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In a press conference held in Córdoba today, President Mauricio Macri said he is in favor of  “strengthening migratory laws” and establish “reciprocity criteria” because “sometimes we feel we are too generous and open, in contrast with other realities.” “We …

On Friday, Federico Massoni, a minister from Chubut, announced that he is considering a new proposal that would facilitate the deportation of foreign nationals convicted of a crime in Argentina.

“We can not indulge these types of people,” Massoni emphasized

According to official numbers, there are 160 museums in Buenos Aires. Not only that, but 59 percent of those are completely free and can be found in 30 of the 48 barrios that make up the city. There’s a little …

Fernando Carneiro’s first classes at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) left him thinking his dream of becoming a doctor might end abruptly. Teachers spoke quickly, and the words that came of their mouths were seemingly meaningless. “I did not …

In spite of Argentina’s dark, yet hidden history of targeted genocide toward Afro-Argentines during the 19th century, virtually wiping out the Black community in the country and then whitewashing its history, there has been a recent influx of

Between 2015 and 2017, the number of deportations in Argentina increased by 121 percent. An exponential jump which only counts foreigners with criminal records, and which has been caused by the Decreto de Necesidad y Urgencia (decree made out of

In a decree made five days ago, the Argentine government and the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights unveiled the new prices for immigrants looking to travel and relocate Argentina.

Overall, prices nearly tripled in most of the categories, without …

Immigration is one of the most contentious and divisive topics in the world, with migrant populations often finding themselves victims of suspicion and derision by their host nation. Sadly, Argentina is no different. While the immigrant population in Argentina is …

After an extremely volatile week in Argentina economically, politically, and socially, the weekend is here once again to offer us a brief, and much needed, respite. While the forecast does still appear to be cloudy (in every sense of the …

A Federal Cassation Court confirmed yesterday that an article of the migration law concerning the possibility to expel foreigners who commit crimes in the country is constitutional, the Centro de Información Judicial reported.

The highest court in the country unanimously …