Peru will require a valid visa and passport from Venezuelans to enter the country

Starting this Tuesday, July 2, Venezuelans who wish to enter Peru must present their current visa and passport, in accordance with new rules issued by the National Superintendence of Migration

The National Superintendency of Migration of Peru published Resolution No. 000177-2019-Migration, which establishes that to enter the territory, Venezuelans must present a valid passport and visa as of July 2.

The resolution, which annuls Resolution No. 000177-2019-Migrations of June 12, 2019, was published in the official newspaper El Peruano on Thursday, June 27 and applies to both the temporary immigration status and the resident immigration status of the Venezuelan citizens.

The regulations establish that “to request resident immigration status in its humanitarian version, Venezuelan citizens must present to the Immigration authorities their current ordinary passport and their current humanitarian visa, granted by a Peruvian consular office.”

The third article establishes a transitional measure according to which Venezuelan citizens with expired passports “may request a change in immigration status, provided that they have entered Peru before the entry into force of this resolution and remain in national territory, in addition to comply with the requirements and conditions inherent to each procedure.”



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