So I've booked a round-trip ticket with Latam, from the US to Argentina. Thing is, I purposefully booked the return ticket ( Argentina-US) %100 refundable whereas the flight US-Argentina is 30% refundable. The reason for that is my grandfather is sick and he's already been sent home as there's not much the doctors can do to help. I just want to spend time with him and my family in this difficult time, maybe a month or two, depending on how things go even longer. But I didn't want to have a set date, I wanted more flexibility and that's why I bought the return ticket 100% refundable. However I came across this on my ticket this morning: "No refund permitted after the first flight on your itinerary departs". Are they referring to my flight into Argentina? Or the first flight on the return itinerary (Argentina-US)? I'm very confused now, what's the point of it being refundable if I don't have the flexibility I need at the moment?
Edits: To make it clear Los Angeles - Buenos Aires March 23 30% refund Burnos aires - Los Angeles April 22 100% refund