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Immigration Law: Incoming

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Daniel Alvarado, Esq. is a young and dynamic attorney with very special skills that converge in Corporate, Labor and Immigration Law.

Daniel Alvarado, Esq. is a young and dynamic attorney with very special skills that converge in Corporate, Labor and Immigration Law.

Not long ago, there was a time when Peru was a country that practically gave away permanent residencies to anyone that would request it, including ill-intended people seeking tax breaks in their home country. This immigrant status would then evolve into a Peruvian citizenship. Many took advantage of these gaping loopholes in an almost nonexistent immigration law and used it indiscriminately on criminal activities elsewhere and then sought refuge in Peru as their new home country. In essence, these actions tarnished the reputation of Peruvian nationals, which consequently created tougher migratory barriers for law-abiding Peruvians to gain commercial, professional or academic access to other nations around the world. A lot has changed since then as Peru’s economy grew steadily year after year while former economic giants were collapsing under the weight of their recessions.

Peru has been dubbed “recession-proof” by many financial publications from around the world and has thus become a place of strong interest for foreigners to do business in and with. Through the signing of various free trade agreements with, the list of investment sectors has gone from being mainly mining and oil industry based to now being real estate, agriculture, fishing, trade and various other niche markets. As a result of these prominent commercial changes, Peru has now become a tedious and complicated country for which to gain residency status for. Immigration laws are unreasonably cumbersome and the local immigration authorities are of little to no help in providing actual and factual information regarding work, investor or even family visas.

Monteblanco & Associates steps in to provide all incoming Expats with the necessary know-how and understanding of immigration law to aid in meeting immigration compliance, Interpol requirements and tying all this in with the Peruvian Ministry of Labor in the event your option is best met by an employment visa either through a third party or through your own start-up project. Our consulting services are comprised of but not limited to: determining expatriate quota, labor contracts, temporary work permits in Peru, re-entry visas, alien registration, spousal visas, family visas, Carnet de Extranjeria, Interpol records, etc.

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