• Hey guys,
    I've been living in Buenos Aires almost two years and happened to me that I've already used Permission to leave (Habilitacion de salida) the country twice and I had little bit problems to get back to Argentina but in the end they gave me the stamp but with Academic Transitional Residence. Does anyone got experience with that? What stamp gonna give me if i go to Uruguay and then come back?Am I gonna have problems again? Is it possible to have job?
    Thanks a lot!
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    I dont undesrtand very much, but i meet a lot of people ho do this trick: they go to Uruguay in ferry to Colonia(turistic city) and comeback in the same day. in that way renew te permission to stay in Argentina and had a good day.
    sorry for my english
    greetings
    Daniel.
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    hola,hay una manera areglar ese tema. pero asi un poco complicado para explicar.hay que sacar un pricario. bueno,si te interesa comunicate con migo.
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    Gagik: Gracias por decirme eso! Quisiera saber si existe alguna posibilidad..manana voy migraciones a preguntar que hay que hacer. Cualquier cosa te mando un mensaje, gracias!
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    dale, mañana podemos hablar.te mando un mensaje privado
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    Thanks to everyone for responses. I solved the problem today at migraciones.
    If someone is interested: The thing is, that on Tarjeta de entrada/salida is from the back page is written, that who got Transition Residence can't work. But it's possible to get temporary residence first and then you can get a job.
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    hay gente que hablan cosas,solo para hablar. no saben ni leyes ni nada. bueno no quiero meter me.
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    migraciones de retiro no podes hacer nada,hay otro en microcentro. cerca de obelisco. no se direccion exacto,pero me fui alla en 2000,para mi hermano 2011. yo te mande un mensaje privado y deje mi num. bueno si quieres llama me yo explico bien. con ese pricario podes viajar,hacer todo. solo tenes ir cada 3 meses para que pnen un seyo

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