After living in Argentina for 16 years, I get frequent requests for advice on the logistics of traveling or relocating to Argentina or for ‘on the ground’ information from professionals and news organizations.
During the European migrant crisis, people began contacting me seeking information in their quest to escape war and relocate to the peaceful country of Argentina.
I helped people on a pro-bono basis and since that time refugee requests have morphed into, ‘How can I move to Argentina?’ queries from unsettled Americans seeking to leave the U.S.
Argentina Travel & Relocation Resources
If you’ve landed here because you are interested in moving or traveling to Argentina or need other specific information related to the land of Malbec, steak, and fútbol you’ve come to the right place.
Feel free to peruse the free travel information I’ve made available on Wander-Argentina.com.
Those interested in relocating to Argentina may want to read articles such as Living in Argentina or check out Wander-Argentina.org for more in-depth information about working or studying in Argentina.
If you need more personalized, logistical details related to Argentina, I will be happy to make time to talk to you.
People who have reached out to me previously include:
• A parent wondering if it’s a good idea to send their child to study abroad for a year in Argentina
• A father considering relocating his young family from California to Argentina
• A journalist seeking specific details about an upcoming even they were covering who needed a local and a Spanish speaker to contact organizers
• A travel writer who wanted me to review their Argentina article
• A Bangladeshi citizen living in the U.K. interested in moving to Argentina and wondering the feasibility of starting a small business here
Why You Should Book a Consultation?
Sometimes the most important things to know are things you don’t even know you need to know. Argentina’s wacky currency situation is a prime example. I have met countless travelers and ‘digital nomads’ who spent twice as much money as they needed to while visiting the country simply because they didn’t know about Argentina’s parallel currency hijinx (referred to as the ‘Blue Dollar’) beforehand.
Moving to Argentina on my own involved learning Arentina’s particular brand of Spanish, doing my own residency paperwork, buying property and starting a business here. Smart people could save a lot of time by not doing things by trial and error like I did.
I am glad to share information that will help you avoid headaches, save gobs of money and have a smoother transition to your new life overseas.
In the years since I arrived, I’ve traveled much of the country and have compiled relevant information and a digital Rolodex full of local professional contacts, including lawyers and real estate agents.
To request specific travel information or discuss your possible transition to life in Argentina, please send me a message.
If we’ve already talked or you want to book straight away, please make your payment below. Once your payment is complete, I’ll be in touch shortly to schedule an in-person meeting or online conference at a time that’s convenient for you.