Блог «Роды в Аргентине»

Top 6 questions about giving birth in Argentina

Do I need a visa to come to Argentina?

No, the citizens of Belarus and Russia do not need a visa to Argentina. You can freely stay in the country for up to 90 days, but, if necessary, we will help to extend this period by another 90 days.

Can my husband be present at the birth?

Of course, he can! In Argentina, namely partner childbirths are generally accepted. Beyond that, guided by the concern for our clients, we work only with private hospitals, where the husband can be with you at any time, not only during childbirth but also after it.

Can I choose not only a clinic but also a specific doctor?

Yes, upon arrival, we will organize a tour of the best hospitals in Buenos Aires so that you can choose the perfect one for you. In addition to the hospital, you can also conclude a contract for childbirth with a specific doctor and his team.

When will the baby be eligible for Argentinian citizenship after birth?

Right away! Already after discharge from the hospital, our team will process all the necessary documents for the baby: birth certificate, DNI, and Argentinian passport.

How late in pregnancy should I arrive for childbirth?

We advise you to arrive between 30 and 32 weeks. Here it is important to focus not only on your well-being but also on the rules of the airlines. Most of them allow expectant mothers on board for up to 36 weeks (for singleton pregnancies). Please note that you will need to provide a certificate from a gynecologist.

Will I be able to communicate with doctors without knowing Spanish?

Yes, you will be accompanied by a professional medical interpreter from our team before and during childbirth. Therefore, you do not have to worry about not knowing the language.