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| Updated on Nov 2, 2018

Myanmar visa for Chinese

You can obtain an evisa if you wish to travel to Myanmar. It is a consular visa in digital format that Chinese can now apply online using iVisa’s services. It does not require a trip to the embassy so there will be minimal effort on your part. All you have to do is check your eligibility by using iVisa’s Visa Checker. Select your country of origin from the drop-down menu then choose Myanmar as the destination. You will be able to apply right there and then if you are eligible for Myanmar evisa.

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What is required of you?

iVisa will deal with the bureaucracy so Chinese don’t have to get stressed with it. Your application will start as soon as you have provided all the necessary documents. It is possible that you already have most of the documents since these can be obtained without any difficulty. Here is a list of what you need to provide:

  • Valid passport – first on the list is the passport which can be acquired easily. Make sure of its validity since an expired passport will lead to a rejected application.

  • Digital photo of yourself – it should be the most recent photo. Make sure that it meets the criteria (white background, no face gestures, etc.)

  • E-mail address – while the visa will be electronically linked to your passport, you need a copy to show at the immigration office in Myanmar. iVisa will send your evisa via e-mail in PDF format. It never hurts to have a spare so print a few copies so that you can put one in each bag.

  • Mode of payment – you will be asked to make the payment for both the visa and service fee for iVisa during the application process. You can pay using a credit or debit card. You can also pay through PayPal if you have an account.

Myanmar evisa – the application process

The Myanmar evisa application form is divided into three easy steps for Chinese. It only takes 5 minutes to input your general information starting with your e-mail address and name and ending up with your passport info. Your visa cost is determined by the processing time that you choose.

You will be doing a quick revision and payment in second step. Simply follow the on-screen instructions. It is crucial for Chinese to carefully input all information. Once your application has been processed, revisions are no longer permitted after so always check your details.

The last step is made of personal questionnaire and photo upload. There will be different requirements for each Chinese so additional documents might be needed. Once the steps are completed, just click on the submit button then wait for your visa to arrive within your preferred timeframe.

Processing time and cost

iVisa have three amazing options for Chinese who places utmost importance to time. Logically, your visa cost is higher for a faster processing time. Here is what Chinese can go for:

  • Standard processing – Only $70, it is the cheapest option you have. iVisa will have your application processed within three business days.

  • Rush processing – this time, your visa will be ready within two business days for a cost of $100.

  • Super Rush processing – if you find yourself in a hurry or if you have an emergency, you can choose this option and have your application processed within just 1 business day. You will be charged $130 for this option.

The Myanmar evisa permits a maximum stay of 28 days and is valid for 90 days after issue. Also, take note that this type of document will enable Chinese to enter the country on specific points of entry: Yangon International Airport, Naypyidaw Airport, and Mandalay International Airport if you travel by air. You can only enter through Tachileik, Myawaddy, and Kaethaung land border checkpoints if you go by land.

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