End of the Argentina Reciprocity Fee for U.S. Travelers
As of March 24, 2016 the Argentine government will no longer charge a $160 reciprocity fee of U.S. passport holders who are visiting the country for less than 90 days.
This fee, which was implemented in 2008, has been suspended until further notice as part of an effort to strengthen relations between Argentina and the United States. (Residents of Canada and Australia are still subject to a reciprocity fee.)
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