Peru is a safe country in South America with a stable democracy and a solid economy. It is classified as upper middle income by the World Bank and is the 30th largest economy in the world by total GDP. Peru is one of the world’s fastest-growing economies with a GDP growth rate of 6.3% over the last three years.
Marhaba Corporation Panama (MCP) exclusively offers a new passport program and permanent residence for Peru.
As of June 2015, Peruvian nationals are now granted visa-free travel to the European Union, making its passport a very attractive option among citizenship programs. MCP is the only company that offers this solution. Peru has proven itself to be very welcoming to foreigners both for tourism and retirement purposes.
- Permanent residence granted in approximately one week, allowing visa-free travel to all Latin American countries including Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, and Colombia
- Full citizenship in approximately 30 months
- Visa-free travel to 90 countries, including European Schengen countries and major countries in Central America, North America, and Asia
- Wife, children and elderly parents also benefit
- Attractive destination for foreigners visiting or moving, with stunning scenery, many natural resources, and an interesting variety of entertainment and cultural options
Completing the Peruvian citizenship naturalization process requires three visits to Lima, the Peruvian capital, over a period of 30 months. On every visit to Peru, our Senior Consultants will assist the customer step by step through the entire process.
The first visit to Lima is to receive the residency card (Carnet de Extranjeria) and requires only ten (10) working days.
Residents can spend as little or as much time as desired in Peru during the 24-month residency period. During the course of this process, customers can use their Peruvian permanent residency card to travel visa-free elsewhere throughout Latin-America.
PROCESS & TIMELINES
Client signs Marhaba Panama (MP) Retainer Agreement to execute immigration proceedings in Peru.
Reference number obtained in Peruvian Consulate abroad to apply for a Work Visa
Work Visa issued
First week-long visit to Lima, Peru to obtain Permanent Residence with 24 months validity and to complete different migration appointments (criminal records verification, fingerprinting, etc.)
Expedition of Permanent Residency Certification (Carnét de Extranjeria)
Work assignment in Home Country, with possibility to travel visa-free to all Latin American countries
Second visit to Lima to apply for naturalization and take cultural exam. Approximate stay of 10 working days required.
Naturalization process in progress.
Third visit to Peru for naturalization certificate and citizenship ceremony. Passport issued.
Further minor fees such as Official Government Citizenship Application forms, Citizenship Certificates, and expedite passport fees are additional and subject to change, therefore prior verification with a MCP Senior Consultant is required.
Please note that the timelines are merely a guideline, as processing times may vary depending on each individual case and on government policy. Any delays are not the legal responsibility of MCP. The granting of citizenship is at the sole discretion of the Government of Peru.