Exiting of weapons from the country
1. Tourist bearing firearms to be entered through customs
2. Proceeding for the exit of weapons:
• Argentine Aeronautical Police (PSA)
• Argentine Gendarmery (GN)
• Argentine Naval Prefecture (PNA)
Must hand in the technical forms that were filled when entering the country.
• Will check the technical form according to the firearms that will exit the country.
• Certify the exit of the firearms according to the technical form.
If the tourist does not hand in the due documents or if any temporary introduced firearm left, the individual will have to justify that circumstance with the due documents. Other ways the transgressor could be penalized.
3. Entry transportation sector
4. Entry migration sector
About the Argentine Migrations Department
The Argentine Migrations Department is the enforcement authority of the migration policy and regulation of the Republic of Argentina. This Department is in charge of the admission, granting of entry permits or residence for foreigners, as well as of the control of their entry, stay and exit from the country, and it exercises the police power for foreigners, according to Act N° 22,439.
The Argentine Migrations Department authorizes the places for the entry and exit of persons to and from the Argentine territory, through which, natives and foreigners must comply with the corresponding migration control.
Furthermore, the Argentine Migrations Department keeps records of the migration cards containing all the information of any person who enters or exits the country.
It has jurisdiction over migration changes; provisional, interim, temporary and permanent residence; regularization of migrations situations; entry, exit and stay control.
It exercises the police power for foreigners in the country. It requires foreigners to evidence their migration condition. It carries out inspections on own initiative, at the request of third persons, at commercial, industrial, educational facilities, hospitals, assistance institutions and at such other premises that may infringe the migration law. For this, the Argentine Migrations Department is backed by the Auxiliary Migrations Police.
5. Entry Customs Sector
6. Exit from the country