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Living & Lifestyle News SunflowerUpdatedMay 01, 201714180100
Over the past days, the greater area of Lima was heavily affected by continuous rains which caused once again land and mud slides as well as flash floods. Now Sedapal, the Peruvian water company, informed citizens of the Peruvian capital that they suspended the water supply in 26 districts in Lima and Callao.
The Peruvian Ministry of Interior announced in a press release the implementation of a new system to tackle the widespread use of stolen or illegally manipulated cellphones in the country. Peru is renowned for a flourishing “second hand” market of stolen devices.
Living & Lifestyle News SunflowerUpdatedMay 05, 201831490100
While at the moment school children in Peru enjoy their summer holidays, the latest official survey in the area of education in Peru should make authorities and parents sit up and take notice. It confirms once more the bad reputation of Peru’s public education sector.
Peru Information SunflowerUpdatedFebruary 18, 2020251320100
Public schools in Peru have an extremely bad reputation; and deservedly so. Unfortunately, quite often school buildings are in bad shape, classes are big, teachers underpaid and unmotivated while the educational standard is on an extremely low level as the last PISA study once again showed (Peru ranked on one of the bottom positions).
Peruvian Visa Types Part 7SunflowerUpdatedFebruary 17, 2020119120101
Some family members of Peruvian nationals and foreigners with a resident status in Peru have the right to a family union and can apply for a family visa, the so-called "visa familiar de residente". Depending on your relation there are several sub-visa types.
Peru Information SunflowerUpdatedFebruary 17, 2020402900100
Peru is a beautiful country, the economy is booming, employment opportunities are everywhere and living expenses are low, easy-peasy!? This is in short and probably a little bit exaggerated what quite a few articles about emigrating to Peru, finding a job and working legally in the country want to make us believe.
Peruvian Visa Types Part 8SunflowerUpdatedFebruary 17, 2020291720101
Retirees and pensioners who receive a state or private pension or other benefits (for example a disability pension) of at least US$ 1000 per month or the equivalent in any other currency can apply for a permanent residency in Peru called Rentista Visa.
Peruvian Visa Types Part 5SunflowerUpdatedFebruary 17, 2020175130100
If a foreign company posts one of its employees for a limited period (max. 1 year) to a Peruvian company for professional activities in Peru, the to be posted employee has to apply for a temporary work visa at a Peruvian consulate in the country of residence before coming to Peru.
Living & Lifestyle News SunflowerUpdatedMay 01, 201729810100
The with tourists, high-end customers and locals popular multilevel shopping, entertainment and food megacomplex Larcomar in Miraflores reopens after a devastating fire on November 16th ceased operation completely.
Living & Lifestyle News SunflowerUpdatedMay 01, 201726370100
Sedapal, the water utility company in Lima and Callao, announced that on Tuesday, December 13th, 6 districts in the Peruvian capital will not have water from 01.00 pm to midnight. Affected are Chorrillos, Miraflores, San Borja, San Juan de Miraflores, Surquillo and Surco. The service is suspended due to repairs on a main water line located under Av. Javier...