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Hi people. have a flight to Brazil on 14th March - anyone knows whats the fastest way to make a PCR in BsAs? coming from Mendoza, will be in BsAs just 36 hours.
Anyone knows a good accountant in Argentina for expats?
that depends on the state you are going to live consiegvyqmfd as there are several taxes that are at state level like "ingresos brutos" and they differ from state to state
dfabebolg Any major Hospital or Clinic can help you, main difference is how crowd those places are and their prices.
hzxuygstycbcy there is an IG account called blogdelcontador, it's an account for everything related to accountants, bumnrmjfauobqrilbzy has a podcast about weekly newsletter for that.

Main downside, it's on Spanish and I'm not getting pay for these type of ads
Does anyone know a good place for co-working besides We-work?. Looking for a place quality-internet-decent/cost/natural illumination
Hi all, I just joined Nomadlist! What is covid like there? And is Argentina is open to outsiders? I'm reading mixed reports from different sites
I was in Brazil 2 weeks ago, near the border with Argentina. For me Argentina was closed (I'm Ukrainian). I think you should check the rules for example on skyscanner web-site.
until march 12 argentina is closed for anyone who doesn't have any permit to work/live or study, it was open for nearby-countries but it was cancelled
Hello guys does any know how works the PCR test they do in Ezeiza airport ? I'll be heading tomorrow to BS.AS|BS.AS but planning my flight back as well and as I fly during some bank holidays in Argentina I think I gonna for the aiport option, anyone has any experience with it ?
Anyone wanna guess the odds of borders opening tomorrow?
I say thereโ€™s a 1% chance they will reopen borders
yeah, that is why asking for recommendation. I guess will do at the airport before departure.
I think they will close even more. ๐Ÿคฆโ€โ™‚๏ธ
Yeah! I heard it's now until 31/12!
crazy government
I have a theory that Peronist governments don't care too much for tourism and hospitality industries
They also likely don't care if someone owns more than one home or apartment either, because those are the ones renting to others
hahaha I don't want to start talking about politics here it will be an endless talk ๐Ÿ˜ž
only I can say is an insane decision, most all south American countries are removing restrictions Colombia will start not requiring PCR negative soon and Peru eliminated the quarantine , to go to argentina is 14 days of quarantine plus the PCR negative and if you want to move to some states you also have to get another PCR + quarantine ๐Ÿ˜‚ is the GOT map
I'm planning moving to BsAs next month, but I don't think will not happening anytime soon :(
Does anyone know we can now travel to different areas? I've been wanting to check out Patagonia but I dont have a DNI I am just a tourist who has way overstayed my Visa. I guess that could also be a problem trying to fly to Patagona with a Visa that expires many months ago.
just flew to BsAs this Friday without any issues. nothing was checked except for the ticket. the airline guidelines said that `certificate de circulation` required, but wasn't able to make it (didn't work with my passport number somehow) and no one checked it anyway.
I'm also entered last year bit before the pandemic and super overstayed the visa by now, however the tourist and any visas were extended automatically every 30 days, from 17.03.2020 to 17.03.2021
What's your nationality?
I don't think is possible right now, to go to Patagonia you have to get the Rio Negro tourism permit and the summer certificate from the government, try to get with your passport and if they approve it, you may have no problem it going
qdzdylwonmlsc Russian passport, but I don't think it matters in this case. My gf have different passport (not Mercosur ), same thing.
you had lucky nzgqziarq I came from Colombia last friday and Avianca airlines in the preboard room they asked one by one to have or the ARG passport or any permit to enter ( familiar visit - study or work) there was a guy wo didn't have that and they not allowed to take the flight, I guess depends on the country/airline ? once in| I am not sure what they request to enter as a foreign person.
utlvubknt what airline did you fly? were you allowed because you had a tourist visa from before that was extended?

<@UTV7207EH> ycienygye do you guys think it's worth a shot to see if I get in?
