Embassy of Portugal in Peru

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Visa

Travelling to Portugal

Entry requirements for Peruvian citizens going to Portugal as tourists:

- Passport valid for at least 3 months after your return;

- Return airplane ticket;

- Proof of adequate financial means for the duration of your stay;

- Term of Responsibility – in case you do not possess sufficient financial means, you may present a term of responsibility subscribed by a Portuguese national, or foreign national legally residing in Portugal. The acceptance of such a document depends on proof of financial means of its subscriber, who must accept responsibility for ensuring:

  • - The stay in national territory
  • - The costs of departure/repatriation, in case of illegal overstaying

You can find the term of responsibility HERE.

- Proof establishing the purpose of the trip – if it is considered necessary, the Portuguese authorities may request that you present all documentation that may prove the purpose of the trip, for example, hotel bookings, invitation for a meeting, tickets for a show, participation in a fair, etc.

- Medical travel insurance.

 

Study

  1. Two duly filled and signed forms;

  2. Valid travel document (must have a minimum 6-month validity after the validity of the visa and less than 10 years after issuance);

  3. Two recent photos with a white background (35mm×45mm);

  4. Plain ticket booked through an IATA travel agency or airline for a date that no longer than one month after your meeting at the Embassy; - Reservation is fine, no need to pay for the ticket.

  5. Proof of residence - In case it is not provided by the University, you will have to present a renting contract.

  6. Proof of financial solvency (bank statement, letter from employer,...);

  7. For those who are not legally independent, they will need authorization from the person who is the legal guardian. The presence of such a person is highly recommended;

  8. Criminal record translated and approved by the "Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores" or by the country where you have been living for more than a year.

  9. Passport photocopy approved by the "Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores".

  10. Travel insurance for Europe bought at a IATA travel agency is mandatory.

  11. If you are a businessman, present the company´s register and the pays to SUNAT and SUNARP.

Los documentos deben ser presentados en original y fotocopia en dos folders tipo Manila.

The visas are not free and should be payed at the Embassy.

List of translators - Translations by the translators on this list do not require certification.

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Work

  1. 2  Two duly filled and signed forms;

  2. Valid travel document (must have a minimum 6-month validity after the validity of the visa and less than 10 years after issuance);

  3. Two recent photos with a white background (35mm×45mm);

  4. Criminal record translated and approved;

  5. Approved photocopy of the passport;

  6. Bank statements from the previous six months;

  7. Copy of proof of studies suitable for the position you will be performing;

  8. Letter approved by a notary from the company, requesting a person for a job position, with a promise of a job contract;

  9. Approval by the IEFP – “Instituto do Emprego e Formação Profissional”;

  10. Declaration by the company stating where the workers will live and that it will take care of them;

  11. Request your visa at the Embassy;

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Religious

 

 

  1. Two duly filled and signed forms;

  2. Valid travel document (must have a minimum 6-month validity after the validity of the visa and less than 10 years after issuance);

  3. Two recent photos with a white background (35mm×45mm);

  4. Criminal record translated and approved;

  5. Approved photocopy of the passport;

  6. Bank statements from the previous six months;

  7. Letter approved by a notary from the church or temple, requesting a person that fits your description;

  8. Declaration by the church or temple stating where you will live and that it will take care of them;

  9. Request your visa at the Embassy;

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