Message for U.S. Citizens:  Health Alert

Health Alert –U.S. Embassy San Jose October 4, 2019 Location: Costa Rica Information:  Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) and other respiratory viruses tend to be very common in Costa Rica from May through September. Respiratory Syncytial Virus causes more serious health problems in children under 1 year of age, and up to two years of age.   A child with ... Read More»

Message for U.S. Citizens:  Consular Outreach Event in Tamarindo

Embassy San Jose is pleased to announce the upcoming Consular event – routine services for U.S. citizens in Tamarindo. Our Consular staff will be on hand to provide the below services in Tamarindo at the date and times indicated and to answer questions. To RSVP for passport renewals, notary services, and federal benefits inquiries, please ... Read More»

Message for U.S. Citizens:  Consular Outreach Event in Tilaran

Embassy San Jose is pleased to announce the upcoming Consular event – routine services for U.S. citizens in Tilaran. Our Consular staff will be on hand to provide the below services in Tilaran at the date and times indicated and to answer questions. To RSVP for passport renewals, notary services, and federal benefits inquiries, please ... Read More»

Security Alert-Possible Protests in San Jose September 3, 2019

Subject: Alert: Security Alert-Possible Protests in San Jose September 3, 2019 Security Alert—U.S. Embassy San Jose According to open source information, two protests may occur on Tuesday morning in San José.  Taxis may begin at 0600 in Loma Linda and drive East on Route 39 to La Casa Presidencial in Zapote.  ANEP Unión members may begin ... Read More»

Message for U.S. Citizens: Consular Outreach Event in Perez Zeledon – September 26 , 2019

Embassy San Jose is pleased to announce the upcoming Consular event – routine services for U.S. citizens in Perez Zeledon. Our Consular staff will be on hand to provide the below services in Perez Zeledon at the date and times indicated and to answer questions. To RSVP for passport renewals, notary services, and federal benefits ... Read More»

This week in the Peace Corps: Bricks to Bread – A success story

The Tico Times Brian Davis / Peace Corps Volunteer October 9, 2018 In July 2017, Peace Corps Volunteer (PCV) Brian was introduced to Nancy Fitzimons Alvarado, a 1989 Peace Corps Volunteer and the co-founder of the non-profit organization, Bricks to Bread. Brian partnered up with Bricks to Bread with the hopes of bringing a great ... Read More»

Message for U.S. Citizens: Consular Outreach Events in Uvita, and Perez Zeledon

San José, September 18, 2018 Embassy San Jose is pleased to announce two upcoming Consular events – routine Consular services for U.S. citizens in and Uvita and a Town Hall event in Perez Zeledon.  Our Consular staff will be on hand to provide the below services in Uvita and to answer any questions. To RSVP for passport renewals, notary ... Read More»

Alert: Ongoing Public Strike and Related Protest Activity in Costa Rica

San José, September 18, 2018 Local and social media report that last week’s demonstrations against the host government’s fiscal plan likely will continue this week throughout Costa Rica, and particularly in San Jose. Protesters may express their opposition by interrupting government services, creating traffic jams, and disrupting local commerce.  This may occur with little or ... Read More»

This week in the Peace Corps: Six Costa Rican students win scholarships to study in United States

The Tico Times Katherine Stanley August 9, 2018 Their outstanding academic performance, English fluency, leadership, and interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) have paid off: six Costa Rican students have won a scholarship for technical studies in the United States. María Nazareth Mata Castillo, Valeria Saborío Barquero, Diego Hernández Montero, Maxwell Jornae Pita ... Read More»

This week in the Peace Corps: Celebrating a scout anniversary

The Tico Times July 30, 2018 Many Peace Corps Volunteers across the country have the opportunity to work with the Guías y Scouts, including the troop pictured above, which was formed one year ago. Volunteer Xavier helped celebrate with them by participating in various scout activities including learning how to build a tent, build a ... Read More»
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