Guide to Submitting Your Retirement Request in Argentina

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What is it?

This service helps individuals in Argentina navigate the complexities of submitting a retirement request. It provides clear instructions, necessary forms, and guidance on obtaining all required documents to ensure a smooth and successful application process.

Who needs it?

This service is ideal for Argentine residents approaching retirement age who need to submit their retirement request, but are unsure of where to start or feel overwhelmed by the bureaucratic process. It is also beneficial for expatriates living in Argentina who plan to retire within the country.


  1. Gather all necessary personal and employment documentation.
  2. Request and complete the official retirement application form from ANSES (Administración Nacional de la Seguridad Social).
  3. Submit the completed form along with the required documentation to the nearest ANSES office.
  4. Attend any scheduled appointments or interviews requested by ANSES.
  5. Track the status of your application online at the official ANSES website.
  6. Receive confirmation of your approved retirement request and the start date of your benefits.

Required documents

  • Identification (ID) - Obtain at your local civil registry office.
  • Social Security Number - Verify through ANSES.
  • Employment history records - Collect from past employers.
  • Proof of residency - Utility bills or rental agreements.
  • Health and pension fund statements - Contact your health and pension funds for these documents.

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • Ensure all documents are translated into Spanish if they are in another language.
  • You may need to provide additional clarification or supplementary documents as requested by ANSES.
  • For assistance or queries, visit the official ANSES website or contact their help desk.
  • Keep copies of all submitted documents for your personal records.


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