MYANMAR VISA FOR POLISH

MYANMAR VISA FOR POLISH

iVisa | Updated on May 18, 2020

If you're from Poland and you want to travel to Myanmar, you'll be happy to know that you qualify for a Myanmar eVisa. In other words, you are no longer required to visit an embassy to get a visa and enter this country. Instead, you can apply for a visa online, from the comfort of your home.

To learn more about this document, we invite you to keep reading the information below, which include some FAQs that can be useful for your trip.

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Frequently Asked Questions / FAQs

Polish citizens need a visa to travel to Myanmar?

Yes, they need. Fortunately, they can make the application of the tourist eVisa application online.

What does eVisa means?

It's an official document that allows citizens from some countries to visit Myanmar - regardless of their purposes - for tourism or business reasons.

How much time can I spend in Myanmar with the eVisa?

You can spend time inside of Myanmar for 28 days in Total once you arrive in the country with a Tourist eVisa. The Business eVisa allows you to stay 70 days in Total to visit Myanmar.

Which are the documents I need to present to apply online?

Using iVisa’s services will make your job of applying a whole lot easier than going to an embassy. However, you must supply some things to help with this work. The list we show you below will help you to know what do you need to gather before applying:

  • Applicant Photo

  • Invitation Letter (if applicable)

  • Business Registration of Inviting Company (if applicable)

  • Passport Personal Details Scan (if applicable)

An email address is also required to process the eVisa. Once we receive the response of the Government of Myanmar, we will send you the eVisa to your email inbox in PDF format. So please take in consideration the correct spelling of your email address before sending us your application form.

The online payment that we are currently accepting are the following ones: credit card, debit card, and Paypal. We recommend you to have your payment method ready, once you start your application.

What is the validity of the Tourist eVisa?

You can use the tourist eVisa for 90 days after issued.

How much does it cost the eVisa?

We always satisfy the needs and pockets of every single applicant. This is the reason why we decided to introduce three types of processing times. Here is what you can go for:

  • Standard processing (3 Business Days) - USD 75.00.

  • Rush processing (2 Business Days) - USD 105.00.

  • Super Rush processing (12 hours) - USD 135.00.

All service fees are included. Don't forget that these prices are based on the Tourist eVisa. If you apply for a Business eVisa, the prices will be USD 105.00, USD 135.00, and USD 165.00.

Does it take a long time to complete the application form?

You'll only need about 20 minutes to complete the online form.

Can you explain the parts of the application form?

The application process designed by iVisa could not be easier. There are three simple steps you need to complete, and if you require any help, you can call the support service available for you day and night.

  1. The first step asks you to fill in your personal data such as name, address, e-mail, passport info, and any other information that can lead to your identification. You must also choose a processing time, depending on what you need or how much money you are willing to spend.

  2. The second step asks you to make the payment using one of the methods mentioned above, and have a quick look at what you did during step one. All the information you insert must be accurate. You cannot make any modifications to your eVisa once the application is processed. You would be required to go through the process once more.

  3. The last step will require you to answer a set of personal questions and upload some documents. Not everyone is expected to upload the same amount, so do not panic if you are asked to upload some additional documents. For instance, if you travel with a minor child, you need to upload more than a person who is traveling alone.

If you're ready to start this process, click here.

Do I have a limit of times to enter Myanmar?

If you go to Myanmar and you hold a tourist eVisa, then you can enter once to the country. This means you'll have a Single Entry.

Children need a visa to travel to Myanmar too?

Minors under 7 years old must apply for an eVisa along with their parents and add their information in the same form as their parents. On the other hand, minors older than 7 years old do require to apply for their own eVisa to visit Myanmar.

Do I need to book the hotel before applying online?

The Myanmar eVisa does not require a hotel booking from the applicants so you do not have to be worried about this point. Just consider that you need to stay registered in hotels, motels, inns, guest houses, or resorts.

How do I know if my Myanmar eVisa is ready to use?

After you finish the application with us, we will inform you by email about your eVisa status. Once the Government approves your eVisa, we will send you the document in PDF format via email.

Can you show me a sample of the eVisa?

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Is it possible to use any checkpoint to access to Myanmar?

Unfortunately, you can't. Each country has its own regulations when it's about legal documents and immigration, so in the case of Myanmar is the same. Here we show you the available points of entry in Myanmar:

  • 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.

I need more info about the Myanmar eVisa, where can I find it?

If you still find any questions or concerns during the application process, then you can contact us and we will be more than glad to assist you. For extra information, you can click here and find more FAQs.

There's no need to take any trip to an embassy to visit this exotic country, you can start your online process now and avoid any bureaucratic movement that could cause you stress. Get ready for your trip with iVisa!

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