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Kim Hicks-

A VISA is not currently required (as of January 1997) for 
US citizens travelling to Argentina under a US passport 
(tourists staying up to 90-days). The Argentine Consulate 
in either LA or SFO can provide you with additional 
information or details for business travel.  Also, if I 
remember correctly you'll need to obtain a tourist card 
upon entry and have money for the exit VISA (tax) to 

When working in regions outside your normal practice, it 
is always good practice (both politcally and technically) 
to work with a local engineer.  This is especially true if 
practicing in a foriegn country, where the "rules" may be 
quite different.  Hopefully the physics and mechanics 
remains the same.

EERI, ACI and I believe ACEC have members Argentina.  Also 
ENR annually publishes a list of design firms working 
internationally by country.

Buenos Aires is a wonderful place to visit and trip to 
Iguassu Falls is without equal.  Good luck!

Ed Dean
edean(--nospam--at) -or-

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Our structural engineering firm has an opportunity to do 
some work down in
Argentina.  Is anyone familar with the VISA requirements 
in Argentina?  Is
anyone familar with the Structural Engineering 
registration requirements in

Any suggestions or direction would be appreciated.

Kim Hicks
The McSherry Group, Inc.

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