Legalizaciones

ESTA PÁGINA ESTÁ DISPONIBLE SÓLO EN INGLÉS
 
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT LEGALIZATIONS
As of September 1, 2014, the Consular Section of the Embassy of Argentina accepts only walk-in applications for legalizations. Applications sent by mail are no longer be accepted.
The Consulate cannot authenticate any of the following documents.
Birth, marriage and death certificates; diplomas and school transcripts; powers of attorney; assignments; affidavits and miscellaneous statements

Birth, marriage and death certificates; diplomas and school transcripts; powers of attorney; assignments; affidavits and miscellaneous statements

The Consulate does not and cannot authenticate any of these documents. 

Both Argentina and the United States follow the “Hague Legalization Convention,” according to which, for a document to be valid in Argentina, it needs to bear an “Apostille,” issued by the State authentication authority. Where can I get the Hague Legalization Convention “Apostille” certificate on a document?

The fee is US$ 60 per document legalized, payable by money order only (please, provide a separate money order for each document) to the “Embassy of Argentina”).
 

Price lists and commercial invoices

Price lists and commercial invoices must have the raised seal and signature of a registered chamber of commerce 
of Delaware, Maryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia or the District of Columbia.

Please submit the original document (no photocopies or faxed copies will be accepted).

Please note that as from Novembrer 1, 2016, the fee is of US$ 200 per price list or commercial invoice, payable by money order only (please, provide a separate money order for each document and make it payable to “Embassy of Argentina”).

 

Certificates of origin

As per Resolution MEYOySP No 381/96 of the Argentine Ministry of Economy, all certificates of origin must:

List the goods to be exported to Argentina.

Include the vendor's commercial invoice number/s.

Bear the raised seal and signature of a registered chamber of commerce, stating that it has examined the manufacturer's invoice or shipper's affidavit concerning the origin of the merchandise, and, according to the best of its knowledge and belief, finds that the products named originated solely in the United States of America.

The Consular Section in Washington D.C. can only authenticate chamber of commerce certificates from the states of Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia.

Please submit the original document (no photocopies or faxed copies will be accepted).

Please note that as from November 1, 2016, the fee is of US$ 200 per document, payable by money order only (please, provide a separate money order for each document and make it payable to “Embassy of Argentina”).

 

Certificates of free-sale, reconditioning/repair, formula/ingredient, and end-use

Certificates of free-sale, certificates of reconditioning (repair), Certificates of formula (ingredient), and certificates of end use, must be notarized and certified by the county clerk. The Consular Section in Washington D.C. can only authenticate chamber of commerce certificates from the states of Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia. Other Argentine consulates in the United States.

Please submit the original document (no photocopies or faxed copies will be accepted). The fee is US$ 60 per certificate, payable by money order only (please, provide a separate money order for each document and make it payable to the “Embassy of Argentina”).

Please note that as from November 1, 2016, the fee is of US$ 200 per document, payable by money order only (please, provide a separate money order for each document and make it payable to “Embassy of Argentina”).

 

Processing information

The Consulate’s Legalizations Department is open Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 1:00pm (for submission and collection of applications). The Consulate is closed on Argentine and U.S. holidays.


Embassy of Argentina

Consular Section
1811 Q Street NW
Washington, DC 20009
consular@embassyofargentina.us
 


HORARIO DE ATENCIÓN AL PÚBLICO: 8 A 13 HS.
OFFICE HOURS: 08:00AM - 01:00PM
consular@embassyofargentina.us
+1 202 238 6460
Emergencias: +1 202 294 2029