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Moving to another city can be a challenge since the factors that will influence the final choice must be carefully weighed. But what if you want to move to another country? Maybe Costa Rica? The decision becomes a bit more complicated when there is a

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Costa Rica has reopened its air borders, allowing tourists and residents to travel in and out of the country. Please keep in mind everyone must comply with the entry requirements established, per category, otherwise you will not be allowed in. Every single traveler, including children,

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After several months of heated discussions, a new set of regulations pertaining to land division in Costa Rica were introduced on September 14th. In order to understand the background of this situation, I will offer a brief recap of how land division has been regulated in

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Per CIRCULAR AJ-1945-11-2020-ABM, a slight change has been published regarding authorized entry to the country.Up until Friday, November 20th, 2020, people who had received the approval Resolution of their Residency were not allowed to enter the country as Residents but rather as tourists. This has

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We received clarification regarding the entry stamps granted in November.As the expat community knows, back in September Immigration issued Resolution N° DJUR-0132-09-2020-JM which stated that tourists (non-Residents, meaning anyone who does not hold a DIMEX card in their hands) who enter the country from December

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Read this article in Spanish here.The D-151 is an annual information return. It must be submitted by all natural or legal persons (companies) required to file the income tax return, regardless of whether they are public limited companies, corporations, foundations, etc. and regardless of whether

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