It’s been over a week since it started National Immigration Monitor The deadline for foreign nationals in Peru to start the process has expired Temporary Permanent Permit (CPP), In order to regularize their immigration status. With this in mind, the agency issued a statement warning of the use of a series of measures against those who admit people who are not properly documented.
As described Immigration Superintendent, Armando GarciaThe agency will impose sanctions against interstate means of transportation that allow irregular migrants to be transported and that do not properly appear in the system, which is why it urged companies to request the necessary documents from all foreigners.
“Just as Peruvian citizens show their DNI to board interprovincial buses; These companies should ask foreigners to present their immigration card, temporary residence permit card, passport or virtual Andean immigration card,” Garcia told reporters.
Likewise, the superintendent asked hotels, hostels and any accommodation across the country to request documents of migrants before admitting them to their establishments. If you don’t have Updated CPP, asked not to allow his entry; Otherwise, they will be fined.
“With these changes in immigration law, we are connecting the law with reality. Peru is committed to orderly, safe and regular migration. Along these lines, the government has provided all the facilities for foreigners to regularize their immigration status. It is now up to us to be strict in complying with our laws,” the immigration chief continued.
measurements of National Immigration Monitor Legislative Decree No. promulgated by the Executive. Obey the regulation of 1582, which indicates that interprovincial transport must ensure that “foreigners, passengers, drivers and/or personnel accompanying them in the service, possess the necessary documents”. Identity and/or travel documents.
Likewise, with regard to accommodations, “they must provide a document certifying the regular immigration status of the foreigner who signed the rental agreement and must have other foreigners living in the same tenancy group. Property.”
After the deadline To claim CPPPeaking on November 10, a total of 214,633 foreigners submitted requests to regularize their immigration status, but the majority also identified as Venezuelan citizens.
Therefore, 94.3% of applicants are from Venezuela. Meanwhile, 2.4% are from Colombia, Cuba (0.9%), Ecuador (0.6%) and other countries (1.8%). Of the total, 106,881 were males and 107,752 were females.
Likewise, 72.1% of foreigners are adults between the ages of 8 and 59; 15.1% were children under 10 years of age; 10.5% were adolescents between 11 and 17 years of age and 2.3% were 60 years of age or older.
The company added that in the first months of the process, 500 to 700 requests were entered daily. However, on Friday, November 10, almost 10 thousand CPP applications.