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Regional Conference on Migration

 

 

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Policy to improve the quality of employment and the working conditions and rights, signed in 2004. 

Recently, efforts have been made to sign an agreement with Panama which allows managing labor 

migration flows of Ngöbe-buglé indigenous workers and members of their families.  

In Costa Rica, the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare (MTSS) implements initiatives 

to provide information to employers from the agriculture, agro-industry, and construction sectors. 

In addition, in accordance with the Migration and Immigration Law, recommendations are made 

to allow foreign workers to work in the country, based on special categories stipulated under 

Article 90 of this law, that is: A specific occupation; and trans-border temporary workers who are 

linked to specific projects. 

In the operational sphere, this law is implemented through labor inspection visits, which 

requires appropriate coordination between the Ministry of Labor and the Ministry of Health, the 

Social Security Institute of Costa Rica, and the National Insurance Institute. The purpose of the 

inspection visits is to verify the working conditions provided by enterprises to their workers – both 

nationals and foreigners.  

In addition, Costa Rican authorities are implementing an ongoing process of reviewing the 

procedures to obtain work permits. In the cases of Nicaraguan workers, procedures have been 

simplified: workers may now request a passport or safe-conduct, and guarantee deposits to be made by 

employers have been significantly reduced. Finally, a methodology of quotas for hiring foreigners has 

been established for different productive sectors. According to statistics of the Labor Migration 

Directorate of the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare for the first quarter of 2009, a total number of 

2,300 authorizations have been recorded and an estimated number of 9,000 workers will have entered 

the country under this mode by the end of the year. In addition, both Ministries of Labor have 

developed a binational contract model with the aim of facilitating the process for employers.  

Based on the above, it should be stressed that it is important for the Ministry of Labor and 

Social Welfare that the needs and hiring conditions of migrant workers are established through 

studies, that binational coordination is strengthened to promote orderly migration processes supported 

by countries of origin and destination, and that procedures are implemented through binational efforts 

which are as objective as possible, with employers taking on a lot of responsibility.  

Within this context, the quote of Dr. Oscar Arias Sanchez, President of Costa Rica is 

highlighted: “Poverty and lack of opportunities are undeniably two of the primary factors driving 

human beings to leave their homes. In the case of Central America, I would venture to say that these 

are the primary factors. More than walls and patrolled borders, more than laws and draconian actions, 

the only way to stop migration originating from countries of the region would be through prosperity 

and creating opportunities. Clearly, this is a much greater and more complex challenge than migration 

reform. A true migration policy should begin by being a true social wellbeing policy.” 

Finally, the following quote from Pope John Paul II from the document “In the Church No One 

is a Stranger” should be mentioned: “Exercising the right to enter another country should be regulated 

because practicing this right indiscriminately may cause harm and damage the common good of 

communities… Norms regulating the rights of each individual should be in place to prevent unilateral 

decisions which harm the weakest. However, controlling immigration does not mean forgetting the basic 

principle that immigrants should be treated as human beings and with dignity”. Page 84  

The importance of the presence of Ministries of Labor within the framework of the Regional 

Conference on Migration (RCM) is also stressed, since today migration movements are a result of the 

search for opportunities. Therefore, a topic of this nature could not conceivably be addressed without 

the presence of those institutions that are responsible for managing employment. 



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