Disability Certificate in Peru - Step-by-step Guide

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What is it?

A disability certificate in Peru is an official document that recognizes an individual’s physical or mental disability. It is issued by the relevant health authorities and grants various benefits such as social security, healthcare assistance, and other public services aimed at improving the quality of life for people with disabilities.

Who needs it?

Individuals residing in Peru who have a physical or mental disability that significantly impacts their daily life or ability to work need this service. The certificate is particularly beneficial for those seeking access to healthcare services, social security benefits, educational support, or employment rights tailored to their needs.


  1. Gather the required documents.
  2. Schedule an appointment at a certified medical center.
  3. Undergo medical evaluation and diagnostic tests.
  4. Submit the completed application along with medical reports.
  5. Wait for the review and approval process.
  6. Receive your disability certificate if approved.

Required documents

  • Medical reports from a certified healthcare provider
  • Photocopy of national identification card
  • Completed application form
  • Proof of residence (utility bill, rental contract, etc.)
  • Photographs (passport size)

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Additional details

  • The medical evaluation is usually conducted by a panel of specialists.
  • Ensure all documents are up-to-date and properly certified.
  • Approval times can vary, so patience is required.


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