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Costa Rican passport

Costa Rican passport
The front cover of a contemporary Costa Rican passport
Issued by  Costa Rica
Type of document Passport
Purpose Identification
Eligibility requirements Costa Rican citizens
Expiration 6 years after acquisition

Costa Rican passports are issued to Costa Rican citizens to travel outside of Costa Rica. Currently, it is valid for 6 years (10 years before 2006). It is issued to people born on Costa Rican soil (who are citizens by default), and to children of Costa Rican citizens born abroad, who are reported to the nearest Costa Rican embassy (whose birth, immediately after such report, is recorded in the civil registry). Children born overseas to a Costa Rican citizen are Costa Rican by birth, not by naturalisation, as stated in the Constitution of Costa Rica.

Appearance

It is dark blue on the outside, with letters and the Costa Rican coat of arms in gilded-looking letters.

See also

External links

  • Images of a 1980 Costa Rican passport from www.passportland.com

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