Consulate of Peru in New Delhi, Delhi

Phone Number:
011 4616 3308

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Website:
http://www.consulado.pe/es/nuevadelhi/tramite/Paginas/Tramite.aspx
  • Website translation available in: English and Spanish

2/5 Vasant Marg, New Delhi, Delhi-110057, India

Open Hours:

SunClosed
Mon9:00 AM 5:00 PM
Tue9:00 AM 5:00 PM
Wed9:00 AM 5:00 PM
Thu9:00 AM 5:00 PM
Fri9:00 AM 5:00 PM
SatClosed

Services:

  • Visas
  • Passports

Official Documents:

Tourist Visa Price:

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Peru Consulate
Apr 29, 2022

Greetings from the Embassy of Peru in India In reference to your email, we would like to inform you that apart from visa, you need to have the full vaccination certificate again COVID-19. Yes, Indian vaccines are accepted. Regards [image: Consular Signature.jpeg] On Fri, 29 Apr 2022 at 16:33, Shirley Harris < Shirley@embassy.mail.atlasvisa.co> wrote: > Hello, I am an Indian citizen with a valid passport. I am planning on > visiting Peru next month. Due to COVID-19, is there any new requirement > that I should know of? Are Indian vaccines accepted? >

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Peru Consulate
Mar 30, 2022

> [image: Image] > > [image: Image] > > *Thank you for your interest in visiting Peru* > > > > *Check if you can travel to Peru at this time:* > > Travel restrictions are being updated regularly. It is possible that you > may not be eligible to travel even if you hold a Peruvian visa or if you > are exempt from the visa requirement. To check if you are eligible for > travel please visit our visa portal at our Consular Section webpage and > follow us on Facebook, where we publish the most up-to-date information on > travel requirements. Passengers should also check with their airlines if > they are able to board before starting or booking a trip. > *CONSULAR SECTION WEBPAGE* > <http://www.consulado.pe/es/nuevadelhi/tramite/Paginas/visas.aspx> > > *Do you need a visa to travel to Peru?* > > Since March 27th, 2017, nationals of the Republic of India, holders of > valid ordinary passport, are exempted from the requirement of business or > tourist visas, provided that they meet at least one of the following > conditions: > > 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: United States of America, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia or > any Schengen space country. > > 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. > > > > Holders of Indian diplomatic, official or special passports do not require > a visa to enter Peru. > > > > Applicants from Nepal, Sri Lanka and the Maldives do require visas to > enter Peru. > > > > For all other applicants please consult the link below: > *CHECK IF YOU NEED A VISA* > <http://www.consulado.pe/Documents/visas/Requerimientos_de_visa_para_ciudadanos_extranjeros.pdf> > > *How do I apply for a Peruvian visa?* > > To initiate the process, you must first gather the required documents for > your visa category. For tourist and business visas, you may find our > requirements on our webpage. Follow the instructions given and submit your > visa application at the Consular Section. Download DGC-005 visa form from *DOWNLOAD > HERE <http://consular.embassyperuindia.in/dgc005>* and submit it to our > mail. Then print and sign it to present it with the other required > documents. > *CHECK VISA REQUIREMENTS* > <http://www.consulado.pe/es/nuevadelhi/tramite/Paginas/visas.aspx> > > For resident visas (e.g. Family Visa, Work Visa, Religious Visa), you must > contact the National Superintendency for Migrations ( > informes@migraciones.gob.pe) to initiate the process. You may need to > visit the Consular Section to be issued a power of attorney so that your > employer, congregation or inviting family member may process your visa in > Peru. > > If your resident visa is pre-approved, the Consular Section will contact > you to guide you in the next steps of your application. > > > > Please note that the application process starts upon submission of your > visa file to the Consular Section, which will be acknowledged by email. We > may need to contact you if we require additional documents. > > > > *SUBMISSION OF ALL REQUESTED DOCUMENTS DOES NOT GUARANTEE THE ISSUANCE OF > A VISA.* > > Sincerely, > > > > > > *Consular Section of the Embassy of Peru in India* > > > > D-2/5, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi, 110057 > > Website: http://www.consulado.pe/es/nuevadelhi/Paginas/Inicio.aspx > > Email: consular@embassyperuindia.in > [image: Facebook] <https://www.facebook.com/EmbassyPeruinIndia> [image: > Twitter] <https://twitter.com/embaperuindia> [image: Instagram] > <https://www.instagram.com/embaperuinindia/> > > On Wed, 30 Mar 2022 at 12:32, Helen Johnson <Helen@embassy.mail.atlasvisa.co> wrote: > I am an Indian citizen with a valid passport. Do I need a visa to go on a > trip to Peru for 30 days? >

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Peru Consulate
Jun 15, 2022

Dear Sir Greetings from the Embassy of Peru in India Please note that the passengers arriving in Peru , regardless of their country of origin, must prove that they have completed the dose of vaccine against COVID-19, fourteen (14) days before boarding at their point of origin; failing that, a negative molecular test can be submitted with a result date of no more than 72 hours before boarding at its point of origin. Children less than twelve years old only need to be asymptomatic to board. Those people who show symptoms when entering the national territory enter mandatory isolation, according to the regulations on the matter. Regarding the vaccination, this is to mention that no specific vaccine has been mentioned by the authorities, means all vaccines are accepted. Also fill the health declaration form available on the below given link. https://e-notificacion.migraciones.gob.pe/dj-salud/ Regards [image: Consular Signature.jpeg] On Wed, 15 Jun 2022 at 02:45, Brandon Torres < Brandon@embassy.mail.atlasvisa.co> wrote: > Hello, I am an Indian citizen with a valid passport. I am planning on > visiting Peru next month. Due to COVID-19, is there any new requirement > that I should know of? Are Indian vaccines accepted? >

