China Embassy in Peru
Visa Application Form of PRC
Ambassador: Ms. Huang Minhui
Address: Jr. Jose Granda 150, San Isidro, Lima 27, Peru
Tel: +51-1-4429458, 2220841, +51-1-99363368, 99274089 (Mobile Phone)
Office Hours: 09:00-13:00, 15:00-17:30, Monday-Friday (except holidays)
Address: Calle Carlos Porras Osores 419, San Isidro
Tel: +51-1-4429466, 4429458
For application: 09:00-12:00, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (except holidays)
For payment and collection: 16:00-17:00, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (except holidays)
Sections of Chinese Embassy in Peru
|Secretary to Ambassador||Tel: +51-1-2220841|
|Political Office||Tel: +51-1-2224446|
|Consular Office||Tel: +51-1-4429466|
|Cultural Office||Tel: +51-1-4420840|
|Economic & Commercial Office||Tel: +51-1-2615919, 4604676 |
|Defense Attaché Office||Tel: +51-1-4419651|
Please refer to How to Apply A Chinese Visa to get detailed requirements about application.
Regular Fee per Person
|Types||Peruvian Citizens||American Citizens|
|Single-Entry||USD 40||USD 140|
|Double-Entry||USD 60||USD 140|
|Multi-Entry with 6-month Validity||USD 80||USD 140|
|Multi-Entry with 12-month Validity||USD 120||USD 140|
Expedited Service Fee per Person
The regular processing time is 5 working days. For urgent cases, the expedited service is available. In addition, more money will be paid as following:
|3 working days processing||USD 25|
Please contact Embassy of Peru in China if Peruvians are in problems there.
Related Chinese Embassies in South America: Suriname, Uruguay, Venezuela
Selected Questions and Answers:
Asked by Ms. Magda
I'm peruvian and I'm studying in Australia (Brisbane City) until May. I have a month to travel and I really want to go to China, but i don't know if I can get a tourist L here in Australia, and how to apply.
Answered by Mr. Mike (USA )
You can get a tourist L in Brisbane, the valid Australia visa or residence permit can prove your legal status in Australia.
Asked by Ms. Schipper
I would like to visit Tibet for a long period of time to practice Buddhism. I don't know yet for how long, maybe a couple of years... Is that possible? And what type do I need?
Answered by Mr. Maxine
Stay in Tibet for a couple of years? To visit Tibet, besides a Chinese tourist L, you should also apply for a Tibet Travel Permit from the Tibet Tourism Bureau. I am sure not sure if you can apply for a residence permit after your entry into Tibet. You'd better contact the Tibet Tourism Bureau for enquiry.
I am a Dutch citizen who is traveling in Peru at the moment. This summer I am planning to visit China for a holiday. I need to apply for a Chinese Visa, but I’m not coming back to the Netherlands in between.
Therefore my question is: Can I (a Dutch citizen) apply for a Chinese Visa while I am in Peru? And what would be the costs and how long would this take?
I would like to hear from you!