Costa Rican residency as a part of your Plan B

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How would you like to live in one of the most beautiful corners of the world, in a country that is home to lush rainforests, exotic animals, breathtaking waterfalls, beautiful beaches, friendly locals and a tropical climate all year round?

Add a very reasonable cost of living and the absence of any regional conflicts, and you pretty much have a near-ideal place.

And while it may sound like a utopia to you, we assure you – this place exists. 

We are talking about Costa Rica.

In Costa Rica, you can really pick and choose climate-wise. It has everything from a more humid Caribbean coast to milder beaches on the Pacific Ocean side. The coffee-growing highlands of its Central Valley are also cooler and more temperate.

And the best part – it's relatively easy to become a Costa Rican resident.

Plus, considering that the physical presence requirements are very lenient in Costa Rica, it's possible to use this residency as your pure Plan B play – as a back-pocket residency in case some worst-case scenario ever plays out in your home country.

(Total Access members, this information is not new to you. Earlier this week, you received a comprehensive Country Profile on Costa Rica, which covers much more ground than just obtaining residency there.)

For more details on the different ways to obtain Costa Rican residency, and other useful information, check out this SMC Alert.

A solid Plan B consists of options that make sense no matter what the future holds.  Having a rock-solid Plan B means that you won’t be worse off if nothing bad ever happens in the world. But if the proverbial stuff hits the fan, your Plan B solutions will be invaluable for your well-being and…

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