Americas Jun 6, 2012
The Braille passports will be available in January.
Along with the passport, the residency cedula will also be available in Braille.
According to immigration officials there is no additional cost for the service or to the government.
In addition, immigration documents will also be made available in the Cabercar and Bribri language of Costa Rica’s natives.
Authorities estimate that 10% of the population will benefit from the changes.