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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]   *UPDATED In light of recent attacks on females as well as a young man in Brasilito recently, we thought it was appropriate to re-visit this article. Costa Rica is a relatively safe country,  but like anywhere else it has its issues and problems.  There is a prevalent toxic machismo

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On this occasion, we are going to address in a brief manner a topic that tends to be somewhat technical in the Civil Law field. A property or real estate can be acquired in many different ways through Costa Rican law. Perhaps the ones that come

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*UPDATE - we have been receiving many messages regarding the status of the Digital Nomad visa.   At this time there still has been no movement from the Government to finalize the process and enable interested parties to apply.   As soon as we receive any news

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There are two main ways you can obtain Costa Rican citizenship: through marriage or residency. We have created an article and a video, they detailed the processes and requirements. For either of these options, the time frame should be no longer than 200 workdays or 10

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Another Tuesday, another COVID Updates Press Conference that we were able to attend. We broadcasted live a few minutes, and now we are summarizing all the details in this article. Recap of the previously shared changes Commercial establishments may choose a 100% capacity mode with the vaccination

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So you've pulled up stakes, and you have packed your wagon and are headed to the tropics, as in Costa Rica?  You've had every family member question your judgement and promise to visit.  You are ready to buy your dream home in Paradise.   With the help of a

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If you are considering to be more than a tourist in this little paradise on Earth, you should research all the options that will allow you to stay in the country and avoid the border runs (ninety days or less).   Since there are many aspects to consider,

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