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| Updated on Nov 2, 2018

Myanmar visa for Jordanian

Jordanian who wants to tour in Myanmar can now apply for electric visa. To make it easier, iVisa is now assisting travelers with their Myanmar evisa application. Jordanian can apply online for evisa which is an equivalent of consular visa. This means that it is no longer mandatory to go to embassy. Before applying, you have to verify if you are qualified using iVisa’s Visa Checker. In the drop-down menu, pick your country of origin then select Myanmar as your destination. You will know right away if you can proceed with the application once you are eligible.

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What are the requirements?

Bureaucracy can be a painfully slow process but iVisa can sort it out for Jordanian. Just collect then upload the requirements to initiate application. Most are just basic requirements so you may already have most of it. Below is the list of what you need:

  • Valid passport – acquiring a passport should be easy and make sure that it is still valid if you already have one. Avoid wasting time and money by making sure that your passport is not yet expired as this will lead to a denied 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 – your visa will be electronically linked to your passport but you need a printed copy to show at the immigration office in Myanmar. iVisa will send your evisa via e-mail in PDF format so it is advisable to have a spare so print a few copies so that you can put one in each bag.

  • Modes of payment –you will be asked to make the payment for both the visa and service fee for iVisa. Make payment using a credit/debit card or you can use PayPal if you have an account.

Myanmar evisa – the application process

It’s a breeze to complete the online form since acquiring a Myanmar visa is a straightforward. The general information that you will fill in the first step are your e-mail address, name, and your passport info. Select your preferred processing time after you filled in your details. This will determine how much you will need to pay.

Carefully review your details and make necessary revisions in step two. Make sure that all the details are 100% accurate since Jordanian is no longer allowed to revise once your application was processed. Once done with review and revision, follow the on-screen guide to make payment.

You will answer personal questions and upload photos in the last step. Some Jordanian might be required to upload additional requirements but it is a case to case basis. Click the submit button if you are finished then simply wait for the arrival of your evisa.

Processing time and cost

Time is precious for some Jordanian so iVisa is providing three excellent choices. Take note that faster processing time constitutes higher fee. Here is what Jordanian can select:

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

  • Rush processing – for $100, your visa will be ready within two business days.

  • Super Rush processing –you can have your application processed within just 1 business day if you select this option. Viable for urgent situations. You will be charged $130 for this option.

Travelers with Myanmar evisa can legally stay a maximum stay of 28 days. Also, the evisa is valid for 90 days after issue. These document enable Jordanian to enter the country on specified points of entry: Yangon International Airport, Naypyidaw Airport, and Mandalay International Airport if you travelled by air. If you go by land, you are permitted to enter through Tachileik, Myawaddy, and Kaethaung land border checkpoints.

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