If you just want to get married in Peru and not live there, you might want to look at having a destination wedding in Peru.
If you want to get married in Peru and live there, then should look at the following articles:
- Getting documents notarised and translated
- Getting a marriage visa for Peru
- Getting your CE (resident visa)
- Registering your Peruvian marriage back home
However, if you are not able to go to Peru to get married, contact the nearest muncipality and ask if they allow proxy marriages. In addition to all the regular documents you need to get married, you would need to give someone POA*. You might need to hire a lawyer and get the correct POA* drafted up. It will be in Spanish so if you don't understand Spanish make sure you give the POA* to someone you trust. You could give the power to a friend in Peru or to a lawyer. You would then have to sign it at the Peruvian embassy or consulate nearest you and send it to Peru where it would be registered. Then you can do everything that is required in order to get married.
* power of attorney
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