Long Term Visa and Work Prospects
I am writing with regards to the application of a long term visa to
Argentina, Buenos Aires.
It is my wish to study spanish, tango and philosophy in BA. However, I need some assistance with regards to a visa that
allows my long term stay in Argentina.
My plans are to study spanish in a private school for about a year, or
whatever period that will allow me to reach a proficient level for
studying philosophy in University of Buenos Aires (UBA). Then continue
to study philosophy in UBA for a further three years.
Most importantly, I would like to stay long term, for about three to
four years in Buenos Aires to learn Tango at the same time.
I plan to go to Buenos Aires in mid August 2006. So far I have
shortlisted a number of private schools, the common feedback from them
is that I need about four months of study to reach my desired spanish
Hence, most logically I would need a student visa for four months.
However, I am not certain if four months is enough to reach my desired
spanish level; there is no guarantee. In addition I would actually
like to stay in Buenos Aires for three to four years. Hence, a four
month student visa would actually not be enough.
I would like to enquire a possiblity and procedures of getting a long
term student visa, if not a long term tourist visa. Currently my
Singapore passport allows me a stay for up to 90 days.
I understand that there are many foreigners that have travelled to BA
and stayed there for a long time to learn about spanish or tango. I
would like to know how to go about doing that, and what kind of visa
do they have.
I'd also like to know the part time job prospects in BA.
22 jun 2006, 08:12 Anonymous
I am an Englishman living in BsAs......beware of the spanish schools and what they offer. A lot are commercial schools with their only desire to make money.
I also help people with long term visas and other legal matters.
If you want help please contact me at [email removed]
Anonymous 18 ago 2006, 03:25 - Denunciar