ORIGINAL INVITATION LETTER FROM THE COMPANY OR CLIENT IN ARGENTINA that is requiring the applicant, fulfilling all the following requirements:
- The letter must be certified by a Public Notary and by the Public Notaries Association ("Colegio de Escribanos").
- Any person or institution inviting someone to come to Argentina for any purpose different from tourism must be registered at the RENURE (Registro Nacional Único de Requirentes Extranjeros) of the National Migration Office (Dirección Nacional de Migraciones -DNM-) in Argentina. The RENURE REGISTRATION NUMBER must be included in the invitation letter. Without such number the invitation is not valid. Kindly note that the person signing the invitation letter must be THE SAME ONE whose signature is registered at the RENURE.
The invitation letter from the company/client in Argentina must include:
- The purpose of his/her trip
- The specific tasks he/she will be performing
- The exact period during which the applicant is required to stay
- The letter must also clarify if the applicant has entered Argentina in previous occasions:.
Notes: This letter must meet following requirements:
- It must be written in Spanish.
- It must be addressed to the relevant consular authority (e.g. To the Consul of the Argentine Republic in ....).
- It must contain all the personal and contact information of the resident of Argentina extending the invitation: full name, identity document, address, landline or mobile phone number and e-mail address.
- It must contain all personal data of the foreign invitee: full name, nationality, date of birth, passport number and type, telephone number, e-mail and any other contact data in their place of residence.
- It must explain the purpose of the trip, the relationship between the host and the invitee, the stay period in Argentina, the place of stay and the estimated dates of arrival and departure.
- It must state that the person signing the letter will be responsible for the departure of the foreign national from Argentina at the end of the authorized stay period.
- It must include the following paragraph: “As a person inviting a foreign national, I have read and understood the provisions included in Chapter VI of Law No. 25871, sections 116, 117, 118, 119, 120 and 121”.
- It must bear the signature of the inviting person, certified by a Notary Public and the relevant Association of Notaries Public as appropriate.
- The original must be posted to the Argentine Embassy or Consulate to which the foreign national submits the visa application.