The New Costa Rica Immigration Law at The REAL Costa Rica Blog
Even tougher and they are enforcing their law, unlike the US. That last may be why those who would invade another country head to the US rather than relocate their family to CR or try to do a work and send money home scheme.
In fact CR seems to have some common sense solutions that we don't here. One of which is the requirement of citizenship or legal presence in the country to rent or buy a place to live. Thanks for pointing me to that. Sounds like a perfectly good element to add to the mix of our own law. That and actually enforcing it.
But to remind you of what you asked and what I provided:
Originally Posted by JasperL
OK, name one that even comes close to offering the same opportunities as the U.S. Honduras? Good choice with the highest murder rate in the world, controlled by the gangs. El Salvador is also good - the murder rate there is just 10 times that of the U.S.