Living in Costa Rica can be exciting, but also challenging. One organization that hwas been assisting those living or retiring in Costa Rica is the Association of Residents of Costa Rica.
Ryan Piercy, a Canadian, runs the Association that helps residents, wanna be residents and visitors with information on living in and moving to Costa Rica, assistance with insurance, information on immigration procedures for becoming legal residents, social activities and more.
The arcr.net website is the place to start for anyone considering a move to Costa Rica, be it to live, work or retire.
Monthly seminars and a members newsletter is just two of the many ways the Arcr can help.
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