Mercosur Permanent Settlings
(Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Paraguay, Perú, Uruguay, Venezuela, Guyana and Surinam.)
ARGENTINE OR FOREIGNER RELATIVE PERMANENT SETTLE (SECTION 22 OF THE LAW 25 871 Order 616/2010)
DOCUMENTS TO SUBMIT:
- IDENTITY: Identity Card, Passport or Certificate of Citizenship with photo, originals. These documents must be in force and in good condition.
- BIRTH CERTIFICATE AND THE ONE IN RELATION TO THE MARITAL STATUS OF THE PERSON, according to the purpose of setting appeal.
- CERTIFICATE OF ARGENTINE CRIMINAL RECORDS
Issued by the National Registry of Reoffend, or Federal Police. Only requires to those over 16 years.
- CERTIFICATE OF LACK OF CRIMINAL RECORD issued by the competent authorities of the countries where they have resided for a period exceeding ONE (1) year, during the course of the last THREE (3) years. Only requires to those over 16 (sixteen) years.
- AFFIDAVITof lack of criminal record in other countries (it will be produce in migration at the time of application for residence).
Country entry seal stamped to a travel document or migration card.
- CERTIFICATE OF DOMICILE OR AN INVOICE OF ANY PUBLIC SERVICE WITH YOUR NAME (ABL, electricity, water or gas)
- SEETLING TAX: MERCOSUR $ 1000 + $60 DNI
- ONE 4X4 COLOR PHOTO (It must be current, taken from the front, half bust, with the head completely uncovered, color, white even background, allowing appreciate faithfully and in all its fullness the holder's facial features when manage the procedure).
- SPOUSE of ARGENTINE native or naturalized by option: MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE TO PROVE THE LINK INVOKED OR CERTIFICATE OF COHABITATIONAL UNION AND NATIONAL IDENTITY CARD OF THE ENTAILMENT GIVER.
- PARENTS OF AN ARGENTINE CHILD native or naturalized by option: BIRTH CERTIFICATE OF THE ARGENTINE CHILD AND NATIONAL IDENTITY CARD OF THE ENTAILMENT GIVER.
- SON OF AN ARGENTINIAN MOTHER OR FATHER native or naturalized by option: BIRTH CERTIFICATE which proves the link invoked and National Identity card of the ENTAILMENT GIVER.
- SPOUSE of a PERMANENT resident: MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE TO PROVE THE LINK INVOKED OR CERTIFICATE OF COHABITATIONAL UNION AND NATIONAL IDENTITY CARD OF THE ENTAILMENT GIVER.
- PARENTS of a PERMANENT resident: BIRTH CERTIFICATE OF THE CHILD AND NATIONAL IDENTITY CARD OF THE ENTAILMENT GIVER.
- unmarried CHILD/ under 18 years old, not emancipated, or old with different capacity of a PERMANENT resident: APPLICANT'S BIRTH CERTIFICATE AND NATIONAL IDENTITY CARD OF THE ENTAILMENT GIVER.
- HAVE BONS because have enjoyed a TEMPORARY residence for 2 consecutive years for MERCOSUR.
- HAVE BONS because have enjoyed a TEMPORARY residence for 3 years consecutive for NO MERCOSUR, other conditions determined by the National Direction of Migration.
- HAVING SERVED AS DIPLOMATIC, CONSULAR OR AT INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS: for 2 consecutive years for MERCOSUR, for 3 consecutive years for NO MERCOSUR.
- HAVE REFUGEE STATUS and comply with any of the rules provided in paragraphs a), b), c)
That foreigner, who is under eighteen (18) years old, should have the authorization of both parents in cases where the minor has double parental link. The minor will have to appear at the time of the procedure with valid identity document and legalized birth certificate that proves the family link. Having this authorization for such purposes, the same shall be signed by the competent authority. In the event that the child's parents do not live in the National Territory, the child must have an appointed guardian, who must prove legal residence in the country and demonstrate with the public document his appointment as guardian of the child. These documents (birth certificate and power issued abroad), must be submitted duly legalized by the Argentine Consulate recognized by that country or apostille of the Hague Convention or legalized by the consulate of the country issuing the document established in Argentina (only document issued in countries belonging to MERCOSUR).
All documents issued abroad must have the legalization of the Argentine Consulate, located in the country issuing the document Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Worship, or Apostille, if the country has ratified the Hague Convention .
• Without detriment of that established on international agreements or conventions in force, any documents issued by consular representatives in the national territory, must have the legalization of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Worship, except MERCOSUR.
• All documents issued in a foreign language must have the Spanish translation made by National Public Translator (Section 6 Law No. 20.305) and legalized by the Translators Association, except Portuguese language for Brazil.
• The documents submitted should be original. The National Direction of Migration may require, if deemed necessary, additional documentation to those detailed before.
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