adrian Thorne wrote: chelsearob77 wrote: goalie3443 wrote:
If you need to have permanent deal you will need to get the father and mother to go to Registros Publicos for un poder especial. Then with that each time you travel you will need to go to the Notario alone and you will be able to get the Permisso de Viaje.
What would it actally cost to get un poder especial done at Registros Publicos for my 2 kids to be able to travel out of Peru alone with their mother? & also the costs for my wife to get an Permisso de Viaje when she was due to travel alone out of Peru with the 2 kids?
I Have asked this question on here before, but have never really been given a definitive answer.
Rob I understood your children are British subjects and holders of the relevant passport, in which case they do not need any documentation from Peru.
Well according to the GOV.UK website they will need some kind of written permission to leave Peru alone with their mother as they are have Peruvian citizenship & are current residence here!
This is written on the GOV.UK website:
Travelling with children
Children under the age of 18 years travelling on a British passport who have resident status in Peru need written permission (Autorización de Viaje Notarial) from the non accompanying parent(s) to leave the country. This permission is obtained by a notary public in Peru. The letter must mention the proposed destination, the purpose of the trip, the date of departure and the return date. If unable to obtain a notarial permission, the child will need a judicial written permission (Autorización de Viaje Judicial) issued by a judge. Children who have tourist status do not need these permissions, however, the Immigration Officer is free to request them in circumstances considered suspicious by the Immigration Authorities. For further information, contact the Peruvian Consulate in London or the Peruvian Immigration Directorate.