I want to go to argentina to get married to an argentinian (I live in the UK and am a british citizen), but I want to stay there for maybe 2 years before getting married as it would make things alot easier. I know I can stay there for 90 days without getting a visa and then I have to either leave or get it renewed at immigration. Is it possible for me to stay in the country for 2 years by renewing the 90 days, then going back to england and then returning to re set the 90 days again, and keep doing that for 2 years? Or, could I overstay those 90 days by 2 years (and be an illegal), return to england (because I heard all you get is a fine and nothing more), then come back again so I am legally staying there once more, and then get married? Are there any risks to this, because from what I heard on forums like these and general research from the internet is, it doesnt matter if you overstay the required time because all you get is a fine, whether its days or years, apparently. Obviously I want to know if thats true, as I dont want to do something risky and would much prefer staying legal.
I would love to hear your experiences with overstaying or renewing and I also would like to know if leaving the country and returning to england lets you come back to argentina for another 90 days and another renewal at immigration straight away.
Thank you and any info is a great help, I know its a rather complicated question lol.