Visa & Travel

All candidates upon grant of visa, shall book flights to the DULLES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (IAD) in Washington DC for receiving flight training in USA.
For candidates receiving flight training in Argentina, book flights to the BUENOS AIRES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (EZE) known as MINISTRO PISTARINI International Airport.

Supreme Aviation candidates upon receiving the enrollment documents, including the I-20, SEVIS receipt and others, please schedule the earliest available interview for a M1 Visa at the American Consulate nearest to you.’

You are requested to inform us about your visa interview date, so that we can provide you the best guidance and assistance via phone call or email conversation on how to appear for your visa interview.

As soon as your visa is approved, please inform us with the good news and let us know your travel itinerary so that we go ahead and proceed with your after arrival arrangements including your accommodation and TSA approval.

International Candidates wishing to receive flight training with Supreme Aviation should have a M1 visa.

To find information specific to your country or region, you may also go to the Web site of your nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate by clicking Locate a Consular Office.

For brief information on Studying in the US and the type of Visa you are eligible for visit Studying in the US.

For brief information on Student Visa and application procedures related to it visit Student Visa.

Foreign Students

Go to Education USA to get comprehensive information on all aspects of studying in the United States. There you'll find answers to questions like:

  • How can I study or conduct research in the U.S.?
  • How do I qualify for a student visa?
  • What kind of visa do I need?
  • How do I apply for a student visa?

Education USA is produced by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

A student visa is necessary to study in Argentina. According to the latest regulations, only a student who plans to stay in Argentina longer than six months must begin the student visa process prior to departing for Argentina. All students, whether studying in Argentina for one semester or a full academic year, must enter the country as tourists on a passport that is valid for at least 6 months beyond the last date of studies. Students will then switch to student visa status once in Argentina.

For information about entering Argentina as a tourist, call or visit the web site of the Argentine embassy or consulate in your country, go to and click on "Representaciones argentinas" in the column to the left. Scroll down to find your country.

However, because student visa requirements are constantly changing, it is very important that you contact the Argentine embassy or consulate in the jurisdiction of your home state or country to get the latest information.

Students who are going to study in Argentina (for any period longer than six months) must obtain a police report/certificate of good conduct prior to departing for Argentina. You will have to get the document translated by a certified translator after you arrive in Argentina.

To find a Designated Competent Authority that can issue an Apostille in your country, click here to visit the Hague Convention website. Scroll down and click on your country to find more information about who to contact in your country/state.

Once you arrive in Argentina, you will have to take some steps to obtain your student visa. These steps include applying for a local police record in Argentina and making an appointment to go to Immigrations and apply for change of visa to student visa.


Representative of Supreme Aviation shall arrange the appointment for you ahead of time. It is extremely important that you keep the appointment and arrive on time. You may also have to translate some documents into Spanish. Please note that some expenses will be involved in the visa process. Be prepared to cover any necessary costs.

When in Argentina, it is recommended that you carry a COPY of your passport identification page and visa page with you at all times.

Go to and for more information about Argentina and studying in Argentina.