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started by: sushkom · last update: 1569232298 · posted: 1569232298

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started by: sam-opigez-936158 · last update: 1555112275 · posted: 1555112275

We are not 100% sure yet but most probably we will be moving to Costa Rica within a few months and would like to have some help as far as shipping our goods. shipping to Costa Rica .  We get some shipping rates from USG, ICR and few others but does it even worth to bring the whole things?Is it better to buy the items locally or go through the whole shipping and customs clearance process?  

started by: Catherine-Gaither-882582 · last update: 1482955836 · posted: 1482955836

Hi Everyone, I am looking for information on importing a vehicle to Costa Rica from the US. I found the information provided on this site, but my question relates to a new law that is possibly in the process of being passed. Supposedly, CR is implementing a new law that would restrict the importation of vehicles older than 10 years, and because of that, shipping companies now won't ship vehicles older than 10 years. BUT, we talked to a guy in customs who said we could still do it if we do it soon. He says the law has not been passed yet, but it will be soon. Others say it has been passed, but has not yet taken effect. So, there seems to be some confusion about this law.Does anyone know about this law? Has it actually been passed yet? If so, when will it go into effect? Has it already gone into effect? It seems like that would be useful information that would likely be on this site if it had, but....??? Any information or help would be greatly appreciate. I am trying to avoid paying a bunch of money only to find out that I will not be able to bring the truck in - it was a truck of my aunt and uncle's, both of whom died in the past few years. They bought it new in 2000, but they were both elderly and never drived it much before each died. It only has 32,000 miles on it. It's a great truck that would be nice to have here, and for all intensive purposes, it is brand new. So, I appreciate any info that anyone has. Thanks so much!Best, Cathy

started by: patty-549001 · last update: 1450043589 · posted: 1450043589

I'd love to know how this was thought of - the format for the dates for retirement!!! Date of birth lottery! https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/310231/spa-timetable.pdf Sorry we do not need to hear that "life is not fair" - this is unjust. This is not a male against female rant! Please sign the petition below and see the WASPI site on Facebook for more info. https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/110776

started by: rogamil · last update: 1445050806 · posted: 1444858891

Hi Everyone, My company is based in the US but we will be running training classes in San Jose. Can you recommend a place where we can send PDF files to be printed and either spiral bound or put into 3-ring binders? Thanks, Gale

started by: Malcolm-904802 · last update: 1433818418 · posted: 1433818418

Hey all. Is it true that they filmed that Will Smith film he starred in with his son in Costa Rica? If so, where?

started by: pirate-ninja80 · last update: 1430405771 · posted: 1430405771

does anyone have an info on starting a neighbourhood watch scheme in my area?

started by: Amelia-994562 · last update: 1430318503 · posted: 1430078573

Does anyone have any info on locally operating charities who would like volunteers?

started by: El Rayo · last update: 1428972054 · posted: 1428800300

Isn't this a great thing to read - Costa Rica has only used renewable energy sources this year! http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/centralamericaandthecaribbean/costarica/11489426/Costa-Rica-has-only-used-renewable-energy-this-year.html

started by: Tekky Dude · last update: 1426722752 · posted: 1426722752

Looking for recommendations for which museums are best to visit?

started by: El Rayo · last update: 1425346466 · posted: 1420414177

Can anyone recommend a good bird identifcation guide please?

started by: TarrieB · last update: 1420550301 · posted: 1420296221

Can anyone recommend a professional business card printing service?

