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906, 2021

LAW TO ATTRACT INVESTORS, RENTISTAS, AND RETIREES HAS BEEN APPROVED IN FIRST DEBATE

By |9 de June de 2021|Categories: NEWS|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

LAW TO ATTRACT INVESTORS, RENTISTAS, AND RETIREES HAS BEEN APPROVED IN FIRST DEBATE On June 8th, 2021, the Costa Rican Assembly approved in first debate the Bill of Law N. 22156 in advantage of Investors, Rentors (“Rentistas”) and Retirees. This Bill of Law brings new benefits for foreigners interested in Temporary Residencies in Costa Rica, and the purpose is [...]

406, 2021

VEHICULAR RESTRICTIONS FROM JUNE 7TH TO JULY 11TH

By |4 de June de 2021|Categories: NEWS|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

VEHICULAR RESTRICTIONS FROM JUNE 7TH TO JULY 11TH As of today, Friday June 4th in the morning, new vehicular restrictions were released by the Government, and these will go on for the whole month of June and part of July. Following, we will explain how they will work out: From Monday 7th to Sunday 13th: The vehicular restriction implemented [...]

2905, 2021

EXTENSION OF RESTRICTIONS UNTIL JUNE 6TH

By |29 de May de 2021|Categories: NEWS|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

EXTENSION OF RESTRICTIONS UNTIL JUNE 6TH On May 28th, 2021, the Government announced it will continue enforcing the measures implemented to face the sanitary emergency as follows: Vehicular Restriction by Plates in the whole Country: The vehicular restriction implemented under a scheme of alternate license plates will be kept from May 31st to June 6th, according to the following [...]

1805, 2021

LATEST UPDATE ON RESTRICTIONS AND MEASURES FOR MAY

By |18 de May de 2021|Categories: NEWS|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

LATEST UPDATE ON RESTRICTIONS AND MEASURES FOR MAY As we have seen it in the past few weeks, the cases of COVID-19 have been increasing all over the country. Today, March 18th, 2021, Government Officials have issued new restrictions to avoid the spreading of this virus. Following, we will explain said restrictions: Vehicular Restriction by Plates in the [...]

1105, 2021

NEW CHANGES TO THE RESTRICTIONS ISSUED BY THE GOVERNMENT

By |11 de May de 2021|Categories: NEWS|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments

NEW CHANGES TO THE RESTRICTIONS ISSUED BY THE GOVERNMENT Due to the increase in COVID cases in the last few weeks, the Costa Rican Government took the decision to keep restrictions until the end of May, and to go back to some of the first measurements from the pandemic. As follows, these restrictions will be explained. Vehicular Restriction [...]

305, 2021

NEW RESTRICTIONS ISSUED BY THE GOVERNMENT, TO BE APPLIED STARTING MAY 3RD, 2021

By |3 de May de 2021|Categories: NEWS|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

NEW RESTRICTIONS ISSUED BY THE GOVERNMENT, TO BE APPLIED IN THE CENTRAL REGION Due to the increase in COVID cases in the past two weeks, the Costa Rican Government has made the decision to bring some restrictions back for the Central Region. These restrictions will not apply to the other areas, only the Central Region at the moment. [...]

2904, 2021

NEW DEADLINE TO SUBMIT THE TRANSPERENCY AND FINAL BENEFICIARIES REGISTRY (“RTBF”)

By |29 de April de 2021|Categories: NEWS|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

  NEW DEADLINE TO SUBMIT THE TRANSPERENCY AND FINAL BENEFICIARIES REGISTRY (“RTBF”) Since COVID cases have been increasing rather than decreasing, Costa Rican Tax Administration decided to publish on April 29th, 2021 the resolution N˚DGT-ICD-R-17-2021 to extend the term to submit of the RTBF report until May 31st, 2021. Original deadline was by the end of April. We [...]

2404, 2021

TIGHTENING OF VEHICULAR RESTRICTIONS STARTING TUESDAY APRIL 27, 2021

By |24 de April de 2021|Categories: NEWS|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

TIGHTENING OF VEHICULAR RESTRICTIONS STARTING TUESDAY APRIL 27, 2021 To face the latest increase of COVID-19 cases and the precarious situation of ICU beds, the Costa Rican Government announced on April 24th, 2021, a tightening in the vehicular restrictions: starting April 27, 2021 (and until May 16, 2021) private vehicles will not be able to circulate from 9 p.m. [...]

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