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.

 

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