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56 STAT.] ARGENTINA-PASSPORT VISA FEES-APR. 15, 1942 1581 [Translation] ARGENTINE REPUBLIO MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND WORSHIP D.O .A. BUENOS AIRES, April 15, 194S. MR. AMBASSADOR: I have the honor to address Your Excellency acknowledging receipt of your note no. 739 of this date relative to the agreement regarding passport visas between the Governments of Argentina and of the United States of America. In accordance with the agreement aforementioned, gratis visas will be granted by the Governments of Argentina and of the United States of America to the persons mentioned below, and the validity of these visas with respect to both countries will be for the period of one year and will cover any number of entries during the aforementioned period, beginning from the date of issuance of the visas, provided that the passport is valid during that period: a) the citizens of both republics who may temporarily visit the territory of the other for business, pleasure, or as tourists; b) the nationals of both countries who, being professors, may go to the other for the purpose of giving lectures, and professional and other persons who may seek temporary admission for professional purposes or purposes of study, provided that such nationals do not intend to remain for a consecutive period of more than one year; c) amateur sportsmen who are citizens of the two republics who may go to the other country to participate in athletic tourna- ments; d) the citizens of either of the two countries who may wish to pass in transit through the territory of the other country; e) the citizens of both countries who may wish to enter the territory of the other for the purposes of carrying on trade be- tween the two republics in pursuance of the provisions of the treaty of commerce and navigation. It is understood that these provisions apply also to the wives and unmarried children under 18 years of age of the persons afore- mentioned. It is further understood that married or unmarried women, as well as unmarried male persons up to 21 years of age, shall also benefit by the provisions stipulated, provided they come within the terms of this agreement independently of the category of husband, wife or relative.[1] The cases contemplated in this paragraph include, of course, only persons who are nationals and their wives or children who are bearers of or are included in passports of Argentina or of the United States of America. ' [Note from the American Ambassador to the Argentine Minister of Foreign Affairs and Worship reads "parent"; see p. 1579]