US Embassy Lima Peru

US Embassy Peru K1 Visa Interview in Lima, Peru

Embassy Name & Address
Avenida Encalada, Cuadra 17
Monterrico, Lima

Contact Information
Immigrant Visa Unit
(Permanent Residency):
Phone hours: Monday thru Friday 2-3 p.m.
Phone: (51-1) 618-2000 3 for Spanish
Nonimmigrant Visa Unit (Visitor Visas):
Phone hours: Monday – Friday 3-4 p.m.
Phone: (51-1) 618-2000

Embassy URL



Obtaining Police Certificate
Police records are available but not required by the U.S. Embassy in Lima for consular processing. They are not an accurate reflection of an individual’s arrest record because local laws allow for deletion of past arrests.

Police records (Certificado de Antecedentes Policiales) are available to applicants age 16 and over, and are issued on green paper with the heading “Policia Nacional del Peru, Division de Identificacion, Certificado de Antecedentes Policiales”. The applicant’s photo is scanned into the certificate. Applicants without criminal records will have “No Registra Antecedentes” printed on the form. A police record may be issued to residents or non-residents upon application to Policia de Investigaciones del Peru. Division de Identificacion, Av. Aramburu No. 550, Lima 34, Lima. The applicant must first request a fingerprint chart (ficha de canje internacional) and provide one photo. Processing time is normally three days. There is a small fee.

Medical Exam Details
After she has mailed her readiness documents to the consulate, she should receive confirmation from the consulate her packet has been received, along with instructions to obtain a medical exam. She should arrange to have her medical at latest 1-2 weeks before her consulate interview. She should fill in and bring her, passport, three visa photos, and her vaccination records. It is recommended she brings her vaccinations up to date while at the clinic. This is required when she applies for her Green card, so by doing it now she will save herself time later.

Depending on the clinic, they will either courier the results directly to the consulare, or give her a sealed envelope with test results. She must NOT break the seal. She must bring the unopened envelope with her to the embassy interview.

Below are the list of approved Physicians to conduct the medical:

Dr. Sandro Corigliano
Address: Clínica Anglo
Americana | Av. Alfredo
Salazar 350, San Isidro
Telephone: 222-2192, 616-8900 x1450, 1451 & 1458
Office hours: Tuesday & Thursday, from 8:30am to
11:30am; Monday & Friday, from 3:00pm to 5:30pm

Dra. Viviana Mélinchon
Address: Paseo de la
República 6065, San Antonio, Miraflores
Telephone: 447-3654 y 981-036-823
Office hours: Monday to Friday, from 10:00am to 1:00pm & from 3:00pm to 7:00pm;
Saturday, from 10:00am to 1:00pm

By Fred Wahl