Entrance requirements and procedures

General information to enter the country and province

If you are Argentinean, you do not need extra documents apart from your ID. In case you visit Argentina from abroad, you should take your updated passport, with or without visa, according to the cases.  You do not need a visa for less than 90 days if you are citizen of: The European Union, USA, Canada and the following Latin American countries: Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panamá, Perú and Venezuela.

If your country does not appear, please check this website: http://www.migraciones.gov.ar/ and check requirements needed.

Tourists can stay maximum ninety (90) days. They may stay longer if they go to any Migration National Departments before the expired dates.

Citizens from USA, Canada or Australia who visit the country for tourism or business must pay so-called Reciprocity Rate before entering the country.  For more information or to pay it visit https://dnm.provincianet.com.ar/Login

It is not necessary any vaccination record certificate when entering the country; except for those visitors who come from countries where cholera and yellow fever are epidemic.

What to know to drive in Tucumán

In order to avoid tragedies and to live in a safer place, there are alcohol checks by the Provincial Institute against Alcoholism (IPLA) on different areas of the city and the province.  According to the new law passed at the beginning of 2016, the level of alcohol in the blood must be 0 (zero) so that accidents will not happen.   

Technical Vehicular Verification is also a compulsory requirement in order to go around Tucumán.  It consists on the regular checks on the mechanical states of the vehicle. If the person does not have this requirement, he/she may be fined and his/her driver’s license may be retained.