Obtain Your Official Peruvian Birth Certificate Easily

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What is it?

This service involves obtaining an official birth certificate from Peru. A birth certificate is a vital record that documents the birth of a person. It serves as an essential identification document for various legal, administrative, and personal purposes.

Who needs it?

This service is ideal for individuals who were born in Peru and need an official birth certificate for identification, legal proceedings, or documentation processes. This includes Peruvian citizens living both domestically and abroad, expatriates, those applying for dual citizenship, and parents obtaining citizenship documents for their children born in Peru.


  1. Visit the RENIEC office or official website for information on the birth certificate process.
  2. Fill out the application form for the birth certificate.
  3. Submit your application along with the required documents.
  4. Pay the applicable fee for processing the birth certificate.
  5. Wait for the processing period, which may vary depending on the method chosen (in-person, mail, online).
  6. Collect your birth certificate from the RENIEC office or receive it via mail or secure electronic delivery.

Required documents

  • Original or certified copy of the existing birth registration.
  • Peruvian national ID (DNI) or valid passport.
  • Proof of address (utility bill, lease agreement, etc.).
  • Application fee receipt.

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Additional details

  • Processing times may vary; online applications may offer faster service.
  • In some cases, additional identification documents may be required for verification.
  • Contact RENIEC for the most up-to-date information on fees and procedures.
  • For expatriates, it’s essential to check if additional paperwork is needed by the nearest Peruvian consulate.


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