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Argentine Visa Information

Visa Information for Students

What is a visa?

A visa is a passport stamp or document that authorizes the passport holder to enter a country for a specific purpose and particular period of time. Every country has different visa policies and arrangements with every other country. Different types of visas are available for different purposes; common types include tourist visas, student visas, or business visas. Different visas last for different durations of time. Visas are issued through the embassy or consulate of the appropriate host country. The process is extensive and it can take up to eight weeks (or more) to receive your visa. To avoid early expiration, the consulate will issue your visa no more than 90 days prior to your program's departure.

Do I need a visa?

Academic Year, Fall Only and Spring Only Programs:

  • If you are a U.S. passport holder, you must obtain an Argentinian Student Visa.
  • If you are a non-U.S. passport holder, you will most likely be required to obtain a visa before arrival in Argentina for all terms. Please contact our office prior to applying for more information.

Summer Programs:

  • If you are a U.S. passport holder, you do not need to obtain a visa.
  • If you are a non-U.S. passport holder, you will most likely be required to obtain a visa before arrival in Argentina for all terms. Please contact our office prior to applying for more information.

How do I obtain a visa?

Learn how to obtain a visa by attending the mandatory visa workshop for your term:

 

Spring Only 2022

Buenos Aires Academic Visa Workshop
Wednesday, September 15th, 8:30am - 10:00am

An invitation to a virtual workshop will be sent to all Spring 2022 Buenos Aires students.