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Reciprocity fee termination for US Citizens is permanent

Reciprocity fee termination for US Citizens is permanent

Old Sep 13, 16, 8:31 pm
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Reciprocity fee termination for US Citizens is permanent

Reciprocity fee termination for Americans made permanent, but this Fee is still in effect for Canadian and Australian passport holders.

http://www.argentinaindependent.com/...on-procedures/

Last edited by Gaucho100K; Sep 19, 16 at 10:51 am Reason: clarity
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Old Sep 19, 16, 10:51 am
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Thanks for posting this.....
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Old Sep 19, 16, 12:10 pm
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Last edited by Gaucho100K; Sep 19, 16 at 9:01 pm Reason: please post this on OMNI
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Old Sep 19, 16, 12:50 pm
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Originally Posted by Dieuwer View Post
So how is the Argentinian economy doing these days? Inflation under control? People having jobs? Happy with the current administration?
Subject for another thread, most likely in the OMNI/PR forum.
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Old Sep 19, 16, 9:01 pm
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Originally Posted by Eastbay1K View Post
Subject for another thread, most likely in the OMNI/PR forum.
Agreed.
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Old Nov 10, 16, 9:22 pm
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So I don't need my sticker anymore, eh? Was going to take my old passport along, just to show that.
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Old Nov 11, 16, 11:56 pm
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So I don't need my sticker anymore, eh? Was going to take my old passport along, just to show that.
Nope.. Came in 2 weeks ago and as the Immigration Offical was stamping my Passport I told him it was nice not to have to bring the old one along.. He smiled.. Yes, it's Permanant..
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Old Nov 14, 16, 3:32 pm
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Brazil is considering following Argentina's route on this and even eliminating visas for citizens of even more countries.
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