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Peru relocation

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Peru relocation

Post Posted: Fri Sep 30, 2005 2:44 pm

I am moving from the US to Peru in 4 months, and wondering if anyone has any advice/experience with this particular move. Or with documentation and immigration to Peru in general! I am just beginning my process of investigation - how to set up a life there and start buinsess while still maintaining my residency here. And am basically overwhelmed at this point, trying to figure out papers and what not. Issues with becoming legal there, with keeping ties here, with...everything! Anyone have any advice on a good place to begin on all of this?? Or a place I can go to to talk to someone in person to ask all of my questions? Any basic advice would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks!
PS: I am in a relationship with someone who is a resident of Peru, and I know marriage is an option for legalization as well. Anyone know remifications and requirements of this in Peru? Or there's another route to gain residency, or abilitiy to make money, other than an immediate marriage or an invitation from a company??

 

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Re: Peru relocation

Post Posted: Sat Jul 12, 2008 1:47 am

Hi 8cheerios,
Given that it's been several years since your last post and assuming that everything went alright for you and that you've settled, married, had a couple of kids and speak the language, perhaps you're in a better position to let us know how things are going in Peru?


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