Canadian Embassy in Peru

Canadian EmbassyIf you are in Peru then you can seek advice and assistance as a Canadian. From the Canadian Embassy in Peru located in Lima. They can assist you if you have been arrested or admitted to hospital. This will mainly be to contact your family at home. They can also assist you if you need to register a birth, death or act as Public Notary.

We have listed the contact details for the Canadian Embassy in Lima. This with their street address, telephone numbers and a map to the Embassy in Lima. Always call the Embassy before you visit them. Also check if they are open as they close of local and Canadian holidays. The details for the Embassy has been listed below.

Canadian Embassy in Peru

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If you are in Peru and lose your passport then the Canadian Embassy in Peru will be able to assist you. You will need to report the theft or loss of your passport to the police. The police will give you a card with a case number to take to the Embassy. Once at the Embassy you will need to complete the needed forms and then give them the police case number as well. Once this is processed you will receive a temporary travel document to leave the country or a passport.

Consular Assistance 

If you are getting married the Peruvian government would want you to certify that you are single. The Embassy will have to issue you a letter in this regards. The freedom to marry or letter of no impediment will be issued for you once you have applied for the letter. You will normally have to return to the Embassy to collect this letter.

Once you have it the letter will need to be translated and certified. You will then use this to get married with. Once you are married, the marriage certificate would need to be translated and certified so your spouse can get a spouse visa for Canada.

Should you give birth in Peru, the child would need to be registered at the Embassy. You will need all the local documents of the birth. These will need to be translated and certified and handed in at the Canadian Embassy in Peru. Normally the child needs to be taken with to the Embassy. Check the contact details and make the needed appointments. Complete the needed forms and then await the child’s registration as a Canadian born abroad. You will also need to organise the travel documents for the child before you go back to Canada.

There are other Embassies in the region as well. These are the High Commission of Canada in Guyana as well as the Canadian Embassy in Ecuador if you are travelling in the region.

Street Address:Bolognesi 228, Miraflores, Lima 18, Peru
Postal Address:P.O. Box 18-1126, Miraflores Post Office, Lima, 15074, Peru
Telephone:51-1-319-3200
Fax:51-1-446-4912 (Administration)
51-1-446-4775 (Immigration)
Email:lima@international.gc.ca
Operating Hours:General:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., 1:15 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Passport and Citizenship Applications:
Monday to Friday 8:00am to 12:00pm.

Notarial Services:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 8:30 – 11:00 a.m.

Family Class Immigration Enquiries (Sponsors):
Monday and Wednesday 9:00 a.m.- 11:00 a.m.
Canadian Citizens Only:Call collect: 613-996-8885 / 613-944-1310 (TTY)

 

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