Foreign nationals wishing to visit Peru and require a visa, according to their country of origin
, may apply for a Tourist visa if they have recreational or similar purposes. This migratory status does not admit the purpose of immigration, permanent residence or development of remunerated activities.
- Passport with a minimum validity of six months after expected date of arrival to Peru.
- Photocopy of the front and back sides of passport.
- Two (DGC 005) forms duly typed or handwritten, in block letters and using black ink.
- 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.
- Cover letter duly signed by the applicant.
- 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
- Round-trip ticket reservation to Peru.
- Day by day detailed itinerary while in Peru.
- Hotel reservation(s) in Peru.
- Proof of financial solvency, e.g. bank statements, fixed deposits. These are required even if the
trip is sponsored.
- Personal Income Tax Return (ITR) of Form 16 (1 year), if applicable.
- 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.
|2250 Indian rupees (INR) in cash|
- The submission of the visa application and supporting documents does not guarantee automatic issuance of a visa. Each application is assessed individually by the Peruvian Consul.
- Visa applications can ONLY be submitted and processed at the Embassy of Peru in New Delhi.
- Documents sent through email or courrier will not be processed.
- 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.
- In addition to the abovementioned documents, nationals of Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka
are required to furnish a police clearance certificate.
- 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.
- Once an application is submitted, the Consular Section of the Embassy of Peru reserves its right to require an interview and additional documents.
- Peru does not require travellers to hold a valid yellow fever certificate.
- Other visa categories which fall under the competency of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs require additional clearance from headquarters in Lima, Peru.
- Visas issued by the Peruvian government are valid for six (06) months, counted from the date they were issued. Once this term expires, if a visa has not been used by its holder, it automatically expires.
- Upon the first entry of the visa holder to Peru, visas will have the same validity as the period of permanence shown in the endorsement.