In response to this problem, you do need special permission to leave the country with your child ,if you are travelling alone.
This rule freaks me out for the one reason that my fiancee works in Miami for up to 25 days in the month, he is only in Lima for ten days.http://weather.yahoo.com/climo/PEXX0005 ... d=418443If
I need to leave Lima in an emergency , what is the procedure for this?
This is very stressfull for me.
You need a notarized letter from your spouse/other parent. That is an international rule even in the usa.
Any trip you take internationally the airlines will request the letter. This does not only apply to peru.
Even if your child has a greencard and a US passport or other country.
You will need a letter. There may be an issue also if your child has a different last name, in some cases of un married or divorce couples, they may not give permission. I had to adopt my stepson to take on my last name so that we did not have the hassle of bieng delayed even with a letter. Now his Peruvian passport and green card carry my name which helps us breeze through the airport.
As far as a CE, if you are married to a peruvian you can go and come as you please. Just be sure to have
Your tax stamp on your CE, which show you paid your year CE taxes and fees.