Obtaining a STUDENT VISA is the SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF EACH STUDENT.
Each student is responsible for obtaining his/her STUDENT VISA, and must process it within 30 days upon arrival. It has a MANDATORY character.
UBP provides advice to students on how to obtain it, after their arrival in the city of Cordoba, but is not responsible in any way for its obtainment.
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*Photocopy of the passport translated into Spanish and certified by Córdoba School of Translators may be requiered if the passport is not in spanish (Provided by UBP. -U$S 40 approx.)
* *Members of MERCOSUR are requested to bring a certificate of deficiency of criminal records in country of origin or countries in which residing for the last three (3) years. It must be legalized by the corresponding argentine consular representation, or with apostille (A document which has been certified with a conformant apostille is accepted for legal use in all the nations that have signed the Hague Convention).
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Students that REQUIRE A VISA TO ENTER TO ARGENTINA MUST contact their closer Argentine Embassy or Consular Section in their country of origin or residence for advice.
Also, the student should submit to the International Relations Center (firstname.lastname@example.org) the following documents in order to process their Entry Permit at the National Direction of Migrations:
– Name and surname, passport number, nationality and date of birth.
– Copy of a current valid passport
– Consulate where the student will apply for the VISA
Argentina Reciprocity Fee for U.S. and Canadian Citizens
To enter Argentina, citizens of the countries listed below must pay a “reciprocity fee”. The collection of this “reciprocity fee” is NOT A VISA, since Argentina does not require visas to citizens of those nations for tourism or business.
The Argentine government fixed this admission fee in an amount equal to that paid by Argentines applying for Visas to these countries:
U.S.: USD $ 160. – (Multiple entries for 10 years)
Canada: USD $ 75. – (One entry) or USD $ 150. – (Multiple entries for 5 years, from the first entry)
Australia: USD $ 100. – (Multiple entries for 1 year)
UBP recommends that students pay the fee before coming to Argentina on-line, by accessing this site: http://www.migraciones.gov.ar/accesible/templates/reciprocidad/reciprocidad.htm to avoid delays at the airport.