You can acquire a Myanmar eVisa if you wish to visit Myanmar and you have a Norwegian passport. This is great news for Norwegian Citizens because a trip to the embassy is no longer needed, so there will be less effort for you. All you have to do is follow the instructiones written below.
Frequently Asked Questions / FAQs
Do I need a visa to Myanmar if I'm Norwegian?
Yes, you need a visa to travel to Myanmar. However, you could simply apply for this visa online and save a lot of time.
What is a Myanmar eVisa?
The Myanmar eVisa is a consular visa in electronic format. Norwegian Citizens can apply for this eVisa using iVisa’s services online.
How many types of Myanmar eVisas exist?
You have the opportunity to apply for two types of visa: The Tourist and Business eVisa.
What requirements do you need?
iVisa will deal with the bureaucracy of this process, so you don't have to worry about it. However, you still need to offer some documents and information. For your convenience, these requirements can be obtained without any difficulty. Here is a list of what you have to provide:
Applicant's Photo Passport Personal Details Scan (if applicable) Medical proof of COVID-19 vaccination (if applicable) Proof of Travel Medical Insurance Return Ticket Proof of Accommodation
Passport Personal Details Scan (if applicable)
Medical proof of COVID-19 vaccination (if applicable)
Proof of Travel Medical Insurance
Proof of Accommodation
As we will provide your eVisa via email in PDF format, you must provide a valid email address. Remember that you need to present a print copy of the eVisa once you arrive in Myanmar, so please be sure to present a valid email address to inform you all about the status of your eVisa.
Also, keep in mind that during the application process, you will be required to make the online payment. Our options for payment are credit or debit card, and Paypal.
How long is the Myanmar eVisa valid for?
What are the processing times and fees for the Myanmar eVisa?
iVisa has three amazing options for anyone who have time constraints. Your visa price is higher for faster processing time. Here is what you can go for:
Standard processing (7 Business Days) - USD $99.49.
Rush processing (5 Business Days) - USD $154.99.
Super Rush processing (3 Business Days) - USD $201.99.
Does it take a long time to apply for an eVisa?
In 20 minutes you can complete the online form.
How can I send my eVisa request?
The process of obtaining a Myanmar eVisa is really straightforward. The online form itself only has three easy steps:
The first step is to fill in your general information, including your e-mail address and passport info. In this part, you also have to choose the processing time.
You will be doing a quick review in the second step. Also, you will need to pay the fees by following the on-screen instructions.
The last step has a personal questionnaire to complete. You could also have to upload other requirements if needed.
Once the steps are completed, go ahead and click the submit button. After that, just wait for your eVisa to arrive in your favored timeframe.
Can I enter multiple times if I hold a tourist eVisa?
Sadly, no. The tourist eVisa only allows you to enter once to Myanmar. It means you will get a Single Entry.
In case my children want to come with me to Myanmar too, how do they can do?
Children under 7 years old must apply with their parents to an eVisa and add their information in the same form as their parents. In case they have more than 7 years old, they will need to apply for their own eVisa and pay the corresponding fee.
I haven't reserved the hotel yet, what should I do now?
Do not worried about it because the Myanmar eVisa does not require to book the hotel before applying online.
Is iVisa a secure website to apply online?
Yes, it is. Our website cares about you and the processing of your e-visa. We have a good database which secures your information so then it will not expand in the Internet. In case you want to know more about us and our services, please click in this button. Also, look for the happy comments we receive from our customers.
How does this eVisa look like?