A project that seeks to attract remote workers to Costa Rica has passed both debates in the Legislative Assembly and will soon become law.
A law project that seeks to attract remote workers to Costa Rica has passed a first debate in the Legislative Assembly.
United States citizens with an expired passport may be able to use that document to return home throughout 2021, the U.S. State Department says.
For those willing to make the leap, it can be an amazing adventure.
Costa Rica hopes to attract more of these workers through a bill that would grant year-long visas for qualifying digital nomads.
A surging number of people who, since the coronavirus pandemic struck, have turned to the dream of a digital nomad lifestyle.
The project, worked under file No. 22.383, aims to unify the tax obligations for Costa Rica tax residents. Depending on the amount, it would be taxed between 10 and 27.5%.
Correos de Costa Rica announced this week the reactivation of its international mail service to several key locations.