Keiko Fujimori and Pedro Castillo will go head-to-head in the presidential elections in Peru once again, this time for the final results. Millions of Peruvians will cast their ballots on June 6, 2021, to choose their new president.

So, if you're a Peruvian living abroad in the United States and need to know where to vote and what do you need to take part in this crucial event, we've got you covered. Just keep scrolling.

Peru Elections 2021: Where To Vote In The U.S:

If you want to know where to vote, you just have to check out the ONPE website. They'll tell you where to vote, your table number, and whether you were chosen as a witness.

Atlanta: Asociación Latinoamericana, 2750 Buford Hwy NE, Atlanta, GA 30324 for those who live in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, and Mississippi.

Charlotte: “Embassy Suites by Hilton Charlotte”, 4800 South Tryon Street for those who live in North Carolina and South Carolina.

Washington DC: Estadio Fedex Field de Landover, Maryland 1600 Fedex Way Landover, MD 20785. Gate H.

Miami: Doubletree by Hilton Hotel, Miami Airport & Convention Center (MACC) Dirección: 777 Northwest 72nd Avenue Miami, Florida 33126.

New York City: 345 Butler Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217.

What Do I Need To Vote In The Peru Presidential Elections 2021 In USA:

- DNI

- Being over the legal age limit or an emancipated minor (due to marriage or career). If you turn 18 on the day of the election, you also have to vote. If you're over 70, voting is optional.

- Not being in jail. Those who were in prison must address the Reniec.