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10 Razones Por Las Cuales Deberás Considerar Retirarte en Costa Rica

Posted by on Jan 16, 2015 in News | 0 comments

¿Sabías Costa Rica es uno de los lugares más deseables del mundo para retirarse? Muchos jubilados optan por vivir en el Valle Central de Costa Rica, a unos pocos kilómetros de la ciudad capital de San José y su aeropuerto internacional, centros comerciales y centros médicos. Costa Rica es conocida por su hermoso paisaje natural, clima templado todo el año y gente amable. La mayoría de los retiros en Costa Rica provienen de los EE.UU., Canadá y Europa haciendo de este lugar un país único de muchas culturas que viven juntas en paz en el paraíso...

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¿Cómo son los Hospitales de Costa Rica?

Posted by on Dec 5, 2014 in News | 0 comments

Costa Rica es un hermoso país ubicado en América Central, que ofrece muchos beneficios a los turistas y a aquellos que están considerando la posibilidad de establecer residencia en el país. Con impresionantes playas, montañas, temperaturas agradables durante todo el año y muy buena atencion hospitales, este país ofrece muchas ventajas naturales que han atraído a miles de personas a las comodidades que ofrece. Sin embargo, una preocupación que muchas personas pueden tener sobre Costa Rica es el estado de las instalaciones médicas. Esto es...

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Beneficios de la Residencia

Posted by on Nov 18, 2014 in News | 0 comments

Recibimos esta pregunta muy seguido, de las personas que vienen a Costa Rica para vivir la mitad del año. ¿Por qué debería molestarme en obtener la residencia? Esta no es una lista exhaustiva, por cualquier medio, pero aquí está una lista corta de los beneficios de residencia en Costa Rica: Usted puede obtener una licencia de conductor de Costa Rica. Con la nueva Ley de Tránsito, con el fin de obtener una licencia de conducir de Costa Rica basado en la suya ya existente de su país de origen, también hay que mostrar prueba de residencia legal....

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Still Thinking of Doing Border Runs?

Posted by on May 22, 2014 in News | 0 comments

On May 15. 2014, I went on the Expatriates in Costa Rica Facebook group and asked the question below. See for yourself if you’re planning to keep doing the 90-day border runs. QUESTION: I heard Costa Rica is cracking down on “Perpetual Tourism” in different ways and i want to know if any of you had these problems. For example: Not being allowed to re-enter Costa Rica. If allowed, you may have be given fewer days, and not a full 90 days, forcing you to leave the country again in order to avoid the fines for overstaying a visa....

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Enjoy a High Standard of Living in Costa Rica

Posted by on Apr 30, 2014 in News | 0 comments

If you’re ready for “Pura Vida,” the pure life, consider retiring in Costa Rica. This nation of just over 4 million people is tucked between Nicaragua to the north, Panama to the south, the Pacific Ocean to the west, and the Caribbean Sea to the east. Costa Rica may truly have it all: a year-round tropical climate, a modern capital, beaches of all kinds on both Pacific and Atlantic, lush rain forests, and picturesque valleys and mountains. According to the U.S. Department of State, more than 20,000 U.S. expatriates live in Costa...

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Costa Rica’s Fame as a Retiree Destination — Well Deserved

Posted by on Mar 31, 2014 in News | 0 comments

With a warm tropical climate year-round, a modern capital, beaches on both Pacific and Caribbean coasts, lush rain forests, valleys and mountains, Costa Rica has it all. Costa Rica preserves much of its most beautiful mountains and forests as national parks. More than 20,000 U.S. expatriates already live in Costa Rica, enjoying the highest standard of living in Central America. Costa Rica is a politically and economically stable, technologically advanced country when compared to Latin America as a whole, and many expats don’t mind spending a...

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Benefits of Residency

Posted by on Feb 26, 2014 in News | 0 comments

We get this question a lot, from people who come down to Costa Rica to live half the year. Why should I bother to get residency? This isn’t an exhaustive list by any means but here’s a short list of benefits of getting Costa Rica residency: You can get a Costa Rica driver’s license. With the new Ley de Tránsito, in order to get a Costa Rica driver’s license based on your existing one from your home country, you also need to show proof of legal residence. Your foreign license is only valid in Costa Rica when in...

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Perpetual Tourism

Posted by on Jan 14, 2014 in News | 0 comments

About 100,000 foreigners from the United States choose Costa Rica as their permanent place of residence. Only about half of these foreign residents from the U.S. have followed the legal path of residency, while the rest live in a state of “perpetual tourism.” Long-term tourists, however, have seen their lives become more complicated in the past few years. Law 8764, as it pertains to Immigration and foreigners, unintentionally creates the “perpetual tourist” immigration status that many foreigners take advantage of. The relevant...

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Inicie su proceso de Residencia, con Nosotros hoy

Posted by on Apr 9, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Inicie su proceso de Residencia, con Nosotros hoy y se economiza $250 dólares. La Oferta se termina el Abril 30 2013. La última oportunidad de Economizar $250. - Favor completa sus detalles en este formulario y pronto estariamos en contacto con una evaluación gratis de sus opciones de residencia en Costa Rica. ¡Gracias! www.crimmigrationexperts.com/es/evaluacion-gratis   En su proceso de Residencia. Nos puede llamar 506-8373-2085 o 305- 906-6784 en USA. info@crimmigrationexperts.com   Chéquenos en Facebook...

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