Yes, you can get married in Peru. The country's scenic landscapes provide the perfect backdrop for weddings.
The following documents are required to get married in Peru:
A valid passport.
A legalized copy of your birth certificate (translated into Spanish).
A sworn statement (known locally as a certificado de soltería) stating that you are legally free to marry in Peru. This document can be prepared by the American Citizen Services at the U.S. Embassy and must be signed in front of and notarized by a Consular Official.
If you were previously married, you need an offical copy of the final divorce decree (or the death certificate, if the marriage ended due to the death of a spouse).
Marriage in Peru is performed according to Peruvian law.
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