What Type of Visa Can I Use to Teach English in Argentina?
How Can I Get a Work Visa to Teach English in Argentina? : Visas are an important part of planning your Buenos Aires TEFL Course, so you want to make sure you’re familiar with the process before you head abroad. The following is the most common type of visa that can be obtained for teaching English in Argentina.
The type of visa you will need to Teach English in Buenos Aires, Argentina (and how you get that visa) will depend on your nationality, and perhaps other factors. For Americans, it is OK to enter Argentina on a tourist capacity, take the TEFL Course and Teach English in Argentina. With the tourist visa, you will receive a stamp in your passport upon entry to Argentina that allows you to stay in the country for 90 days.Most commonly in Argentina, tourist visas are the norm for English Teacherstherefore teachers border hop so they can stay for an extended period of time. The standard visa procedure in these regions is teaching on a tourist visa while border hopping which basically means that you are crossing over a border to Uruguay, just across the river, to get a new visa.When you return to Argentina they will give you a new stamp which gives you another 90 days.Being on a tourist visa is no impediment to work as an English Teacher in Buenos Aires.
I think this is the best TEFL course in South America. I loved the atmosphere at the school. The staff was very pleasant, I loved our Professor. This course will definitely help me in my future as an English Teacher. Our professor was fantastic. She was totally engaged and genuinely interested in each one of the group´s development and understanding. She was very organized and well prepared. She totally knows what is she talking about, I could not have asked for anything more from her. Practice teaching was very useful. I enjoyed it and liked it a lot. Ashley Chase,USA
Work Visa to Teach English in Argentina
Once you enter Argentina on a tourist capacity and take our TEFL Course we will connect you with employers willing to offer you contracted work. This means they will help you get your work visa if your plan is to stay in Buenos Aires teaching English for the long term. Below you can find a model job posting from one of our employers offering contracted work positions.
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Carolina was an incredibly perceptive teacher and modeled the techniques she was teaching. She was prepared and it was easy to see she was looking ahead. She developed great rapport and managed the class through humor. Even though I have experience I learned aa lot about English and myself. The schedule was intense when teaching hours started but manageable. The teaching practices were useful because I will have a paid English job with two of the classes I practice taught and observed. It was important to try things with groups. Thank you very much. This is a great program and the job placement service is great. Olivia Nicole Scheidler, USA
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