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Law 9996, which introduces changes and incentives for those applying for Pensionados, Rentistas, and Investors has now been signed by President Alvarado! Law 9996 and its subsequent ruling will determine how these Residency categories are requested and the perks of securing them. What does Law 9996

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Temporary Residency for Investors is a 2-year Residency reserved for people who have either invested $200,000 in a property and/or vehicles or $200,000 in a business or $100,000 applicable in forestry projects. You cannot mix them together to reach the minimum investment. For example, you

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What a wondrous decision is to move to Costa Rica. If you are thinking about starting a new life in the tropics, the first thing that you need to consider is that when a person invests in this beautiful Central American country, they are not

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There is the option of obtaining residency in Costa Rica through the purchase of real estate. Generally, this is called residency through investment as it requires making an “investment” of $200,000 USD in real estate. Many countries offer the option for foreigners to obtain residency or

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An immigration process can be described as an adventure. It can be intimidating; it can be hard to comprehend, but it isn´t entirely devoid of fun moments. Every country has an idiom and certain keywords which expats are not familiar with and which, if explained properly,

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As of June 2019, Costa Rica´s Immigration Department (Dirección General de Migración y Extranjería) has implemented changes in the way it is processing first-time Residency requests in accordance with article 28 of the Immigration Regulation. Until May 2019, applicants could file incomplete applications, meaning file what

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A few years back we published an article pertaining to common mistakes people make when trying to apply for Residency as an Investor, particularly when investing in real estate. Unfortunately, it seems those mistakes continue to be made and we wanted to address them one

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