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All you need to know about RENURE.

Updated: a day ago



Through provision N° 56.647/05 and its subsequent amendment N° 54.168/08, the National Directorate of Migrations (DNM) created and regulated the operation of the Single National Registry of Requirements for Foreigners (RENURE).


The RENURE is a registration entity in charge of receiving all the predisposed documentation, in order for a natural or legal person to enter a foreigner to work for it/her/him either in a remunerated way or not. It was created in order to grant speed and security to the procedures related to the foreign to enter the country, requested by the applicants.

Registration is necessary every time a natural or legal person, invoking a right or self-interest, requires the hiring of a foreign person's labor force in accordance with Argentine labor and immigration legislation. The applicant is responsible for the legal permanence of the required and the exit of him/her for the lack of legal permanence.


When the inscription is requested by a natural person its essential requirements are a written request that must be presented at the DNM. Accredit identity, through the NDI and the effective place of residence inside the Republic, through a certificate issued by the competent authority. In turn, the Criminal Record Certificate must be presented, among other documents.


On the other hand, when requested by a legal person, the steps to be followed are the presentation of a written application for registration at the DNM detailing in the 1st paragraph the application for registration of the company and in the 2nd paragraph the registered legal and constituted the seat of the company, must be declared within the radius of the seat of the Headquarters or the intervening Delegation. Then accredit the legal status with the corresponding registration before the competent authority, among other series of requirements.

On the other hand, when requested by a legal person, the steps to be followed are the presentation of a written application for registration at the DNM detailing in the 1st paragraph the application for registration of the company and in the 2nd paragraph the registered legal and constituted the seat of the company, must be declared within the radius of the seat of the Headquarters or the intervening Delegation. Then accredit the legal status with the corresponding registration before the competent authority, among other series of requirements.


On the other hand, when requested by a legal person, the steps to be followed are the presentation of a written application for registration at the DNM detailing in the 1st paragraph the application for registration of the company and in the 2nd paragraph the registered legal and constituted seat of the company, must be declared within the radius of the seat of the Headquarters or the intervening Delegation. Then accredit the legal status with the corresponding registration before the competent authority, among other series of requirements.


It is important to know that rights and obligations arise for both the applicant and the NDM. The NDM has the power of inspection and control, and once all the documentation required by the regulations has been submitted, the NDM will proceed to register the applicant, assigning it/him/her a unique registration number in the aforementioned Registry. On the other hand, it is the applicant's obligation to notify SNRRF of any modification related to the required data, since there are peremptory deadlines for its submission. It is very important to comply with all the requirements since the provision lists a series of faults and penalties that can lead to temporary or definitive cancellations for those registered.

When the inscription is requested by a natural person its essential requirements are a written request that must be presented at the DNM. Accredit identity, through the NDI and the effective place of residence inside the Republic, through a certificate issued by the competent authority. In turn, the Criminal Record Certificate must be presented, among other documents.

Once the unique registration number is generalized, the applicant must only declare his registration number for the purposes of processing admission applications. Finally, the same must announce to the NDM the cessation of the relationship with the foreigner within a term of 15 (FIFTEEN) calendar days of production of the fact.

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