What does the Immigrants to Argentina Search include?
This report includes a thorough search in the largest database of Immigrants to Buenos Aires, Argentina. You can search by Name and Last Name of a person, or just by Last Name. Cost is just US$ 12.63 or the equivalent in other currencies. You'll receive the report in your email address within 6 days.
The Immigrants database contains information on the arrival of passengers to the Port of Buenos Aires between the following years: 1882-1932, 1938-1945, 1947, 1948, 1949 (partially) y 1950. For the period 1933-1937 the information is less complete. Generally, the information available for a passenger is: Last Name, Name, Citizenship, Marital Status, Age at Arrival, Occupation, Religion, Port of Departure, Name of the Ship, Date of Arrival and in some cases, Relatives in the same voyage.
For a small additional fee, you can also get in paper the official ship passenger arrival record for the immigrant you are interested in. This arrival record is issued by the CEMLA - Center for Latin American Migration Studies, an entity not affiliated with Dateas.
If no relevant immigration record is found in the name of the person or last name searched, you can request, at no additional charge, a new Immigrants to Argentina Search on the person or family group you indicate us. Also, we will search the 1895 Argentinian National Census.
This is very valuable information when it comes to find out more about our family history and that is why a professional Genealogist will be in charge of the search and at your disposal for any inquiry.
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