Costa Rican Government Purchases ID Cards for $ 2.8 million

The immigration officials in Costa Rica closed a deal with LaserCard Corporation, for the supply of identification cards for residents.

Monday, September 20, 2010

In a press release, the U.S. company said the new cards will have the same security technology used by the "Green Cards" from the U.S. government.

Roberto Devicenzi, Chairman of LaserCard, commented that "the Government of Costa Rica has shown leadership in applying advanced technology in identification cards to control immigration."



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The National Registry of Persons in Guatemala is putting out to tender a supply of 2.5 million cards for printing personal identification documents.

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Visas to Enter Costa Rica

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New immigration regulations state which foreigners require visas to enter the country and the length of their stay.

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