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Visa question for Argentina/Brazil

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I'm heading to Argentina in two weeks. While we're there, we'll be visiting Iguazu and would like to go over to the Brazilian side for a day. Americans/US passport holders need a visa to go to Brazil, but Irish passport holders do not. I have both. I understand that I have to leave and re-enter the US on my US passport. Does anyone know if I can then go from Argentina to Brazil on my Irish passport? Do you think they'll need to see my entry stamp for Argentina and will it be a problem if I present two passports? I know this is a completely random question and I'm afraid there won't be a definite answer, but I appreciate any help anyone can give me. I'm also going to call the Argentine and Brazilian consulates on Monday to see if I can get an answer there.

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