Relocation

There are always hurdles anytime you need to relocate. But moving to a foreign country is an entirely different beast. If you have been thinking about moving to Costa Rica or if you are ready to take the leap, we can help make the process much easier for you. We have gone through it all (as we moved here) and we have been assisting others relocate for 7 years.

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There are so many things to think on when moving to another country. In fact, there is too much information to list on one page. Contact us with any relocation questions that you have HERE, and we’ll get back to you with specific answers as well as answers regarding related topics.

Here are a few examples of things you should think about concerning relocation to Costa Rica:

1.   Spend some time in your ideal area of Costa Rica as well as time in other areas around the country.

Some places may be great for a weeklong vacation, but might not be so fantastic for full time living. If you can’t spend a sufficient amount of time researching different areas, compare what you know of your proposed new region to what you are already accustomed to and what you already know you like.

EI- If you have always lived in a big city, then moving to a rural town might seem like a great idea at first, but how long until you are craving the hustle and bustle of city life? Or do you want to slow your pace of life down? So, maybe a change from city life to a more rural area is what you need.

2.   Shipping your belongings. What is important to you? What items should you bring? And what should you leave behind?

This can get tricky. You can purchase absolutely anything you may need here in Costa Rica. I tend to go by the rule of, “if you have newer, expensive electronics and furniture, bring those kinds of items.” House wares and smaller items can be gotten fairly affordably here in Costa Rica. Also, is it worth it to import you current vehicle? Well, this all depends on the make and model, year and how much it will be taxed. Click here for more information on bringing your vehicle to Costa Rica.

3.   Make lists and gather documentation.

You will probably need to make a list of all the people who will need to know that you are moving out of the country, this includes your bank and other financial managers. Also, contact all the memberships and subscriptions that you should have cancelled. Make lists of departments that you may need to contact, this includes the Costa Rican consulate in the United States. Furthermore, get all of your documentation in line while you are still in the U.S. or Canada. This can be a pain to accomplish while out of country if you and your wife/husband were born in different states and then married in another.

4.   Copies of medical and dental records, histories of vaccinations and X-rays if possible for the entire family.

 5.   Do you have pets? If so get the proper vaccinations and certifications to transport your animal internationally.

 6.   Think ahead on setting up a U.S. mailing address. Usually they are out of Miami. Also, Costa Rican bank accounts, driver’s license, and cellular telephones. You’re U.S. driver’s license expires in Costa Rica after 90 days.

 These are just a few of the things that one should think about while preparing to move to Costa Rica.

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