New area now for passports

The immigration service has put into use a new hall for persons seeking passports. The structure cost $110,000 and was paid for with help from the International Organization for Immigration.

The immigration director, Kathya Rodríguez Araica, said that the structure also would be used for gatherings of foreigners to further the agency’s mandate to integrate foreigners into the Costa Rican culture.

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