Argentina - Diplomat
- Diplomats must hold an original Diplomatic Franchise obtained from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs by the Diplomatic Mission or the Foreign Organization where the owner will be employed.
- Diplomats must present a full copy of the passport stamped by the diplomatic organization or the official foreign organization where the owner of the goods is employed.
- Diplomats are permitted to import new or used motor vehicles with a Diplomatic Franchise issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs duty free. The owner should verify with their representation in Argentina that their personal status will permit import.
- Current original anti-rabies vaccination.
- Certificate of health issued at origin and stamped by the Argentine Consulate within 10 days of pets arriving into the country.
- Original AWB issued in the name of the owner of the pet.
- Pets arriving from Asia (except Japan) or Africa must obtain a special permit.
- Archeological or paleontological patrimony (fossils, human, remains, collections and sediment geological, etc.)
- Once admitted to the country, its export will not be permitted
Works of art and monuments of recent antiquity (authorization is required)
- Wood or items must be treated specifically for pests
- Weapons (must be declared and authorized by the Registro Nacional de Armas (RENAR)
- Alcoholic beverages (30 liters)
- Items considered commercial (determined through quantity, quality or type)
- Original paintings and works of art (specialized form is required; check with agent
- Items compromising public, animal, and agricultural health
- Organic products (soil, firewood, wood, animal parts, dried insects, etc.)
- Narcotics or illegal drugs
- Pornographic material of any kind
- Dangerous, toxic or flammable items
- Stolen or smuggled items
- Currency (actual or counterfeit)
- Spare parts or parts of any vehicle
- Items which contain an internal – combustion or outboard engines
- Items that are not considered as part of a move for Argentine Customs