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Passport Exit Stamp Question.

Postby Maddog83 » Thu Sep 28, 2017 3:52 am

Hey guys,

I overstayed on my last trip to Peru and paid the fine etc, no problems. I had a 120 day visa and ended up staying 190 days.

I want to know if I have any days remaining to visit this year. I’m a bit confused about how they worked it all out as the total trip went from the last few months of 2016 and into 2017.

Is the number on the exit stamp (in this case 146 RPO) the amount of days spent in Peru? Or does it mean something else?

Any clarification on that would be appreciated.


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Re: Passport Exit Stamp Question.

Postby Cactus fan » Sat Oct 14, 2017 7:15 am

Maddog83 wrote:
Is the number on the exit stamp (in this case 146 RPO) the amount of days spent in Peru? Or does it mean something else?



I only had 183 and 90 days stamps.

146 is a strange amount.

It's better to ask it at your local migraciones office.
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Re: Passport Exit Stamp Question.

Postby asgp » Thu Oct 19, 2017 4:33 pm

146?

are you reading it right?
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Re: Passport Exit Stamp Question.

Postby mrsteak » Sat Jan 27, 2018 4:24 pm

You forget the days count from your very FIRST visit to Peru. The time interval you are allowed to stay 183 days is counted from your first entry date ever to Peru. It is not per calender year. So while you may technically overstayed your visa, you may have not exhausted the days they are allowed to give you at the moment of your exit from the country. Just count it right.

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