Where to apply
You must apply at the Argentine consulate or consular section in your place of permanent residence.
Applicants may be required to provide additional information and documents including the original flight ticket. Failure to provide any of the documents and information requested may delay the processing of your application. You are advised to contact our offices at least thirty (30) days prior to the proposed date of departure to avoid inconveniences.In accordance with the relevant law of the Argentine Republic and the international practice, the Consul is entitled to refuse the visa.
Basic application materials
For all visa applicants
Passport or travel document: must be valid for a minimum of 6 months from the intended date of entry and have at least TWO completely free page left for the visa.
A completed application form: all questions must be answered. shorttermvisaapplicationform.pdf
Evidence of your immigration status in Belize or Guatemala: (if not a nationalof this countries) i.e. permanent residence, Advance Parole Document, Employment Authorization Card, valid visa, Please provide original documents plus copies
Evidence of funds: credit card and bank statements of the last six months. Please provide original documents plus copies
Itinerary: roundtrip flight ticket and hotel reservation
Holiday or family visit: letter from your employer in Belize/Guatemala. confirming that you are currently employed by the company, for how long, as well as your wage or yearly salary. If you own the business, please add a copy of your business’ official registration and last tax return including the check providing the corresponding payment. The letter must be original (no photocopies or faxes will be accepted), written in or translated into Spanish, on company letter-head paper, signed by the person in charge and notarized. employmentletter.pdf
Transit to another country: roundtrip air ticket and visa for the country of your final destination (if required).
Fee: Holiday: US$ 60
Interview: All visa applicants without exception are requested to present themselves in person for an interview with a consular officer