ironchefchris wrote:I believe that depends on whether or not you plan on filing for the exoneration. If you're not and you just plan on paying the tax I don't think you need the marriage documents or your wife's DNI. As far as the certified letter from your wife, I remember having my wife write one when I went to pay my Prorroga a few months back. I don't think it's necessary for the Tasa.
I plan on paying the $20 exoneration.
That's what I usually do. Although I'm married to a Peruvian, I pay the $20 tasa and save myself the trouble of going through this wedding certificate legalization tramite at RENIEC (unlike in Lima this procedure in provincias takes almost a month and costs about S/.40). So, it's much easier for me to pay the $20 fee.