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Reciprocity fee

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I have a strange question about this fee. I have an Argentine DNI (the old kind) from when I lived in Buenos Aires 17 years ago. However, I only have a US passport, not an Argentine one. Will I be able to get in without paying the $160?

My mother and father have gotten through it successfully with just their DNIs, but they weren't taking as much of a risk because they went there a few years ago, before you were required to pay the fee before arrival in BA. Now, I'm worried that I'll get there, present my DNI, and be told that it isn't enough...then get sent home.

Thoughts?

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