Argentina automatically grants permanent residency to the parents of children born in Argentina. As a permanent resident, you are allowed to stay in Argentina for as long as you wish and are eligible to work, run any type of business, and create bank accounts, etc.
1.- Identity Documents(International Passport)
2.- Birth Certificate Apostilled and Translated
3.- Argentine Criminal Record Certificate issued by the National Registry of Recidivism or the Federal Police (Only required for those over 16 years of age).
4.- Certificate that reliably certifies that there are no previous convictions or pending criminal proceedings, issued by the competent authorities of the countries where you have resided for a period of more than ONE (1) year, during the course of the last THREE (3) years, (Only required to over 16 years).
5.- Stamp of entry to the country stamped on the travel document.
6.- Certificate of Address or a bill from a public service in your name (ABL, electricity, water or gas).
7.- The Argentinean birth certificate and the DNI of your child born in Argentina
You can process the legalization within the nation and travel outside its borders. When you cross the Argentinean border, the system will be automatically notified, and your application will not be processed while you are away. The review will automatically continue if you come back within a year.
You are always welcome to apply for permanent residence in Argentina. If you don’t have time to wait for a plastic ID Card, you don’t have to do this immediately after the child is delivered. Because given the permanent residence in Argentina does not offer any benefits when traveling outside of the country, the process is only worthwhile if you want to stay in Argentina for an extended period of time.