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goethe 9th July 2018 09:40 PM

Argentine citizenship after 2 years
 
Hello, I read you can get Argentine citizenship after two years of legal residence in teh country. Anyone actually been able to do this? What's the process? Get a job and residence permit, apply for citizenship after two years? Is it really that simple?

I'd be interested to hear your experiences.

Thank you

goethe 9th July 2018 09:50 PM

Would it also count if I studied in Argetina for two years?

priyasingh 20th June 2019 12:21 PM

Argentina, a nation of South America, covering the vast majority of the southern bit of the landmass. The world's eighth biggest nation, Argentina involves a zone more broad than Mexico and the U.S. territory of Texas consolidated. It incorporates colossal fields, deserts, tundra, and backwoods, just as tall mountains, streams, and a large number of miles of sea shoreline. Argentina additionally asserts a part of Antarctica, just as a few islands in the South Atlantic, including the English, ruled the Falkland Islands.

meghanexp 26th September 2019 03:22 PM

The citizenship process is a little bit more complicated than that. First you'll have to find a job that will sponsor you for a work visa. The current visa processing time is about 9 months. You'll be granted a temporary visa. After 2 years with the temporary visa, you'll be able to apply for permanent residence. If in those 2 years you've created a stable life for yourself and are able to show that you intend to permanently live in Argentina, i.e. buy a house, get married to an Argentine, start studying at a University, etc, you'll be able to apply for citizenship after getting the permanent. If not, better to wait another year or two and then apply for citizenship. I would also recommend that you brush up on your Spanish once there. Officials tend to take you more seriously if you are able to speak to them in their language.


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