RESIDENCIAS TEMPORARIAS POR TRABAJO (UN AÑO)
 

In order to obtain a Temporary Business Residency, the applicant must first get a PERMISO DE INGRESO (Entry Permit) from the Dirección Nacional de Migraciones (Immigration Department). Said permit can either be processed by the contracting company in Argentina which usually takes a month, or it can be processed by this Consulate General, which usually takes 3 to 4 months.

Once the applicant has received the aforementioned PERMISO DE INGRESO, he /she should contact this Consulate General at (305) 373-1889 in order to request an appointment and submit the following documents 15 days prior to the interview.

  • PERMISO DE INGRESO issued by the Dirección Nacional de Migraciones.
  • PASSPORT: must have a validity of at least 6 months left on it.
  • PHOTOGRAPHS: 6 color photographs 2" x 2" ¾ right profile, white or blue background.
  • ORIGINAL BIRTH CERTIFICATE: Legalized by the corresponding Argentine Consulate with jurisdiction over the country or state (in the U.S.) of the place of birth, or be internationally legalized (APOSTILLE) by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or Department of State of the place of birth.
  • AUTHORIZATION: If the visa is requested by a person under the age of 21, both parents will have to sign a written authorization at the Consulate. In the event that either one or both parents cannot be present to perform this procedure at the Consulate, they must submit an authorization certified by a notary public and duly legalized (APOSTILLE) by the Department of State.
  • MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE (or DIVORCE CERTIFICATE, if applicable): Said certificate must be legalized either by the Argentine Consulate of jurisdiction over the country or state in which the marriage or divorce took place or be internationally legalized (APOSTILLE) by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or Department of State of the country where the marriage or divorce was performed.
  • POLICE RECORD BACKGROUND CHECK: A police record from the past 5 years must be presented by all applicants over the age of sixteen. Said document must be issued by the police authority with jurisdiction over the applicant's domicile. Should this certificate be granted by a Police Department outside the aforementioned jurisdiction, it must be properly legalized by the corresponding Argentine Consulate or be internationally legalized (APOSTILLE).
  • TRANSLATION (if applicable): Any document issued in English must be translated into Spanish (this Consulate General provides a list of Argentine Public Translators in Miami). However, this translation could be done by any translator. In this event, the translator's signature must then be certified by a notary public and legalized (APOSTILLE) by the Department of State.

FEE:

PERMISO DE INGRESO (Entry Permit): U$S 200 (two hundred dollars) paid by every person over the age of sixteen.
Visa fee: U$S 50.00. - (fifty dollars)
CARTERA DE INMIGRANTE: U$S 50.00.- (fifty dollars)

Note: If the applicant is under the age of sixteen but he/she is requesting an individual entry permit, he/she must pay the 200.00. - Dollar fee.


If the applicant wishes this Consulate General to process the PERMISO DE INGRESO on his/her behalf, in addition to was stated before he /she needs to present:

A) IN THE CASE THAT THE APPLICANT IS BEEING TRANSFERRED BY A COMPANY WITH HEADQUARTERS IN THE U.S. TO ITS SUBSIDIARY IN ARGENTINA:

  • I) The employment contract signed by both parties, which must be notarized and legalized in Court. In the event that the Company were not in this Consulate's jurisdiction, it must first be legalized either by the corresponding Argentine Consulate or be internationally legalized (APOSTILLE).
  • II) A letter from the employing Company requesting the visa for its employee. This letter should be notarized and legalized in Court. If it were from another jurisdiction, it should be either legalized by the corresponding Argentine Consulate or be legalized with APOSTILLE.
  • III) A Certified copy of the Operational´s License of the Company in the U.S.
  • IV) A Certified copy of the Articles of Incorporation of the Company in the U.S.
  • V)A copy, certified by the "Colegio de Escribanos", from the Company's subsidiary in Argentina of the last D.G.I. Forms 900 or 902, being the Company a major contributor or not.
  • VI) A copy, certified by the "Colegio de Escribanos", of the Company's statute.

B) IN THE CASE OF A DIRECT CONTRACT FROM A COMPANY WITH HEADQUARTERS IN ARGENTINA:

  • I)The employment contract duly signed by both parties, certified by notary public and legalized by the "Colegio de Escribanos" in Argentina.
  • ll) A letter from the Company in Argentina requesting a temporary residency visa for his / her employee.
  • lll) A copy of the D.G.I. Forms 900 or 902, certified by the "Colegio de Escribanos" .
  • lV) A copy of the Articles of Incorporation of the Company in Buenos Aires, duly certified by the "Colegio de Escribanos".
  • V) A copy, certified by the Colegio de Escribanos", of the last six proofs of payment of "Aportes Previsionales".
  • Vl) A copy, certified by the "Colegio de Escribanos ", of the last six proofs of payment of "Ingresos Brutos".
  • Vll) A copy, certified by the "Colegio de Escribanos" ,of the last six proofs of payment of the "I.V.A".