Visas

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Visa exemption for Indian citizens

Starting March 27, 2017 nationals of the Republic of India, holders of valid ordinary passport, are exempted from the requirement of temporary visa (business or tourist category), provided that they meet at least one of the following conditions:

a) At the time of entry into Peru, the Indian national holds a visa with a validity of minimum six (6) months from any one or more of the following countries: Unites States of America, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia or any Schengen space country.

b) The Indian national holds permanent residence in any one of the following countries: United States of America, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia or any Schengen space country.

The maximum period of stay will be of up to one hundred and eighty (180) calendar days, whether continuous stay or various visits during the period of one year. The stay will be determined at the port of entry by the Immigration Officers.

TOURIST VISA REQUIREMENTS

  1. Passport with a minimum validity of six months after expected date of arrival to Peru.

  2. Photocopy of the front and back sides of passport

  3. Two DGC-005 forms duly typed or handwritten, in block letters and using black ink.

  4. Three recent coloured, passport-size photographs (4.3 X 3.5 cm) with white background. The face size should cover between 70% - 80% of the photograph.

  5. Cover letter duly signed by the applicant.

  6. If employed, the applicant must present a non-objection certificate furnished by the employer, indicating the date they joined the organization, as well as the purpose and the time of their stay in Peru.

  7. Round-trip ticket reservation to Peru.

  8. Day by day detailed itinerary while in Peru

  9. Hotel reservation(s) in Peru.

  10. Proof of financial solvency, e.g. bank statements, fixed deposits. These are required even if the trip is sponsored

  11. Personal Income Tax Return (ITR) of Form 16 (1 year), if applicable.

  12. In case of sponsored trips: 

    • Sponsor in Peru or India should present a guarantee letter attesting that he or she will be responsible to bear some or all costs of boarding and lodging of the applicant, or repatriation, if needed.

    • Valid identification document of the sponsor, e.g. Peruvian DNI, Aadhar card, Passport or any other valid national identification document

    • Proof of financial solvency of the sponsor, e.g. bank statements, fixed deposit.

 

BUSINESS VISA REQUIREMENTS

  1. Passport with a minimum validity of six months after expected date of arrival to Peru.

  2. Photocopy of the front and back sides of passport

  3. Two DGC-005 forms duly typed or handwritten, in block letters and using black ink.

  4. Three recent coloured, passport-size photographs (4.3 X 3.5 cm) with white background. The face size should cover between 70% - 80% of the photograph.

  5. Cover letter duly signed by the applicant.

  6. An apostilled invitation letter in English or Spanish from the business associate in Peru to be directly mailed at consular@embassyperuindia.in or faxed at +91-11-4616 3301.

  7. A formal letter from the company in which the person is employed, mentioning company profile and purpose of the travel of the applicant.

  8. A Letter from the recognized local chambers of commerce (FIEO, FICCI, APEDA, ASSOCHAM, PHD etc) confirming the company's registration details.

  9. Proof of registration of the company.

  10. Personal Bank Statement of the applicant (latest 3 months)

  11. Latest 1 year income tax receipt of the applicant.

  12. Salary slips, for the latest six months.

  13. Round-trip ticket reservation to Peru

  14. Hotel reservation(s) in Peru.

 

IMPORTANT NOTICES

  1. Visa applications can ONLY be submitted and processed at the Embassy of Peru in New Delhi.

  2. Documents sent through email or courrier will not be processed.

  3. If an application is presented by an agent, it will only be processed once the original file is submitted to the Embassy, not from the date of submission to the agency

  4. In addition to the abovementioned documents, nationals of Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka are required to furnish a police clearance certificate. The Embassy of Peru in Turkey now handles the applications from Iranian citizens.

  5. Time of tourist and business visa processing for Indian nationals inormally ranges within 4-5 working days. Non-Indian nationals' applications may take around 10 working days to be processed.

  6. Once an application is submitted, the Consular Section of the Embassy of Peru reserves its right to require an interview or additional documents.

  7. Peru does not require travellers to hold a valid yellow fever certificate

  8. Other visa categories which fall under the competency of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs require additional clearance from headquarters in Lima, Peru.

  9. Resident visas which fall under the competency of the Superintendency for Migrations (MIGRACIONES), need to follow a separate process in Lima, Peru.

Visítenos

D-2/5, Vasant Vihar

110057, New Delhi

Llámenos

T: +91-11-46163333

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