Avianca from medellin ydzckilglzbxs I was allowed because I'm from here ๐Ÿ˜„
hwxtscylvkpckeo You're from Argentina?
I am ๐Ÿ˜„
ohh I guess a misunderstanding - I was referring to travelling within Argentina, been there since the start if pandemic
vzvbyotrn ah gotcha! I misread that you arrived - my bad!
A friend tried to fly some weeks ago and after a call to the Argentina embassy he was denied ๐Ÿ˜„
Ah, now I get it ๐Ÿ˜„
Hi! i was planning to go to buenos aires in april to , do you still need permits and all of that?
Does anyone has being able to enter argentina? Im not resident and I want to go as a tourist.
Has anyone been to a Polo game here? I'm trying to figure out how to buy tickets online. I walked by this Polo feild in Palermo that has a big billboard advertising you can have have sushi and watch Polo, sounds interesting.
I've bet on horses at el hipodromo
probably the same place
This was pre-covid I just walked in
I am hearing we have new restrictions coming up tomorrow?
Anyone in BA wanting to do some climbing/bouldering or walking around the reservation in Puerto Madero?
So the people I am renting from in Palermo said they is some new cerfew and I can get a fine or worse starting at 7pm everynight last week.
But, I see all shops are open and theer are people walking around everywhere at night way more than before even, is this some type of protest to that curfew?
Oh well I got a moderator warning so apparently it is NOT okay to write in a language other than English
Same. Now we know :)
Yup. That also happened in the france channel
very weird
cโ€™est la vie ๐Ÿคทโ€โ™‚๏ธ
Reported to the mod! ๐Ÿ˜
I've just come across that apparently, argentina will promote digital nomad visas and positioning BA as digital nomad hub (can't post any link yet :sweat_smile:)ย - has anyone heard a bit more about it? The "official" website doesn't really state much information, besides how good of a city BA is, and how to register for a welcome packag
Yes! I know the guy in BA who was part of the team putting it together. . He sent a couple of us some info on it a while back, in terms of there being a welcome package of goodies, ie SUBE passes, co working passes. It was still in its beginning phases back then. But it's supposed to be official. Just borders need to open now. ๐Ÿ˜…
Well not sure if those exact things are going in the packets in the end. But when he asked us what would be good. We mentioned some of those things :joy:. as in starter off items to help a nomad navigate BA on day one.
oh - nice, but I guess you don't have any more details about the visas they intend to offer, right?
It is a bit exclusive and borders on racist, sorry ...
Get 1000 pesos of sube passes - pay federal taxes lol
Yup! ๐Ÿ˜‚ basically. Iโ€™m not a fan of these new nomad โ€œvisasโ€ aka lets tax you. Lol. but letโ€™s see!
vkxxhswilo nope havenโ€™t heard much on it yet after that. But seems like itโ€™s still going to be a real thing once ready.
I do not want to touch any political topic, just facts , read very well the tax implications of any digital nomad visa in Argentina, as there is a foreign currency block there, it means if you live there you are obligated to pay taxes there, and in Argentina any foreign currency has (or should) go to the official market which is almost 50% less than the real market, several freelancers in Argentina figured out a way to workaround these obligations , there are a tons of news about that, but a digital nomad visa in Argentina while there is a "CEPO" for me sounds like a trap ๐Ÿ˜…
It is a trap!! joyjoysweat_smile
Yeah, itโ€™s a bit of a hassle to use your money here. Basically you have to bring cash or use exchangers. Itโ€™s a pain in the butt that you canโ€™t just pay with your credit card or withdrawing cash from an ATM without losing 60% of your money
Western Union was a really good way when I was there a year ago
You got a better rate than you could on the street but with a high fixed transaction fee. So the key was to excahnge like $500 at a time and try not to get mugged
I used cryptocurrencies a lot in Argentina, basically lived the entire month with it.
Just found some guys in localbitcoins, and some of them did a cash delivery at my door. :D
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