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When considering a move to a new city, there is nothing more useful than hearing real-life stories and experiences from other expats who are living there. We'd love to hear about your expat experiences. Please contact us if you live or have lived in Argentina and would like to share your story.
American expat Maggie moved to Buenos Aires with her Argentinian husband and three teenage sons. After many years in the country, Maggie has no regrets about making the move. She particularly appreciates the excellent and affordable healthcare in the city. Read more about her expat experiences in Buenos Aires.
|Amelia is a Canadian expat who has been living in Buenos Aires since 2011. Moving to Argentina on a whim meant she had to find a job to keep her there legally. She started her own company that offers workshops and photography tours in her beautiful host city. Learn more about Amelia's life in Buenos Aires.
Rebecca is a Danish expat living in Buenos Aires. After she decided her international undergraduate program with Spanish was not enough, she moved to Argentina to pursue a Master's Degree. Read more about her life as an expat in Buenos Aires.
|Deby is an American expat in Buenos Aires. After travelling multiple times back and forth for her love of tango, she eventually decided to make a permanent move to Argentina. Read more about her expat life in Buenos Aires.
Angelina Khoo is a Canadian expat in Buenos Aires. She loves the busy and unpredictable nature of life in the Argentinian capital. Read more about her expat experience in Buenos Aires.
Kevin is an American expat living in Buenos Aires. He spent a year in the city studying abroad and when he left he realised that his time in Buenos Aires wasn't over. He returned a year later and loves the chaotic charm that the city offers. Read about his expat experience in Buenos Aires.
Jorge Juarez is an Argentinian-born American who moved back to the country of his birth to find a better life. He now lives in Cordoba Capital and loves the combination of peaceful farm life and busy city life in Cordoba province. Read more about his experience in Cordoba.
Dan is an American chef living in Buenos Aires. He loves the European feel of the city but misses the variety of ethnic food available in the United States. Read more about his expat life in Argentina.
Vina is an American expat living in Buenos Aires. She moved there to become an English teacher and liked it so much she stayed! Vina loves the slow pace of the city and the passionate people in it. Read about her expat experience in Buenos Aires.
Murphy is an American expat living with his Argentine boyfriend in Buenos Aires. Having initially moved to the city to study, he has been living and working in Buenos Aires for the past six years. He loves the mix of Latin American charm and the European flair of the city, and the friendly nature of the Argentine people. Read more about his expat life in Argentina.
Lea Levy left the southern tip of Africa to set up shop in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Nearly a year into her ambitious endeavour she reports back on life in the South American capital and gives Expat Arrivals some insight into her company Connect-123, a project that looks to give students an experiential learning opportunity in exchange for volunteering their time. Read more about her unique experience of living in Buenos Aires.
Steve T, an American expat living in Argentina, finds life in pastoral Patagonia simple but rich. After eight years of extended visits, he finally bit the bullet and relocated permanently in 2011, and has since settled into a slower, more laid-back way of living. Read what he has to say about moving to South America.
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