Guide to Securely Filing Your Argentine Pension Request

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What is it?

This service aids individuals in Argentina in navigating the complex process of requesting pensions. It provides clarity on required documents, detailed procedures, and addresses common concerns to ensure a smooth application process for retirees.

Who needs it?

This service is ideal for Argentine residents nearing retirement age or those already retired who need assistance in applying for their pensions. It is also beneficial for family members or caretakers helping a loved one navigate the pension system.


  1. Visit the National Social Security Administration (ANSES) website or nearest office.
  2. Complete the pre-application form available online or at the office.
  3. Submit the Form PS.6.18 (Retirement Request), along with the required documents.
  4. Schedule an appointment with an ANSES representative for document verification.
  5. Await confirmation and follow up on the status of your application via ANSES communication channels.

Required documents

  • DNI (National Identity Document) - Obtain or update at Registro Nacional de las Personas ( .
  • Birth certificate - Request from your local civil registry.
  • Work history report - Available from AFIP (Administración Federal de Ingresos Públicos) ( .
  • Social Security number - Verify or request from ANSES ( .
  • Proof of contributions - Obtainable through employer statements or AFIP.

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • Ensure all documents are current and authentic to avoid delays.
  • Appointments with ANSES can be scheduled online to save time.
  • Individuals with disabilities or other special needs may request additional support from ANSES.
  • Keep copies of all submitted documents for your records.


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