I had a quick question if you don't mind. I am an American citizen who went to Peru from December 11-22, 2021 and then I went back again from December 30-March 2. I planned another two-month trip to Peru a while ago to see my girlfriend from April 29- to June 28. Do you think I will be denied entry for already staying a little over 75 days already? Thank you
- This commment is unpublished.· 12/04/2022@Jake Hello Jake,
no, I don't think that you are denied entry. Personally I know of only 2 cases in over 10 years that weren't allowed to re-enter Peru, and both were overstaying excessively before trying to come back to Peru.
According to the Peruvian Ministry of Foreign Affairs you can stay up to 90 days in a 180-day period, so as up to now you only stayed 75 days, in my opinion you should get at least the remaining 15 days when entering the country again.
However, how many days you get always is at the discretion of the immigration officer you have to face. If you are lucky, he or she will give you another 90 days; if there is someone doing his job by the book, you might only get 15 or 30 days. Nobody can guarantee you have many days you will end up with.
- This commment is unpublished.· 09/06/2022@Jake What was the outcome of this? How much did they give you?