Work and living in Costa Rica for three months

For anyone living or traveling in Costa Rica.
KeshlynNew Member
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Work and living in Costa Rica for three months

Post Fri Dec 18, 2009 3:03 pm

Hellooooo,
Does anyone know if its possible to find work in Costa rica. Will I need visa for three months? I called the embassy andthe person that answered pratcially told me to work under the table lol. Im trying to figure out how to make this work. I want to leave feb 5 and most likely will be travelling alone.
Pura vida
costaricalawyerNew Member
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Re: Work and living in Costa Rica for three months

Post Wed Jun 30, 2010 12:47 pm

Hello
My name is Giovanna Barrantes. I'm a Lic Attorney in Costa Rica. I'm also a member of this forum.
I will be more than glad to answer any visa/work issues in Costa Rica.
Best Wishes
Giovanna Barrantes
orleamNew Member
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Re: Work and living in Costa Rica for three months

Post Wed Oct 27, 2010 3:22 am

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Guy CourchesneCanuckAbroad Regular
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Re: Work and living in Costa Rica for three months

Post Thu Nov 04, 2010 6:16 am

Keshlyn wrote:Hellooooo,
Does anyone know if its possible to find work in Costa rica. Will I need visa for three months? I called the embassy andthe person that answered pratcially told me to work under the table lol. Im trying to figure out how to make this work. I want to leave feb 5 and most likely will be travelling alone.
Pura vida


What kind of work are you looking for? When and if a visa is available to you (and it probably won't be for such a short stay), it will be tied to the type of employment you have.

Most Canadians and Americans that seek work in Costa Rica teach English.

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