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Rules and guidelines for getting a Myanmar e visa

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To make you fall in love with its magnificent mountains, pristine beaches, serene islands, mesmerizing lakes, and delicious food, Myanmar’s enthralling beauty have an indefinable quality. Myanmar’s spellbinding tourist attractions have a lot to bring to lovers of adventure and nature. Myanmar has its fair share of amazing things to do, being sandwiched between India and the key pillars of Southeast Asia. Apart from this, Myanmar is also a place for all those looking for peace and meditation, particularly in Bagan, since there are many ancient sites here. If you dream of getting in your budget, needs and desires, Myanmar is a great holiday destination. However, you can go to Myanmar in June if you want to stop all that overcrowding and the high prices.

The golden stupa of the shwedagon pagoda yangon

When am I expected to apply for my Myanmar e visa?

Your Myanmar e visa is valid for only Ninety days after it is issued. If you already know your date of arrival in Myanmar, We will check your application for accuracy and process your application at the correct time so that during your entire stay in Myanmar, your e-visa is valid.

How many entries will I get on my Myanmar e visa?

It’s valid for single entry only.

What is the purpose of Myanmar e visa?

On 1 September 2014, Myanmar unveiled an e-visa scheme. For tourism and business purposes only, e-visas are issued online. An e-visa shall be issued within three working days, shall be valid for a period of 90 days from the date of issue, and shall allow a maximum stay of up to 28 days (for tourists) or 70 days (for business travelers with an invitation).

Business E-visa:

The Myanmar e-visa business visa is a compulsory travel requirement for eligible foreign nationals who wish to visit the Republic of Myanmar for business purposes.

Tourist E-visa:

A compulsory travel requirement for foreign nationals from eligible countries who wish to visit the Republic of Myanmar for tourism purposes is a Myanmar electronic visa or e-visa Approval Letter.

When I want to apply for a Myanmar e visa, what conditions should my passport meet?

The applicant’s passport should be valid for at least six months from the date of entry into Myanmar and should have at least one blank page.

Once published, can I change a Tourist E-visa to a Business E-visa?

No, once it has been released, you cannot adjust the form of a visa.

How long does it take for a Myanmar e visa to process it?

Three business days are the normal turn-around time.

I expect to go for a short trip from Myanmar to another country and come back to Myanmar again. Under this period, do I need to apply for two visas?

Yes, there are two e-visas you would need to apply for. Only a single entry is valid for each e-visa.

What documents do I need to give you to process my e-visa and health statement?

To apply for your Tourist or Business e-visa and your Health Declaration online, you will only need to give us the following documents:

Valid Passport Scan: A valid passport scan will need to be submitted so that we can have all your contact details and information.

Passport Photo-graph: Passport-style color picture taken on your application within three months.

Return Flight Ticket: Please note that this document is only valid for 90 days, so you can only stay for a certain amount of time in this country. This is why you can display them a legitimate return flight ticket from the immigration officers.

Evidence of accommodation: you can use your voucher for your hotel reservation or a letter from your host in Myanmar.

Valid Email Address: Because these documents are sent directly to your email address, you must provide us with a valid email address to receive them.

Payment method: You will be able to pay for the fees by using Paypal or any of your credit or debit cards.

Additional documents required for business purposes:

  • Letter of Invitation (if appropriate)
  • Business Inviting Company Registration (if applicable)

What are the steps to apply for a Myanmar e visa from click2visas?

It is quite simple to complete the request. Please follow the below steps carefully:

1. Choose the departure and arrival country, select the required visa type, enter your name, and click ‘CLICK TO START.’

2. Verify the visa fee and terms and conditions on the next page.

3. On the third page, enter your basic details in the respective field and upload the necessary documents (you can upload the documents in a later stage also).

4. After that, review and confirm the information of your form, then proceed with the payment. We support all types of cards for payment.

5. You will receive the invoice and a confirmation mail with a link in your registered email id.

6. Click the link and complete the remaining form (you can also upload the document in this stage) and submit it for processing.

7. Once the e-visa is approved, click2visas will send your visa to your email in PDF format.

Mandalay palace, located in mandalay, myanmar,

If I have more doubts or unresolved questions, where can I find more info about Myanmar e visa?

If you need more details about Myanmar e visa, you can contact us, and we will be happy to assist you. Moreover, you can get more info here. Start your adventure today, and worry about what you should take on your trip and leave the rest to us.

Does the child need a separate Myanmar e visa?

No, Children’s are under-aged must be accompanied by an adult to apply. The visa for children is not subject to any extra costs.

At any border crossing, can I enter Myanmar with my e-visa, or is it limited?

There are limitations on whether an e-visa can be used. The only available e-visa ports of entry to Myanmar are as follows,

One of the 3 International Airports:

  • Yangon,
  • Mandalay,
  • Nay Pyi Taw

One of the 5 International Land Border Checkpoints:

  • Tachileik,
  • Myawaddy,
  • Kawthaung,
  • Tamu-Moreh,
  • Rih Khaw Dar-Zokhawthar.
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