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AddressCarlos Pellegrini 1363, 5º Piso
C1011aaa Buenos Aires
Phonelocal: (011) 4515.6500
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Mon, 25 Jun 2018 12:05 EDT
tourist visa for American
Do you deliver same day service for a tourist visa for America citizen?
Thank you
Mary Ann West
Mon, 15 Jan 2018 13:39 EST
We want to take a cruise leaving Feb 24 from Buenos Aires to Manaus, Brazil. Seabourn Cruise line. Do we need a visa?
Ogbeide Osagie
Sat, 26 Mar 2016 19:44 EDT
football player
My name is Ogbeide Osagie i am 14 years of age, i a from a Nigeria and i am from Edo state.I live in a small town called Ekpoma.I was born and and raised by my parent. I attend my nursery and primary school in ujemen, I am a great footballer, I played for ujemen united and so many school competetitions.I quite school because of the love i have for football.i would like to play for any team. Is there anybody out there that can sponsor my carrier so that i can be able to play for the big teams around the world? Please my email is
Sun, 31 May 2015 11:53 EDT
Disaster Brazilian Consulate in Buenos Aires
We didn't know we needed a visa to go to Brasil.. We were leaving the next day for four days from Buenos Aires, we went to the Brazilian consulate to ask for a tourist visa, after waiting in line for two hours, I talked to this older lady, too bad I didn't get her name. I explained to her our situation and immediately she snapped at us and said We have to have an appointment and the next appointment would be for Monday (it was Wednesday). Begged her to listen and only thing she said was you need an appointment and that was it. Good job lady.......Finally my husband and I made arrangements and returned home to the states, we were not going to stay 5 to 6 days to go back to the consulate and be mistreated again with no guarantee we would get our visa. If the Brazilian authorities behave like this to tourists, I only imagine how terrible the situation is in that country must be. The day that i went to the consulate two other couples were going through the same situation and were going to go back home, thanks to the EFFICIENT personnel in the Brasilian consulate in Buenos Aires. The people from the Consulate represent the goverment, and as such they should treat the tourist and any oher person that goes to the consulate in a civilized manner.
Thomas Pettit
Wed, 4 Mar 2015 13:52 EST
Outstanding service by one of your Consular officers
I wish to commend Alvaro for his outstanding support and help while my wife and I were applying for a Brazilian Visa to visit Iguazu Falls. We filled out the necessary forms but failed to make an appointment. We were already booked with a tour leaving Tuesday and this was Thursday afternoon. We feel fortunate that the person sitting at the window we were sent was Alvaro. After being lightly scolded for not having an appointment, Alvaro took our information and said our visa would be ready Friday afternoon. Thank you Alvaro, for your help -- we had a marvelous time at Foz do Iguazu...Tom & Dale

P.S. for the CG - your are welcome to add this to his personal file.
Tue, 3 Jun 2014 10:11 EDT
student visa
Hello, I would please need any info that can help. I am trying to get my student visa. It seems like there is no phone about visas, only the email. But the emails have been hacked in the last week or so therefore nobody is replying to me. Its urgent...can somebody help on how i can proceed? Thanks
Andres topchi
Wed, 24 Oct 2012 16:50 EDT
My future wife and I were on our way to Rio de Janeiro from Nevada USA. We are having a destination wedding. Our airline did not inform us we needed a visa. We were turned away at our connecting flight to rio. We now have flight from NC to rio connecting to Buenos Aires. We are trying to come in to the Brazilian Consulate in Buenos Aires Argentina to get to Rio. What do we need to bring to get a visa and how long does it take to get one. Thank you

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