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About TeAmo

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  1. Thanks for clearing that up. I'm still looking and waiting on an email with more info on a house with 3 bedrooms for $900. They're have been some other options but Jaco centro is an expensive place.
  2. Thank you! So, electricity is the same price as in the rest of the country, but the appliances used by beach houses are what increases the price?
  3. That's a good point. But are you saying the electricity is more expensive in Jaco, or is it because of the type of houses there? Yes, great tip. I'm in the process of contacting them. Thanks, I really appreciate your help,
  4. Thanks for the suggestions! Some really good tips. Earlier this year we stayed a week in Jaco, but there were no plans yet to go and live in the place. Guess I'll have to go back and look for opportunities. BTW, the 4 bedroom house or condo I mentioned in my first post now has a budget of $1300. (You never know :-).
  5. Iam looking for a rental house in Jaco. Ive tried other sites but without much luck. So here goes: I'm looking for a 3 bedroom house or condo in the Jaco area for a maximum rent of $650. Or a 4 bedroom house or condo for a maximum rent of $1300. If you have any ideas, please let me know. Thanks!
  6. Thanks, Eleano, for the encouragement. There here now, so I guess we'll have to wait and see how it turns out.
  7. They're in the Netherlands right now but will be coming to CR in October. If they get the letter just before they leave, it will be expired by the time they'll be able to renew their cédulas. They can only renew 3 months before the cédulas expire. By then, the letter will have more than 6 months since it was emitted.
  8. Assuming that the letter needs to be less than 6 months old....
  9. ...and it gets worse. My parents could probably get the letter, but when they're here in Costa Rica it will have expired. They've already bought their tickets, so on the surface it seems there's not much they can do.
  10. Thanks, for the info. I appreciate your help. It seems like a somewhat complicated matter, though. I'll let me parents now how you guys think about the matter and then I guess it's up to them to make a decision on what's best. Thanks for the help!
  11. Hi all, So my parents have to renew their cedula por pensiado in a few months time. Right now they're still in the Netherlands so they can still obtain documents if needed. I've review the requirements for renewal and there's something I don't understand: What kind of document can this be? And I assume it must be translated have the apostilles? If you know more than I do, please let me know. All the best
  12. Thats great to hear! Thanks very much for the information....I appreciate your help!
  13. Hi, I have a little question. My mother in-law (Tica) is 65 years old and can now travel for free in buses. Can foreigners with a residencia cédula also obtain this right? Or is it solely for Ticos? Please let me know if you have any info on that. Thanks!
  14. Correct. I have to go every year because I'm married to a Tica. Now, since I got the cedula more than three years ago I could solicit the permanent residency (renewal every three years) but I'd have to pay a bigger sum of money which I can't afford. I have another question which I hope you can help me with. My parents are now secured separately but they want to be secured together in order to save some money. However, when renewing their cedula what document or receipt does my mother has to show then? I mean there would be only be one receipt from la caja and it would wear my father's name.

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