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Peruvian flag Consulate-General of Peru in Dallas

Address9330 Amberton Parkway, Suite 2130
Dallas, TX 75243
Phonelocal: (972) 234.0005
international: +1.972.234.0005
Faxlocal: (972) 234.0028
international: +1.972.234.0028
Web sitehttp://www.consuladoperu.com

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Sarah Lynn
Sun, 19 Mar 2017 22:12 EDT
Proof of rerun
I will be staying in Peru for 9 months. Will I need to show proof of a return flight upon entering Peru as a US citizen? Thank you :)
jorge cardenas
Mon, 9 Jan 2017 13:05 EST
mejor comunicacion telefonica
cada dia se pone mas dificil comunicarse con el consulado, hablar con la grabacion saca de la paciencia, y terminas con los testiculos de corbata, si tienes suerte hablas con algun empleado,, o sino, pasas un enojo hasta que alguien te conteste, por fabor, pongan a exclusivamente a un operador en los telefonos,y nos comunique con el funcionario con quien debemos hablar.
J. Cole
Thu, 5 May 2016 13:38 EDT
Does a Peruvian citizen need a visa for transiting through the US?
Fri, 8 Jan 2016 10:40 EST
Can I get a visa issued in Dallas? I called the Houston consulate and they said I need to go there. But, I want to make sure since I live in Fort Worth.
Linda Noblin
Wed, 3 Jun 2015 15:25 EDT
Inquiry about legal status my medications
I am traveling to Peru in a week. I wish to know if my personal prescriptions are all legal in Peru.
I take Cymbalta, warfarin, Levoceterize, nasonex, Triamcinolone topical cream and naftin cream.

Thank you, Linda Noblin (lindanoblin@sbcglobal.net) or 214 636 2970
Datos del Consulado General del Perú en Dallas
Wed, 22 Apr 2015 23:40 EDT
Datos del Consulado General del Perú en Dallas

Local Consular:

13601 Preston Rd. Suite E - 650 Dallas, Tx, 75240 "Carillon Towers - Torre Este" (entrada por Alpha Rd. -frente al edificio de AT&T)
Ver gráfico haciendo clic en el ícono "Como Llegar"

(972) 234-0005
(972) 234-0022
(972) 234-0027
(972) 498-1086
Nro de emergencia:

Correo Electronico:

Cónsul General:
Ministro SDP Alberto Valencia Carlo

Cónsul General Adscrito:
Consejero SDP Ramiro Silva Rivera

Horario de Atención:
Lunes a viernes de 9:00 am a 2:00 pm

Tercer säbado del mes: de 9:00 am a 1:00 pm

Nota: De coincidir el tercer sábado con un fin de semana largo, la atención se realizará el sábado inmediato posterior.

Tue, 14 Jan 2014 10:41 EST
Peru VISA for Indian citizen in USA by mail
I'm an Indian citizen on US H1B VISA, residing in Kansas City, Kansas, and I wanted to apply for a Peru tourist VISA. Can you please send me a list of supporting documents you will be needing with the application? Also, do I need to appear in person or can I mail the application with Passport to the embassy?
Wed, 8 Jan 2014 17:01 EST
Business Visa
What is the typical turn around time for a business visa for a USA citizen?
Sun, 6 Oct 2013 06:38 EDT
Rebecca Archer...just you need the health certificate of your pet and vaccination and pay charge to enter to Peru.in the airport.are you living in Mexico?my email is juana.delafuente@yahoo.com.
Saroj Runge
Mon, 3 Jun 2013 12:34 EDT
Tourist Visa requirements for US citizens
We'll be visiting peru in July'13 for 8 days from USA. Do we need tourist visa if we hold US citizenship? If not, then what forms of identification(s) we need to bring along to enter Peru?

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