Every Argentine citizen over 16 years old residing abroad has the obligation to get his/her address changed in his/her DNI.
The change of address brings about the issuance of a new DNI and entitles the Argentine citizen to exercise their right to vote in national elections from abroad.
Those who have not registered his/her residence abroad in the DNI cannot vote unless they are in Argentina.
Argentine citizens living in Sweden whose current address in Sweden was not yet registered in the DNI must apply for change of address at the Argentine Embassy in Sweden.
Fee: amount in SEK equivalent to USD 15 at the exchange rate valid on the processing day. The exact amount in SEK will be informed at the Embassy. Exception: It is free when it is processed together with another DNI procedure.
Estimated duration of the consular appointment: maximum 30 minutes.
1° | Request an appointment by email to firstname.lastname@example.org informing your name and surname, date of birth, DNI number, year in which your last DNI was issued and -if you wish- preference of days for the appointment.
2° | Wait for the appointment assignment by the Embassy, which you will receive by email within 2 business days after the appointment request.
3° | Attend the appointment bringing the required documentation for the procedure. If you are under 14 years old, you must be accompanied by one or both of your parents.
1 | Current Argentine DNI.
2 | Under 14 years old: Argentine DNI (or passport, if not Argentine) of the accompanying parent and Argentine birth certificate of the DNI applicant.
3 | Under 14 years old: Argentine birth certificate of the applicant.
If the accompanying parent has a DNI libreta (passbook ID) which does not have blue cover, he or she must apply for the replacement of the DNI libreta for the DNI card during the same appointment.