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hiechuck
8/23/2017 06:32 EST

does anyone know when I can get my passport renewed in Mendoza

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SaintJohn
8/23/2017 07:32 EST

You are French, right? or Japanese? or from Botswana?

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TomP
8/23/2017 08:11 EST

There should be an Immigration Department in Mendoza City that can handle this for you.

If your VISA has expired you will be lectured and receive a fine which is less than what it would cost to take a Bus to Santiago Chile and then turn around and come back. Or to fly to BA and jump over to Uruguay.

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SaintJohn
8/23/2017 10:11 EST

Tom, the question was: get my PASSPORT renewed in Mendoza

One needs to know the nationality.

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TomP
8/23/2017 10:17 EST

Saint John,

I agree “Nationality” is key, but with the many changes by Presidente Macri I wouldn’t accept hearsay, rather I’d check with the Mendoza Immigration Office for the latest details.

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SaintJohn
8/23/2017 11:11 EST

Inmigraciones hasn't got the foggiest, it is only possible to renew a passport if there is a an embassy (Santiago or Buenos Aires) or a Consulado General in Mendoza. There are a number of those, but to answer the question one needs to know the nationality.

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TomP
8/23/2017 11:14 EST

Of course the “Nationality” must be known. I can’t imagine the person going to Immigration and refusing to show a Passport.

I once renewed an expired VISA at the ImmigrationOffice in San Rafael.

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hiechuck
8/23/2017 14:23 EST

I am an American

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TomP
8/23/2017 16:41 EST

Maybe I missed your initial question but if are an American and you have an expired VISA and are in Mendoza you can go to Santiago Chile and return with ninety more days.

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SaintJohn
8/23/2017 16:46 EST

i suggest you ask

United States of America Embassy in Argentina

https://ar.usembassy.gov/

https://ar.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-services/passports/

They know all about it.

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PowerRanger1
9/4/2017 08:32 EST

I see the same arrogant cretins are still polluting this unfortunate forum.

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todikaios
9/4/2017 14:18 EST

hmmmmmmm....why is this forum unfortunate?

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SaintJohn
9/5/2017 14:19 EST

Looking in the mirror, are we?
Better not, genious.

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