Argentina-USA negotiations for a visa-free entrance for Argentinian citizens
13 June, 2016duguech
Argentina’s ambassador to the United States, Martin Lousteau, has announced the beginning of the negotiations for a deal that would allow Argentina nationals to enter the US without visa for tourism or business purposes.
Citizens of the south american nation will need to fill the ESTA form via the internet before traveling. This process is faster and less expensive than the previous visa application. It will cost
$14. The visa requirement was $160. If the the deal is finally struck, Argentina and Chile will be the only two south american countries to enjoy this privilege.
Barack Obama has planned a visit to Argentina for the march 23 and 24 in an effort to open new ways of cooperation between the two countries. War on drugs, peaceful nuclear energy cooperation, trade and technological exchange will be among the top priorities of the american president’s visit.
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