In 2014, we were in your shoes. We wanted to move abroad, but we had no idea what we needed to do to make it happen. What visa or residency permit was best, and how did we even start the application process? We had a million things to do, and we did not need the uncertainty.
From the start, communication was sporadic. Pricing was unclear. We had unnecessary 7 am trips to the police station and mix-ups with appointments.
And what happened next was nothing short of heartbreaking.
Our son’s application was rejected.
After MONTHS of preparation, we had to start the entire process from scratch. All the time standing in immigration queues like cattle was to no avail.
There HAD to be an easier way!
We have found partners in Buenos Aires who deliver everything we would have loved to have had when we moved.
I wasn't sure that I would get a better service from a wherecani.live lawyer than one I found myself on the internet. But after seeing their assessment process, I decided to give the consultation a go. It was excellent. The lawyer I spoke to was very helpful, and in 30 minutes, I knew that the Rentista visa was the best one for me. I have engaged the firm to help me get it. So much easier than having to figure it out myself!
— Ashley C
Our partner will deduct this from any costs associated with future advice if you choose to proceed with them.
Our partners will deduct $50 from future costs if you decide to engage with them further.
Our seasoned experts have a fair pricing model and offer excellent value.
Our partners get great reviews from clients just like you and me.
You will only speak to qualified immigration lawyers who have a strong relationship with the immigration service.
We will immediately refund the full $50 if you are unhappy with the partner's service for any reason at all.
My mother was born in Argentina. I was not sure whether I was able to get citizenship or not and what the process was. I was really happy to hear that I can get citizenship, and the lawyers explained all of the steps I need to take. I will be moving to Argentina next year!
— Pilar B
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What will the lawyer cost?
Every application varies, and so very few lawyers publish a price list. However, your lawyer should be able to give you an accurate quote once you have had your initial consultation and agreed on the required services. Do not proceed without a precise quote for the complete service. If a lawyer has prices quoted on their website, check to make sure it covers all parts of the service and there are no surprise add-ons and exclusions. And does your fee cover an administrative appeal if your application is rejected?
If I do use a lawyer, what services will they offer?
Lawyers in Argentina offer a massive range of services. The firm you engage with should match your requirements. Some people opt for the full valet service, and others want their application checked before submission. Some firms only focus on specific areas of immigration law or a particular area of Argentina.
Why should I pay for a consultation?
Most reputable immigration firms in Argentina charge for a consultation, and they charge a lot more than we do! This allows them to take enough time to understand your situation and to give you an honest assessment of your case. And it means you’ll meet with a qualified immigration lawyer and not the intern or admin. Free consultations are sometimes just a marketing strategy to push a standard sales pitch.
Why should I use the Where Can I Live Spain partner?
We have a detailed selection process for all our partners. We are so confident of service quality and value that we offer a 100% money-back guarantee. We’ll only ask why you were unhappy to improve our service, and you'll get your money back immediately no matter the answer
Will my application be accepted?
There is no guarantee. Each consulate has slightly different processes. And the requirements change over time. However, a good partner will understand those details and ensure you don’t submit an application before it has the best possible chance of being approved.
Does your Argentina Partner speak English?
Yes, they speak fluent English.
Has COVID impacted being able to move to Argentina?
Yes, the pandemic has impacted processing times and logistics. And, given the continuously changing circumstances, it is hard to be definitive. What we do know is that applications are still being accepted and processed but with some delays. And, as the vaccine rollout accelerates in Argentina and around the world, the situation will improve.