The following resources are intended for students who plan to study away at NYU Buenos Aires for a semester or full academic year. Students participating in short-term programs should visit our Visa Short-Term Travel page for more information.
Have you been accepted to NYU Buenos Aires? Congratulations! Read on to find out how to get your visa for Buenos Aires. For information on study away details and living recommendations, contact the Office of Global Programs or go to the NYU Buenos Aires page.
All students attending NYU Buenos Aires must obtain a student visa, unless they are a citizen of Argentina. Your visa process will vary depending on your citizenship. OGS will contact you directly regarding your immigration path.
Please note: access to links below will be granted upon admission to the semester or academic year away.
If you do not have a passport or need to renew yours, use an expedited method to obtain it immediately. OGS will not be able to request the necessary immigration documents for you until you have a valid passport.
Complete the form with your personal information exactly as it appears on your passport.
You must request FBI Police Clearance, a police record from your home country (not required for U.S. citizens) and anywhere you have lived for more than 6 months in the last 3 years. All documents must have an Apostille.
OGS will contact each student with their immigration requirements. If you are applying for a visa before you depart for Argentina, please remain in touch with your advisor at OGS to ensure that you are completing the required steps. If you are applying for a visa after arrival, you will receive an email prior to departure detailing the in-country visa process.
PLEASE NOTE: If you have been admitted to study at an NYU site abroad and are in the process of changing your name, gender, or any biographical information on your passport, we encourage you to complete that process before applying for a visa. If timing will not allow for this, we recommend that you wait to formalize these changes until you have returned from your semester or academic year away. Please contact OGS if you have any questions.
If you are an F-1 student, to keep your F-1 status while abroad, you must:
If you are a J-1 student:
Are you an international student and want to study or travel outside the US for more than 5 months? Contact us.