Citizens of Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam are not need to get a visa to visit Myanmar for a stay of up to 14 days if they arrive by air. For any reason, this 14-day stay cannot be extended. Other nations must apply for a visa ahead of time. Some applications may be subject to limitations, requirements, or extra criteria. The reports specify the need for a comprehensive itinerary, a detailed job history, and so on. When applying for a visa, be prepared to answer any unexpected questions (either on the paperwork or by consular employees).
As of September 2014, Myanmar’s E-Visa Online was completely functioning. A digital picture of yourself (verify criteria), $ 50, and an address in Myanmar are required to apply for a visa. It may take up to three business days before a “Visa acceptance letter of entrance to Myanmar” is sent to you.
Another alternative for obtaining your desired Myanmar visa is to utilize the services of a company such as Evisa Asia. You won’t even need to go to a Myanmar embassy this method. The online permission letter is issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs through the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism. You must enter Myanmar through international airports rather than the border. Upon arrival, the visa label will be stamped in your passport.
The Myanmar Embassy in Bangkok may grant a visa the same day. To get the visa the same day, you must inform the person in charge of the visa that you will be leaving the next day. Your visa will be granted later that day, before 3:30 p.m., and will be valid for one year from the date of issuance. There are other visas for 48 and 76 hours that are less expensive.
Myanmar has announced the reintroduction of Visa On Arrival (VOA) for business visas for a number of nations, including all ASEAN member states, beginning in June 2012. Despite rumors that the government has reinstated VOA for visitors, all travelers must now apply via embassies as of June 2012.
The simplest method to get a visa is to apply via a travel agency in your own country. The form is straightforward and needs one or two identity photos. It takes one, two, or three business days in Bangkok (132 Sathorn Nua Road, railway station: Surasak) (the price varies). A normal tourist visa application requires: a completed visa form (available at the Myanmar embassy), a completed arrival form (also available at the embassy), a photocopy of your passport’s picture page, two passport-sized photographs, and the fee (810 baht / USD24). In Hong Kong, you may get the visa if you apply between 09:00 and 12:00 and pick it up after 15:00 the next working day (your passport, 3 passport pictures, business card / letter from your employer, or Permit letter). If you are a student, you will need to provide student identity and pay an application cost of HK $ 150 / USD19.
Tourist visas are only good for three months. The visa is valid for up to four weeks (from the date of arrival), but it may be extended if you are prepared to pay a USD3 per day departure charge. Working on a tourist visa is not permitted, and working without appropriate permission risks being arrested and deported. Successful applicants will also be given a “Arrival Form,” which must be stapled in their passport and submitted upon arrival in Myanmar, together with their passport containing the visa label.