Old Jul 9, 19, 6:17 pm
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Eastbay1K
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Originally Posted by SoFlyOn View Post
The only problems I've ever heard about at Argentine immigration are people who have overstayed multiple times on previous trips.

Otherwise all the issues have been passengers being asked to prove onward travel from Argentine when they check in in the US or Europe on one way flights (without having a Argentine passport in the reservation).
You mean you've never heard of a passenger being asked to prove onward travel from Argentina when waiting at the gate in Chile on an itinerary ending in Argentina (without having an Argentine passport in the reservation)?
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