I am thinking of relocating to Argentina in the next few years and in addition to the culture and wanting to improve my Spanish, am quite drawn by the fact that it only takes two years to become a citizen.
I wanted to ask what the tax implications of becoming an Argentine citizen are. My main question is: if I leave Argentina after becoming a citizen and return to my country of origin (UK), will I still have to pay tax or file a tax return? Basically, I just want to check it's not like the USA where if you are citizen you still have to file a tax return no matter where you are in the world.
Also, how easy is it to become a citizen? I know the requirement is just two years of legal residency (i.e. with a work permit etc) and I figure about a year for all the admin? Or is it quite tricky to jump through all the administrative hoops?
I would appreciate any experiences you have to share.