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Sat, 17 Oct 2015 15:59 EDT
how can i get visa for peru
Maria Salome Valverde Suarez de aliaga
Fri, 7 Aug 2015 10:06 EDT
Aplicando visa - HELP
I am Peruvian and I am 79 years old and I live in Peru. I will be 80 years old in October 22, 2015. My daughter who lived in the United States got a ticket to Italy to visit my other daughter who lives there for more than 10 years.

Since July 1st, 2015 I was going to the Italian Embassy in Peru and nobody want to talk with me. I cannot apply on line. they asked you for security code. You cannot apply in person. They sent me to an agency that charge you 25$ to process your request. The agency called and said they gave an appointment for Aug.28,2015. I am travelling to Florida on August 30,2015. I asked they agency if they can give me an earlier appointment, maybe I will give more more. They agency said they cannot do anything. This is crazy. My daughter applied for her visa in Miami in the same day and they sent her the italian visa in 4 days. SOMEBODY can help PLEASEEEEEEEE. Im going to have an heart attack. Too much burocracy even in the international organations in Peru. Contact my daughter and tell her what I need to do to get an earlier appointment:
Dale Erwin
Tue, 9 Jul 2013 14:05 EDT
Tourist Visa
I have a US passport and do not need a visa to enter Italy, however my wife's passport is Peruvian and she does need a visa. We visited the online page for making an appointment and followed the instructions. Then when finally the page came up to select a date for the appointment, not a single date was selectable. I have been unable to find any help for either obtaining the appointment or for how to navigate the online request.
bruce johnson
Fri, 21 Jun 2013 02:27 EDT
ITALIAN communities involved in grape growing
Ihave visted friends Italy twice in the last 20years,some are friends who decided to go back to Italy.I enjoyed the culture and food a lot.I under stand that there are still some areas that may be called little Italy eg agreat proportion of Italians preferable in rural areas,do they still exist ? and could you suggest some rural towns .I may vist Lima or Arequiper or Lima on way to ruins eg cosco etc.Are there any pan flute festivals,my main aim is to get embeded in local communities not a large uban mass.thank you for your time
ps Iam a retired male with diabeties
maria petitto
Tue, 23 Nov 2010 15:45 EST
I have a friend in Lima and I would like to made him the opportunity to visit Italy and at the same time to follow a couse of italian for the 3 mounths to perfectioneted his studies about italian language.
I made all the low required me the fideiussione , the invite I take a contact whit the local questura , I found him a room ...but nothing . For two ways ..I lost money to prepare all .I speak whit same associations here that are connected whit immigration visa and they din't say me an explanation My question is why an Italian honest citizen cannot invite a friend for three months under his own responsibility ?
Thanks for answering me

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