Embassy of Portugal in Peru

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Visa

Tourism

 Trip to Portugal for a stay no longer than 90 days:

  1. Passport minimum validity
    The passport must have a three-month minimum validity at the end of the stay . For example, if you are planning to visit Europa and come back on the 31st of july,  the passport must be valid at least until the 31st of october of the same year (3 months minimum).

  2. Two-way tickets
    The dates should be less than 90 days apart and the ticket should state Perú as the country of origin.

  3. Letter of Invitation
    If you are visiting a friend or a relative using a Letter of Invitation,  make sure the Letter is registered by a Notary and is accompanied by a proof of residence. Make sure you reach the address listed on the Letter. 

  4. Financial requirements
    The person should have enough money for its stay in the form of cash, credit and debit cards, traveler's checks, among others.

  5. Other purposes for travelling
    The person should have documents justifying the purpose of its trip in case the reason is a specific event such as a conference or a meeting.

  6. Internacional Health Insurance

 

  1. Clean register
    The person cannot be considered a public threat or be listed in any "black list". 

 

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.

Verify with the consular section if the Embassy has received a letter sent by the University. – Without this letter we will not issue a visa.

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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