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A part-time resident in Costa Rica shares her experience with using only private insurance and then paying the CAJA rates

How the changes in the regulation for the CAJA insurance affects foreign nationals living in Costa Rica, and what we're doing to defend them

More than seven months have passed since the legislation was published and the government still hasn't released the ruling needed to implement it

In September 2021, the Costa Rican Social Security Fund (CAJA) approved new mandatory social security contributions for some registered immigrants

The 'International Living' magazine chooses Panama and Costa Rica as the best countries to retire for the second year in a row

If you are considering to be more than a tourist in this little paradise on Earth, you should research all the options that will

As you may know, on July 5th, Costa Rica's President Alvarado signed the law to attract foreign investors, rentistas and retired people to the

One of the most popular Residencies in Costa Rica is the Residency as Pensionados, meaning Residency for Retired People. Our current law states that this

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