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The Immigration Department (DGME) reported that as of January 16, 2023, Costa Ricans and residents will no longer receive stamps on their passports after

Getting married is one of the happiest days for most people, and when you marry someone from a different nationality, learning about their culture

A background check, also known as police record or criminal report, is a summary of all the arrests and charges against an individual. State

The new year comes with great news for foreigners residing in Costa Rica, since the Immigration Department (DGME) started the long-awaited transition to a

When a child of one or both U.S. citizen parents is born in Costa Rica, he or she becomes a Costa Rican national. However, even though

You are probably aware that Panama is currently known as one of the best options to move, invest, and live in Central America. Let's

To understand the topic of this article better, let's start by answering the main question: What is a border run? If you're not familiar