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TUPA - Administrative Procedures of the National Superintendency of Migration

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El Peruano (Texto único de procedimientos administrativos – TUPA de “Superintendencia Nacional de Migraciones”)
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The “TUPA” establishes the administrative regulations and procedures under the jurisdiction of Migraciones, the National Superintendency of Migration, including their respective requirements and conditions.

Administrative Procedures of the National Superintendency of Migration from October 22, 2023 (download the PDF in the attachment section below).

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    Fairy · 09/04/2024
    Are you saying the Tupa and the FBI report are the same please🙏
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      Sunflower
      • LimaEasy
      · 09/04/2024
      @Fairy
      NOOOO!!!!!

      As explained before the TUPA are the administrative procedures stating how the Peruvian foreigner law has to be applied by Migraciones. It determines, for example, which requirements foreigners have to fulfill to be granted a visa.

      Your FBI record check is a document issued by the FBI showing your criminal history.

      So, the TUPA is a Peruvian regulation and the FBI record check is a document proving you have a clean record.

      Greetings
      Eva
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    Fairy · 09/04/2024
    Hello Sunflower or whomever✨
    Yes Inded I have read the documents and info many times....The problem being that we have uploaded ALL OF THE REQUIRED DOCOS on this list more than once and at the end we are told something else is required ..maybe.a change that occured, Do you know porfa✨🙏✨Thank you for your assistance🩷
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      Sunflower
      • LimaEasy
      · 09/04/2024
      @Fairy
      Fairy,

      so you trying to apply for a retirement visa and uploaded all required documents? Then before each requirement there should be a green check. If not and you get an error message, something is missing.

      As I don't know what you uploaded and what's missing, probably if you try again, make screenshots and attach the picture here or contact me under limaeasycontact @ gmail.com , so I can see where the problem is.

      Anyway, on the second page of the retirement visa application you must fill in some data and/or upload all for the retirement visa application necessary documents as PDF (max size per document 3MB).

      So, click on the little arrows next to each requirement, and certain fields appear depending on the requirement. Just fill in the fields as requested and upload the corresponding document.

      Under “Pago por derecho de tramite” you are asked to enter certain information of the bank receipt:
      - numero de recibo (number of the receipt) which is the "secuencia de pago" on the pagalo receipt
      - codigo de verficación (verification code) which is the "codigo control" on the pagalo receipt
      - fecha de recibo (date) which is the "fecha de operación" on the pagalo receipt.
      After entering the requested info click on Validar. If the bank receipt is accepted, a green check will appear in front of the tab.

      Under the Documento de Identificación tab, select the document with which you entered Peru (in most cases passport), fill in required data and upload a copy. Again, if the document is accepted, you get the green check.

      Under the Interpol tab, you must upload two documents
      - the Ficha de Canje from Interpol Peru
      and 
      - the criminal record check you brought from home. 
      Be aware that both fields are mandatory, and you can’t continue without having uploaded both documents.

      Under the next tab, you must upload the letter from your pension fund and below the sworn statement.

      There is one last tab “Exceso de permanencia” (excess stay). As long as you are in Peru on a valid stay this tab already has the green check in front of it.

      If you uploaded all the documents and have a green check in front of each tab, click on Siguiente.

      So, please let me know, if this worked or where the problem is.

      Greetings
      Eva

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    Fairy · 19/03/2024
    The man at migracions said that i already had the document from my student visa and just needed to upload it! Confused .....Does this document cover the TUPA requirement? Porfa,✨
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      Sunflower
      • LimaEasy
      · 20/03/2024
      @Fairy
      Hello,

      I'm confused as well. What document are you talking about?

      Have you checked out our Retirement visa article as recommended yesterday? Here the direct link to the chapter https://www.limaeasy.com/peru-guide/peruvian-visa-types/peruvian-retirement-visa#requirements-rentista-visa-peru
      There you find all required documents.

      Here a simple list of the requirements (explanations in the article linked above):

      - Passport
      - Criminal record check from your home country or from the country where you legally lived (so with a resident visa) during the 5 years prior to coming to Peru showing that you don't have a record
      - Letter / confirmation from your pension fund or social security stating that you receive a monthly income of at least US$ 1000 or the equivalent in any other currency.
      - Interpol clearance - Ficha de canje internacional issued by Interpol in Peru
      - Sworn statement stating that your pension enters Peru through the banking system
      - Receipt for paid application fee (code Migraciones 07568; concept Cambio de calidad migratoria rentista residente, S/.161.40 since October 22, 2023)
      - "Recibo" (so a water or electricity bill proving your address; doesn't have to be in your name)
      - Form PA - Cambio de Calidad Migratoria (automatically filled in during application)

      Be aware that all documents issued abroad need an Apostille and must be translated into Spanish in Peru.

      Be further aware that documents have an "expiration date" in Peru. So, generally, documents issued in Peru are only accepted if they were issued less than three months before the application. Documents issued outside Peru can't be older than six months.

      So, if you used a document for your student visa application (when did you apply for the student visa?) then it might already be too old to be accepted again.

      Greetings
      Eva
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    Jerri · 18/03/2024
    I Am applying for my Rentista visa and have all of my documents ready! Is this TUPA and my FBI clearance record the same ? Gracias
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      Sunflower
      • LimaEasy
      · 19/03/2024
      @Jerri
      Hello Jerri,

      no!

      The TUPA are the administrative procedures stating how the Peruvian foreigner law has to be applied by Migraciones. It determines, for example, which requirements foreigners have to fulfill to be granted a visa.

      Your FBI record check is a  document issued by the FBI showing your criminal history.

      If you need further information about the Peruvian "rentista visa", best check out our Retirement visa article. There you find lots of useful information, the exact requirements and a step-by-step guide on how to apply.

      Or you are always more than welcome to ask here or on any other article any questions you might have.

      All the best
      Eva

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