ARGENTINA RESIDENCY and RETIREMENT: How I Did It
Coming to Argentina is a unique experience!  The people are unforgettable and the scenery spectacular.  You know you are in Latin America.
My husband and I legally immigrated to Argentina. This is an astounding fact, and I wrote an E-book about it, ARGENTINA RESIDENCY and RETIREMENT: How I Did It. After years of traveling and living in most of the Spanish-speaking world, I chose Buenos Aires, Argentina as my home.  My husband and I made our decision in April, and we stepped off the plane in Buenos Aires with visas in our passports in August of the same year.
The book is available as a “downloadable” PDF file that you can read minutes after your purchase — OR as a softcover book for your library or handbag. It has 100 pages of invaluable information and amusing experiences of our life in Argentina and how we legally moved here.  I have not found another source that will give you this detailed description of legal immigration to Argentina.ARGENTINA RESIDENCY and RETIREMENT: How I Did It is packed with the practical information of how we rented our house, got ID papers the Argentine DNI, traveled about the country and more.  If we personally did not do something, for example, bring household pets, I share the experience of friends.
I have seen websites popping up that offer to assist you in getting your Argentine Residency documents—and charging thousands and thousands of dollars for the initial temporary documents. This book offers the information so you can easily do it yourself for a small fraction of the cost and gain valuable insight and information while doing it! I’ve also seen special “reports”  on ARGENTINA and relocation, costing almost $100—and none of them contain even half of the useful information in this publication!
Visit our site at http://www.lifeinargentina.com for more information and chapter samples.