There are several ways to qualify for a Costa Rica Residency Card.
Pensionado is the most common, followed by Rentista and Inversionista for those not yet on a pension.
Talk to Laura first and get clear on all these.
Other sites, well intentioned friends and even embassy staff/websites often dispense really wrong information about these issues.
You only need to qualify for one. Laura can tell you which one is ideal for your circumstances and why.
Pensionado – Retire to Costa Rica – Already Retired? Laura can tell you about the minimum personal income and other requirements to get your Costa Rica Residency Card.
Rentista – Immigrate to Costa Rica as a Legal Resident – If you aren’t retired, but you don’t need to work in Costa Rica, Laura can explain the minimum personal income and other requirements you need to immigrate to Costa Rica.
Inversionista – Laura can explain the minimum investment amount, what qualifies and how is it calculated.
Vínculo – Married to a Costa Rican citizen? Laura knows all about the qualifications you need. What you need to provide proof and the time lines to full residency.
Foreign Company Representative
There are also several Temporary Residency categories including Sports or news correspondent, scientist, professional technician & their dependants, and others.
Laura can also answer these common questions about the following highly misunderstood subject:
- What is “CAJA” (ka-ha) – universal health care and where, how do I get it?
- How expensive is this?
- Why do I need it?
- What has this got to do with my Costa Rica Residency Card? (everything)
No.1 comment by clients at the end of the process:
“WOW Laura…! No way we could have done that alone. Good grief.”
100% Success rate!
The alternative reality….