Immigration Office in Buenos Aires, Argentina 1


Argentina Immigration Office Address, Phone number, Location, Consular assistance number, Opening hours, Email, Visa services and consular services

Address: Calle Dr. Mariano Moreno 1228
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
C1091AAZ
Buenos Aires

Phone: (54 11) 4124 7200, (54 11) ) 4124 7210

Email: gschotz@jus.gov.ar

Ministry of Foreign Affairs Argentina website: https://www.cancilleria.gob.ar/en

Argentina Government Website : https://www.argentina.gob.ar/

Argentina Immigration Website : https://cancilleria.gob.ar/en/service/foreigners/visas

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  • Kees Engelbarts

    Hi, my family and I are looking for a person called: Pietro Tettoni, who migrated from Italy to Argentina in the late 19th century. He left Italy (Invorio Inferiore) in approximately 1890 after his wife’s early death, and said he planned to go to Buenos Aires. His family never heard back from him ever since. I’m working on the family tree and would like to know if Pietro ever made it to Argentina and if he had any off-spring. Do you have any documents on the immigrants around that period and if not, could you forward this message to the responsible service. Thank you very much in advance