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Fri, 19 Nov 2021 22:55 EST
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Ahmad Ali Mahter
Thu, 7 Jan 2016 13:47 EST
visit visa information for Costa Rica.
Dear Sir,

Have a nice day,I am Malaysia citizine. I wish to visit Central America Costa rica also.I want to buy a ticket for Travel. they ask me for visa. I am on visit now a days in Brazil. now I saw your address for this I am email to you to get the information regading visit visa.
May I requiered a visit visa for Costa Rica or not. if yes how can I get the visa for costa rica in Brazil.?
I will be highly thankful to you for a kind information.

thank you very much.

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