Ticos Need Bank Info For U.S. Visa Interview

December 21, 2007

Costa Ricans traveling to the United States as non-immigrants – tourists or business travelers – must now bring a copy of their bank statement to their interview, the U.S. Embassy said in a statement.

For more information about the visa application process, see the consulate’s Web site, http://sanjose.usembassy.gov.

 

You may be interested

Honduran opposition protesters take to the streets
Central America
814 views
Central America
814 views

Honduran opposition protesters take to the streets

Noe Leiva / AFP - December 15, 2017

Supporters of the leftist opposition in Honduras blocked streets in various cities around that country on Friday, despite political repression,…

Of snow, kindness and Northern Lights: a Costa Rican in Manitoba, Canada
Please Send Coffee!
1888 views
Please Send Coffee!
1888 views

Of snow, kindness and Northern Lights: a Costa Rican in Manitoba, Canada

Gustavo Díaz Cruz - December 14, 2017

My mom named me Gustavo Adolfo. I was born in Puntarenas, next to the sea, but my home was in…

Response to disaster: aid successes, struggles in post-Maria Puerto Rico
Weather
1429 views
Weather
1429 views

Response to disaster: aid successes, struggles in post-Maria Puerto Rico

John McPhaul - December 13, 2017

As Costa Rica joins many other nations in looking back upon the horrendous 2017 hurricane season, longtime Tico Times contributor…