apply for an Argentinies Tourist Visa ??
Nestor E. Barolin
Fri, 4 Jul 2014 11:31 EDT
Confused
I want to know what kind or type of Argentinian am I.
Last year, at Ezeiza, I went to the "extranjeros" line and was told that I never lost my citizenship (I hold a USA passport) .. This year I went to the "Citizens" line and was told by the employee that "he was doing me a favor" and stamped my passport with a 180 days limit without even asking me if I was planning to permanently return.
My question is: What kind of Argentinian am I if they give me a limit to leave the country.
I am planning to return to live there, but I am confused...can someone enlighten me?
Joseph
Mon, 7 Apr 2014 11:15 EDT
Help. Leaving soon
I am an American passport holder traveling to argentina. I have been there before and paid the reciprocity fee once before and the sticker in my passport says it is valid until 2020. Will I need to pre pay anything online since there have been changes to that system in 2013?
Luz Borghelli TAranto
Mon, 25 Nov 2013 11:25 EST
Decreto 1654/08 Reciprocidad
Naci en Argentina y tengo naturalizacion americana. Viajo en diciembre a Argentina por 7 semanas, tengo que abonar el arancel de 160 dls de acuerdo al Decreto de reciprocidad?
Muchas gracias
Luz B.Taranto
MANUEL DAVIDSON
Wed, 30 Oct 2013 11:37 EDT
LEGALIZACION DE DOCUMENTOS
NECESITAMOS HACER LEGALIZAR POR EL CONSULADO ARGENTINO UN CERTIFICADO DE ORIGEN PARA UN EMBAUQUE
QUE HICIMOS PARA LA ARGENTINA.

POR FAVOR INDIQUEME COMO SE HACE ESE
TRAMITE.

MUCHAS GRACIAS
Mei
Tue, 29 Oct 2013 17:00 EDT
Do you teach the Argenine Tango tomorrow?

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