How to get a “monotributo” and bank account in Argentina

If you’re looking to work as a legit local freelancer in Argentina so that you can provide companies and individuals with invoices for your services, you’ll need a taxpayer ID as a “monotributista” and a local bank account where they can send you payments.

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HOW TO GET YOUR MONOTRIBUTO

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Dating & Relationships When You Live Abroad Part 2: BUENOS AIRES

Oh those Porteños: spontaneous, clever, expressive, social, never boring, and sexy as hell with an accent straight from the heavens. But at what price? Chamuyo, histeriqueo, machismo, flakiness, lying, cheating, and drama. What you need to know about dating in Buenos Aires.

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HOW TO ENROLL IN A MASTER’S PROGRAM AT UBA

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A guide for expats: enrolling in a master’s program at UBA

Very often Buenos Aires expats ask me questions about doing a master’s degree here, so I’ve decided to share my experience. I’m also happy to help if anyone has any specific questions that aren’t answered here.

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UBA (Universidad de Buenos Aires) ranked #1 spanish-speaking university

UBAVERY proud of UBA for being recognized as the top spanish-speaking university in the world. While studying International Immigration Policy at UBA’s School of Psychology, my professors encouraged me to research Americans that had immigrated to Argentina, eventually leading to an in-depth thesis investigation and analysis…. eventually leading to the launch of this blog.

http://www.lanacion.com.ar/1719057-la-uba-quedo-primera-en-un-ranking-universitario-en-la-categoria-de-paises-hispanoparlantes

THE LINK BETWEEN AMERICANS LIVING IN BUENOS AIRES AND UNIVERSITY EDUCATION

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My favorite wine tastings in Buenos Aires

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I like to keep the information on this blog a bit light sometimes, so what better way to do that then to talk about wine! I have been to a few wine tastings in Buenos Aires (in the Palermo Soho area) over the years and here are a few of my favorites.

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Are long-term expats being refused entry into Argentina ?

The expat community is starting to worry…and they should. Seems like Argentina’s lax approach to north american immigration and long-term “tourism” is no longer the standard. It’s still early, and only a couple cases have been reported, but that fact is that a couple of north americans weren’t allowed into the country when they returned Ezeiza after visiting family in their home countries (U.S.A. and Canada). Here’s what the “rejection” notice looks like. You’ll notice the reason is listed as “pseudo turista”.

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What is going on?? 

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TOP 10 WORST THINGS ABOUT LIVING IN BUENOS AIRES


From my own perspective, an American that has been living in Buenos Aires for the past 6 years, as well as the opinions of the 27 Americans I interviewed for my master’s thesis on Americans living in Buenos Aires. P.S. Check out my Top 10 best here

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THE 10 WORST THINGS ABOUT LIVING IN BUENOS AIRES

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