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US Visa waiver for Argentines? Ergo, no "reciprocity fee" for Americans?

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Leading local daily La Nación reports in http://www.lanacion.com.ar/1362675-se-negocia-por-la-visa-con-eeuu that our "government" (if you can call it that) is negotiating with the American embassy in BA the reinstatement of the "visa waiver" program for Argentines who travel to the USA, which existed until a few years ago.

Should this "visa waiver" for Argentines be conceded by the US, obviously the "reciprocity fee" charged to Americans who come here, would be eliminated, which I feel would be great!

However, don´t hold your breath, while waiting for this to happen. For one thing, if I were Mr. Obama (which I'm obviously not), I would instruct Mrs. Clinton to say NO!

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