Effortless Social Security Registration in Argentina

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What is it?

The Social Security Registration in Argentina is a necessary process for all residents to access various social benefits, including healthcare, pensions, and family allowances. By completing this registration, individuals ensure their eligibility for these crucial services, supporting their financial and health security.

Who needs it?

Ideal customers for this service are Argentine residents, new immigrants, and expatriates who have begun residency in Argentina. This service is essential for employees, self-employed individuals, and business owners who need to comply with local regulations and secure access to social benefits for themselves and their dependents.


  1. Visit the official ANSES website (https://www.anses.gob.ar/ ) and create an account or log in if you already have one.
  2. Fill out the online registration form with your personal details, employment information, and contact details.
  3. Schedule an appointment at the nearest ANSES office through the website’s appointment scheduling system.
  4. Gather all required documents and attend your scheduled appointment at the ANSES office.
  5. Submit your documents for verification, and follow any additional instructions provided by ANSES staff.
  6. Wait for confirmation of your Social Security registration via email or the ANSES portal.

Required documents

  • Valid passport or DNI (Documento Nacional de Identidad)
  • Proof of residency (utility bill, rental agreement, etc.)
  • Employment verification (employment contract, recent pay stubs, or for self-employed, relevant business documents)
  • Current photo ID
  • Social Security number application form (available on the ANSES website)

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • Ensure your documents are up-to-date and certified copies where necessary.
  • Appointments at ANSES offices may be limited, so book as early as possible.
  • Document translations may be required for non-Spanish documents.
  • Keep a digital copy of all submitted documents for your records.
  • Visit the ANSES FAQ page for more detailed guidance (https://www.anses.gob.ar/consulta/faq )


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