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Peru Consulate
May 13, 2022

[image: Image] > > [image: Image] > > *Thank you for your interest in visiting Peru* > > > > *Check if you can travel to Peru at this time:* > > Travel restrictions are being updated regularly. It is possible that you > may not be eligible to travel even if you hold a Peruvian visa or if you > are exempt from the visa requirement. To check if you are eligible for > travel please visit our visa portal at our Consular Section webpage and > follow us on Facebook, where we publish the most up-to-date information on > travel requirements. Passengers should also check with their airlines if > they are able to board before starting or booking a trip. > *CONSULAR SECTION WEBPAGE* > <http://www.consulado.pe/es/nuevadelhi/tramite/Paginas/visas.aspx> > > *Do you need a visa to travel to Peru?* > > Since March 27th, 2017, nationals of the Republic of India, holders of > valid ordinary passport, are exempted from the requirement of business or > tourist visas, provided that they meet at least one of the following > conditions: > > 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: United States of America, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia or > any Schengen space country. > > 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. > > > > Holders of Indian diplomatic, official or special passports do not require > a visa to enter Peru. > > > > Applicants from Nepal, Sri Lanka and the Maldives do require visas to > enter Peru. > > > > For all other applicants please consult the link below: > *CHECK IF YOU NEED A VISA* > <http://www.consulado.pe/Documents/visas/Requerimientos_de_visa_para_ciudadanos_extranjeros.pdf> > > *How do I apply for a Peruvian visa?* > > To initiate the process, you must first gather the required documents for > your visa category. For tourist and business visas, you may find our > requirements on our webpage. Follow the instructions given and submit your > visa application at the Consular Section. Download DGC-005 visa form from *DOWNLOAD > HERE <http://consular.embassyperuindia.in/dgc005>* and submit it to our > mail. Then print and sign it to present it with the other required > documents. > *CHECK VISA REQUIREMENTS* > <http://www.consulado.pe/es/nuevadelhi/tramite/Paginas/visas.aspx> > > For resident visas (e.g. Family Visa, Work Visa, Religious Visa), you must > contact the National Superintendency for Migrations ( > informes@migraciones.gob.pe) to initiate the process. You may need to > visit the Consular Section to be issued a power of attorney so that your > employer, congregation or inviting family member may process your visa in > Peru. > > If your resident visa is pre-approved, the Consular Section will contact > you to guide you in the next steps of your application. > > > > Please note that the application process starts upon submission of your > visa file to the Consular Section, which will be acknowledged by email. We > may need to contact you if we require additional documents. > > > > *SUBMISSION OF ALL REQUESTED DOCUMENTS DOES NOT GUARANTEE THE ISSUANCE OF > A VISA.* > > Sincerely, > > > > > > *Consular Section of the Embassy of Peru in India* > > > > D-2/5, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi, 110057 > > Website: http://www.consulado.pe/es/nuevadelhi/Paginas/Inicio.aspx > > Email: consular@embassyperuindia.in > [image: Facebook] <https://www.facebook.com/EmbassyPeruinIndia> [image: > Twitter] <https://twitter.com/embaperuindia> [image: Instagram] > <https://www.instagram.com/embaperuinindia/> > > > On Fri, 13 May 2022 at 13:48, Patrick White < Patrick@embassy.mail.atlasvisa.co> wrote: > Hey! I am an Indian citizen. What are the tourist visa requirements to > visit Peru? How do i get a tourist visa? >

Jurisdiction of the Consulate of Peru in New Delhi, Delhi

Before you make an appointment with this embassy, make sure that your region is in this embassy's jurisdiction. Not all regions can process paperwork at this embassy. If your region is not included, please visit the other Peru embassy locations.

  • Andaman and Nicobar (AN)
  • Andhra Pradesh (AP)
  • Arunachal Pradesh (AR)
  • Assam (AS)
  • Bihar (BR)
  • Chandigarh (CH)
  • Chhattisgarh (CT)
  • Delhi (DL)
  • Goa (GA)
  • Gujarat (GJ)
  • Haryana (HR)
  • Himachal Pradesh (HP)
  • Jammu and Kashmir (JK)
  • Jharkhand (JH)
  • Karnataka (KA)
  • Kerala (KL)
  • Madhya Pradesh (MP)
  • Maharashtra (MH)
  • Manipur (MN)
  • Meghalaya (ML)
  • Mizoram (MZ)
  • Nagaland (NL)
  • Orissa (OR)
  • Puducherry (PY)
  • Punjab (PB)
  • Rajasthan (RJ)
  • Sikkim (SK)
  • Tamil Nadu (TN)
  • Tripura (TR)
  • Uttar Pradesh (UP)
  • Uttaranchal (UT)
  • West Bengal (WB)
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