Costa Rica Visa

Costa Rica Visa

Costa Rica Visa

Select Your Costa Rica Visa Type Below

  1. General Information and Eligibility
  2. Costa Rica Tourist Visa Requirements
  3. Costa Rica Tourist Visa Extension Requirements
  4. Costa Rica Transit Visa Requirements
  5. Costa Rica Temporary Residence Visa Requirements
  6. Costa Rica Marriage Visa Requirements
  7. Costa Rica Religious Visa Requirements
  8. Costa Rica Executives, Managers and Technical Staff Visa Requirements
  9. Costa Rica Investor Visa Requirements
  10. Costa Rica Scientists, Professions, or Intern Visa Requirements
  11. Costa Rica Athlete Visa Requirements
  12. Costa Rica Annuitant Visa Requirements
  13. Costa Rica Retirement Visa Requirements
  14. Costa Rica Work Visa Requirements
  15. Costa Rica Student Visa Requirements
  16. Costa Rica Family Reunion Visa Requirements

Visa Hunter’s Miscellaneous Tips for the Costa Rica Visa

  • Frequently asked questions for Costa Rica are answered beautifully here.
  • Latest health and vaccination information here.
  • As stated at the U.S. State Department website, individuals planning to study in Costa Rica can only apply for a student visa from Costa Rican Immigration after arriving in the country. ¬†Neither the Costa Rican Embassy in Washington, D.C. nor its Consulates in the United States have the authority to issue student visas.
  • Anybody – including American citizens — traveling to Costa Rica from certain countries in South America and Sub-Saharan Africa must provide evidence of a valid yellow fever vaccination prior to entry. The countries considered at risk are: Angola, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of Congo, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Guyana and Venezuela.

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