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Secretary of State making first LatAm trip, arrives in Costa Rica today

The head of US diplomacy, Antony Blinken, will visit Costa Rica on his first trip to Latin America

U.S. State Department lifts ‘Do Not Travel’ advisory for Costa Rica

The United States on Tuesday lifted a warning that advised its citizens to avoid all travel to Costa Rica.

U.S. State Department drops ‘Do Not Travel’ advisory for Guatemala & Nicaragua, but not Costa Rica

The United States on Thursday lifted a warning to its citizens to avoid all foreign travel due to the coronavirus pandemic, pointing to improvements.

U.S. State Department lifts global travel advisory, but keeps Costa Rica at Level 4

The United States on Thursday lifted a warning to its citizens to avoid all foreign travel due to the coronavirus pandemic, pointing to improvements.

U.S. State Department issues global advisory: Do not travel abroad

The U.S. State Department on Thursday issued a Global Level 4 Health Advisory, asking its citizens to avoid all international travel due to the global impact of COVID-19.

U.S. State Department issues global advisory: Reconsider all travel abroad

The U.S. State Department on Wednesday night issued a Global Level 3 Health Advisory, asking its citizens to reconsider travel abroad due to the global impact of COVID-19.

Want a US visa? Be prepared to share your social-media accounts

The U.S. Embassy recommends completing the application process in advance, since there can be long waiting times during the summer months in the United States.

US removes Cuba from terror blacklist in landmark move

The decision means Cuba will now have better access to U.S. banking facilities and aid, and a ban on arms exports and sales is also lifted.

Costa Rican lawmakers urge political asylum for Venezuela opposition

Costa Rican Foreign Minister Manuel González told reporters on Tuesday that the government would not extend offers of asylum to Venezuelan opposition leaders, but that any requests would be treated like all others.

$1 billion for Central America, but not Costa Rica?

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden caught the attention of Central America watchers after publishing an op-ed in The New York Times on Jan. 29, announcing that President Barack Obama would ask Congress for $1 billion in aid to the isthmus. The three troubled countries known as the Northern Triangle – El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras – were prominently featured in the article, but Nicaragua and Costa Rica were not listed among the would-be recipients.

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