fanning wrote:Sorry, you are out of luck. You will be denied entry in Peru, and will get a stamp in your passport, and a permanent block in the Peruvian immigration system to return within 5 years.
They are really strict, and it doesn't depend on the immigration official.
( Read the forum for more horrorstories ! )
On the bright side, there also are some pretty Bolivian woman out there..
Fanning, firstly, I'd like to say I find your posts some of the most informative and helpful on this website. However, I'm not so sure you're right here. Can you tell us exactly what horror stories you mean? Can you reference them and provide links? As far as I'm aware, there are few if any posts from people with direct experience of problems entering Peru (I accept there could be some that I may have simply missed). I think Polaron mentioned a friend/acquaintance who was not allowed in and I think I've seen some one-time posters saying they had problems. As many contributors appear to have carnets, is anecdotal evidence reliable? According to this website, the new law should come into force at the end of 2016. Has it happened? I looked on the migracions website and everything to do with the law is dated from last year.http://www.expatperu.com/etourist.phphttps://www.migraciones.gob.pe/
I must stress to the OP that I don't know if the new law is being applied yet and how migraciones will interpret his situation, if he is planning to return to the country, get married and apply for a carnet. If he is intending on returning, I don't see how this breaks any law if migraciones simply deny him entry. Being denied entry for, say, six months isn't a criminal offence and should have not affect him if he plans to return in the future. If someone has more information, please share it. Otherwise, it would be interesting to hear from the OP what happens in this situation and if he is allowed back into the country.