Longer-term studies (more than 90 days): can enter as “tourists”, but must bring their passport and proof of clear criminal record, to adjust their immigration status while in Argentina.
Within 30 days of enrollment, applicants must submit to the Dirección Nacional de Migraciones the following documents:
Official letter of admission/enrollment from recognized school/educational institution in Argentina
Student exchange program certified by the organizing educational institution in Argentina (if applicable)
A clear criminal record certificate from each country/city the applicant has resided in during the last 5 years (for applicants who are 16 years of age or older only; other exceptions may apply): must be legalized with the Hague Convention “Apostille”, or authenticated by the Argentine consulate abroad
Parental consent to travel and to live as well as designating a legal guardian in Argentina (for applicants who are minors in their country of origin only): must be legalized with the Hague Convention “Apostille”, or authenticated by the Argentine consulate abroad
Birth certificate (for applicants enrolled in a course of studies aiming at obtaining a high school or a university degree only): must be legalized with the Hague Convention “Apostille”, or authenticated by the Argentine consulate abroad
Immigration fee (if applicable).
Important: The above information is for orientative purposes only. Requirements may vary according to the applicant’s citizenship, length of studies and nature of the course. It is the responsibility of the Argentine host school/educational institution to provide prospective students with detailed information regarding the visa requirements of their specific situation and to assist them in adjusting their status upon arrival in Argentina. To avoid inconveniences, travelers are strongly advised to contact the Argentine school/educational institution well before making any travel plans.