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The Immigration Department issued this evening Resolution N° DJUR-043-03-2019-JM, which, in summary, states: The Immigration Department WILL NOT receive Residency applications going forward and until May 17, 2020. This includes all categories. Basically, Residency applications are suspended until May 17, 2020. Consequently, documents which will expire within this period will
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ImmigrationResidencyTravelVisa

As part of their sovereignty, every nation enacts laws in order to regulate the migration of people along its borders. The instrument used to demonstrate the approval of entry and legal stay in a country is generally known as a visa (not to be confused with Residency for the purposes

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ImmigrationResidencyVisa

Once again we have to discuss penalties and fines. As we have mentioned many many times before, since March 2010 Costa Rica is trying to impose penalties and fines for overstaying. The general idea is that tourists with expired entry stamps, temporary residence or special category visa holders with an

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[metaslider id=1057]   In previous installments we have reviewed the penalties for overstaying in Costa Rica. Section 33 of the Immigration law issued in 2012 establishes a fine of $100 USD per each month that a foreign national overstays in Costa Rica. This fine became effective in 2012, however, the

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