As part of the attention that the Venezuelan Embassy provides to its fellow countrymen in Peru, it carried out this 25th and 26th activities in the province of Piura where it carried out 225 legal procedures, returning the right to identity that the regime has denied to Venezuelans abroad.
Among those that were carried out were: Single Status Affidavit, Accreditation of Identity, Legalization of Documents and Legalization of Drivers License, exonerated from cost for humanitarian causes, impeding Chavismo to get $19,125 dollars, allowing this money to remain in the hands of our nationals to attend their basic needs.
Ambassador Carlos Scull, said during the conference that “this is an achievement of the legitimate government, we are reaching the Venezuelans in the provinces because we know that it is difficult for them to make a trip to Lima to process an application they need to complete in many cases their migration process.
“The procedures in these activities, as well as in Lima, are completely free. The most important thing is that now our fellow countrymen have the right to identity that the regime has taken away from the Venezuelans abroad who have fled the serious humanitarian crisis in Venezuela seeking a better quality of life for their families,” said Scull.
Conferences in the provinces
Piura is the first province to be visited with a special operation, the next destination is Tumbes which will be in mid-October and progressively on others as the Peruvian State allows it. Dates will be opened in other places. For this reason, we ask the locals to be attentive to the social network accounts of the Venezuelan Embassy (@embajadave_pe), where they will be informed on the appointments for each destination.
“It is very important to be attentive to the official channels of the Embassy and to avoid falling for disinformation. It is also very important that the nationals do not let themselves be deceived by intermediaries who seek to play with people’s needs, since our appointments in Lima and the province are to made directly through the official web pages,” said the diplomat.
From the Embassy we continue working for our nationals who need to make basic document procedures for the immigration processes in Peru. We make available the mail [email protected]