I've been asked a handful of times about the family visa option. Since this is a family visa, someone in your family can sponsor you. Who they consider family might vary from immigration officer to immigration officer and you might need to get a lawyer to help you with complicated cases. Below you can find out who can get this visa and who might be able to get this visa. If you think you qualify, you can find out what documents you need in this post or by contacting migraciones.
You can get this visa if you are . . .
- An underaged child of a Peruvian citizen (if the child isn't Peruvian) or immigrant
- Married to a Peruvian or immigrant
- A parent of a Peruvian child (whether they are a minor or of age) or immigrant
- A parent of a Peruvian child and the child has special needs
- A sibling of a Peruvian citizen or immigrant
- In-laws of a Peruvian citizen or immigrant
- An adult child of a Peruvian citizen or immigrant
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