Visas

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DIPLOMATIC, SPECIAL, OFFICIAL, SERVICE AND UNITED NATIONS LAISSEZ PASSER PASSPORTS HOLDERS

All foreign nationals holding a diplomatic, special, official, service and United Nations Laissez-Passer passport may enter and stay in Peru without a visa for a period of stay not exceeding ninety (90) days, which can be extended from the date of admission.

ORDINARY PASSPORTS:

Citizens of the following countries, holders of an ordinary passport, DO NOT REQUIRE A TOURIST VISA when travelling as a tourist to PERU and are allowed to stay in Peru for up to 183 days.

Antigua and Barbuda.

Andorra

Argentina.

Australia

Austria.

Bahamas.

Barbados.

Belize.

Belgium

Benelux.

Canadá

Belarus.

Bolivia.

Brazil.

Brunei.

Darussalam.

Bulgaria.

Chile.

Colombia.

Cyprus

Croatia

Czech Republic.

Denmark.

Dominica.

Ecuador.

Estonia

Fiji

Finland.

France.

Greece.

Germany

Grenada.

Guyana.

Honduras.

Hungary

Indonesia.

Ireland

Israel.

Italy.

Jamaica.

Japan

Kiribati

Kingdon of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Liechtenstein

Lithuania

Letonia

Luxemburg

Macedonia.

Malaysia.

Malta.

Marshall Islands

Mexico.

Micronesia

Monaco

Montenegro

Nauru

New Zeland

Netherlands

Norway

Palau

Papua New Guinea

Panama.

Paraguay.

Philippines.

Poland.

Portugal.

Republic of Korea.

Republic of Moldova.

Romania.

Russian Federation.

Samoa

San Marino

Salomon Islands

Saint Kitts and Nevis.

Saint Vincent

And the Grenadines.

Saint Lucia.

Serbia

Singapore.

Slovakia.

Slovenia.

South Africa

Spain.

Suriname.

Sweden. Switzerland.

Thailand.

Trinidad and Tobago.

Tonga

Tuvalu

Turkey.

Ukraine.

United States of America

Uruguay.

Uzbekistan

Vanuatu

Venezuela

All other foreign nationals holding an ordinary passport need a visa to enter Peru. Please bear in mind the following consideration:

A. A visa must be requested at the Peruvian Embassy or Consulate in their country of origin. Visit our Peruvian Embassy or Consulate web site directory to locate the Peruvian Embassy or Consulate nearest you at:

The following documents must be submitted along with an application to request a visa:

  • The DGC-5 Visa application form is available at the following link: www.rree.gob.pe/Documents/DGC005.doc
  • A current passport valid for at least six months;
  • A recent photograph; and
  • A letter confirming registration as a COP-20 participant.

B. Participants from countries where the Government of Peru does not have a diplomatic missions or a consular office must apply for a visa at the nearest Peruvian Embassy or Consulate in the transit country. To do this, participants must submit the following documents:

  • The DGC-5 Visa application form is available at the following link: www.rree.gob.pe/Documents/DGC005.doc
  • A current passport valid for at least six months;
  • A recent photograph; and
  • A letter confirming registration as a COP-20 participant.

C. Participants from countries where the Government of Peru does not have a diplomatic missions or a consular office, or countries where they may find themselves in transit, may request a visa through the Computerized System for the Issuance of Official e-Visas, which can be accesses via the web link: http://cop20.rree.gob.pe/

Participants in that system must attach the following documents to the system:

  • Current passport valid for at least six months. (only attach main personal data page of the passport)
  • One current photograph
  • Registration confirmation letter for COP20 participants. This document is indispensable for the issuance of electronic visas.

Upon verification of compliance with the visa requirements, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Peru shall issue an official electronic visa so that they can board commercial airlines and enter the country without restrictions. This process is done in coordination with the National Migration Superintendence and International Air Transport Association (IATA).

Visas to be issued in accordance with the requirements set out in A, B and C above allow a [maximum] stay of ninety (90) days in the national territory of Peru.

For more information about visas to Peru, visit the following email address: visasCOP20@rree.gob.pe

Emergency phone number for visa information: (+51) 996-374-514 – RPM: #996-374-514