Peruvian passport

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Peruvian passport
Peruvian passport.jpg
Peruvian passport front cover
Date first issued 8 July 2016[1] (current version)
Issued by  Peru
Type of document Passport
Purpose Identification
Eligibility requirements Peruvian citizenship
Expiration Two or five years[2]

A Peruvian passport is issued to citizens of Peru to travel outside the country by DIGEMIN, the Peruvian immigration and naturalization authority.[3]

Physical appearance[edit]

Peruvian (Andean Community of Nations) passports are burgundy red, with the coat of arms of Peru emblazoned on the front cover. The words "COMUNIDAD ANDINA" (English: Andean Community) and "REPÚBLICA DEL PERÚ" (English: Republic of Peru) are inscribed above the coat of arms. Below the coat of arms, the words "PASAPORTE" (English: passport) and "PASSPORT" are visible.

Visa requirements for Peruvian citizens[edit]

A minimum of 86 countries and territories granted visa free or visa on arrival access to regular Peruvian passport holders, and 36 of them are visa free accessible.

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