Previous to your appointment for the signature you would need to present by email:
A draft of the power of attorney provided by your lawyer in Costa Rica, where it will indicate all the actions that you will authorize the person to do on your behalf (it must be provided in Word format)
Scanned photocopy of the Costa Rican identification card (for Costa Rican nationals) or passport (for foreigners) of the person granting the power of attorney.
Scanned photocopy of the Costa Rica identification card (in case of Costa Rican citizens) or passport (in case of foreigners) of the person to whom you’re granting the power of attorney to represent you in Costa Rica.
If the actions are related to a company, a certification of the legal representatives of the company (personería jurídica) is required.
The before mentioned documents would be revised to check if further requirements are needed. Once all the requirements are met, an appointment would be provided for the person to come to the Consulate to sign the Power of Attorney.
The day of the appointment, the person granting the power of attorney would need to present the original of his/her Costa Rican identification card (if Costa Rican) or passport (if foreigner) and the deposit slip confirming the payment for the service.
The cost is US$100 per act that can be deposited in any branch of the TD Canada Trust, in the account N°02296-004-7304961, under the name of “Embassy of Costa Rica, Consular Services”. If a wire transfer is made, additional US$14 have to be deposited to cover bank fees.
The information should be sent to the email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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