started by: George-978434 · last update: 1418420869 · posted: 1418420869

Whoa, more changes on AngloINFO? You guys have been busy? Yes! Hot on the heels of AngloINFO Jobs, we’re launching another new section which is critical to expat life – AngloINFO Jobs. We’re testing it out on French Riviera at the moment, and will make a big announcement once we’ve ironed out any bugs that we come across and are ready to roll it out to the rest of the AngloINFO world. In the meantime, feel free to look around and use it, and if you come across any issues, just let us know.   What is AngloINFO Jobs and what can it do for me? AngloINFO Jobs is the name of the new jobs, careers and recruitment section on AngloINFO. Here, you can search through hundreds of thousands of job vacancies to find the one that’s perfect for you, wherever in the world you are (or want to be!). You can access the new AngloINFO Jobs section from anywhere on AngloINFO by clicking on “Jobs” in the top navigation bar.   If you’re an active job seeker, or interested in browsing vacancies in case that dream job shows up, AngloINFO Jobs has some great functionality to help you find relevant jobs. Register on AngloINFO Jobs and you can: search hundreds of thousands of vacancies – in your local area and around the world upload your CV so recruiters and headhunters can find you sign up for job alert emails so you never miss out create an online profile connect AngloINFO Jobs to your LinkedIn profile search for opportunities by location, industry or contract type If you’re an employer or a recruiter, AngloINFO Jobs is the place to advertise your vacancies. Not only will your job be advertised to candidates already living in your local area, but it will also be seen across the entire AngloINFO network whenever a job hunter’s search matches your job. This ensures that you get the maximum exposure for your job ad and a better chance of finding the perfect candidate.   I’m looking for a job. What’s the best way for me to use AngloINFO Jobs? There are a number of ways in which AngloINFO Jobs can help you find the perfect job in your dream location. Start by using the job search on the AngloINFO Jobs landing page. You can search by Job Title or Location, or you by Sector using the Advanced Search List of Categories. Once you’ve done a search, save it! Enter a title for the search you’ve just done and your email address, and we’ll let you know every time a new job matching your search criteria is added. That way you can be sure you never miss out on a job for which you’d be perfect. Click on “Upload CV” in the top menu bar to create an account and upload your CV. Once your CV is online, recruiters and headhunters can find and contact you with opportunities that they think you’d be suited to.   I’m looking for someone to fill a vacancy. What’s the best way for me to use AngloINFO Jobs? If you have a job to advertise, then AngloINFO Jobs is the best place to find the right candidates. Not only will your job vacancy be shown on all AngloINFO sites whenever someone searches for criteria matching your job, but as a job advertiser you’ll also be able to view the CVs of candidates in our database who match your requirements. So you can actively seek the perfect person.   Why can’t I add new posts to the Jobs Wanted and Jobs Offered Classifieds categories? The new AngloINFO Jobs section offers many more features to help you actively find or advertise jobs. Over the next few weeks we’ll phase out jobs from the Classifieds altogether, so we’ve switched off the option to add new ones. We hope that you’ll advertise your job via AngloINFO Jobs so that you can see the results for yourself. I have paid for a Featured Classified in one of the jobs categories. What will happen to my ad? If you have a live Featured Classified in one of the jobs categories, it will still show in whichever category you paid for it to appear in. If your ad is still live when we switch off the jobs classifieds, we’ll migrate you over to the new AngloINFO Jobs section – but don’t worry, we’ll email you in advance to let you know what will happen. If you’d rather move your job ad to the new AngloINFO Jobs section now, just contact us and we’ll be happy to help.   What will happen to existing basic job Classifieds? We hope that people with basic job Classifieds will decide to advertise their properties in the new AngloINFO Jobs section so that they can take advantage of the powerful new features. Eventually, existing basic ads will disappear when we switch off the jobs sections of the Classifieds but we’ll email everyone in advance to let them know what to expect.

started by: El Rayo · last update: 1418074608 · posted: 1418074608

The stone has fallen out of the setting on my ring and I wondered if anyone could recommend a jeweller to re-set it please.

started by: Yolandi-964080 · last update: 1417448412 · posted: 1416840389

Have I missed the switching on of the lights?

started by: Yolandi-964080 · last update: 1416414739 · posted: 1415728837

As you'll probably all know the Turrialba volcano is very active at the moment. I heard people talking about taking a trip to see it, but is that really a safe thing to do?

started by: Eclipse-964079 · last update: 1415981826 · posted: 1414620280

Where is the best place for buying craft materials?

started by: Airyfairy · last update: 1415728554 · posted: 1415418220

Are you as concerned as I am about the plastic rubbish, including the ubiquitous plastic water bottles, that we see everywhere?  If so, join the global campaign to do something about it! If everybody does a little, a lot will be achieved.  http://www.thepetitionsite.com/656/074/365/pledge-to-clean-up-some-plastic-rubbish-every-day/ Thank you.

started by: pirate-ninja80 · last update: 1415632626 · posted: 1414971104

As the title really, any recommendations welcomed.

started by: Yolandi-964080 · last update: 1414542540 · posted: 1413288566

My daughter would like to be a model and I want to give her the chance to try. But I know there are many dodgy agencies that will try to rip us off. Can anyone recommend a reliable agency or other tips on kids modelling?

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