Embassy & Consulate of Peru in China
Embassy of the Republic of Peru in Beijing
Ambassador: H.E.Mr.Gonzalo Gutierrez
Address: 1-91, San Li Tun Diplomatic Building, Chaoyang District
Postal Code: 100600
Tel: (+86)10 6532 3719, 6532 2913, 6532 0774, 6532 2494, 6532 3477
Fax: (+86)10 6532 2178
E-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Commercial Counselor: Mr. Jorge Chian
Tel: (+86)10 6532 2976
Fax: (+86)10 6532 3952
No.1 Those who hold valid Diplomatic or Service passports are exempted from visa requirements for a visit to Peru.
No.2 Chinese citizens who are holders of valid passports for public affairs or ordinary passports can apply Temporary or Resident Visas. They refer to temporal ones issued to Tourists, Business visitors, Students, visitor for Employment, Transit passengers and to the air crew members, seamen and performers. Chinese citizens who hold temporary visas can stay for 90 days at most. The Resident Visas include types of Student, Employment, and Visa to the investors and Family Visitors. The holders of Resident Visas can stay there for one year at most.
No.3 Remember the valid period for Temporary and Resident Visas is six months since they are issued. Chinese citizens who hold Temporary or Resident Visas need to apply for extension if they intend to extend their stay.
No.1 Peru's laws against drugs are very strict and well enforced. Foreigners who break the law will not be repatriated to their countries. Instead, they will be brought to trial and sent in prison.
No.2 Those who carry firearms, explosives, chemicals and more than ten thousand dollars cash and enter the border without declaration will be punished severely according to its law.
No.3 To carry cultural relics or articles of historic values out of the country is prohibited. The violators will be fined heavily or taken into custody.
No.4 Those who intend to bring animal and plant samples out of the country need to get special permission from its National Institute of Natural Resources.
Please contact China Embassy in Peru if Peruvians will go to China.
Thank you in advance
You may need to apply for work visas for the employees.