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We' ll soon have a new release, but it was shown at ITB Berlin, the world's largest trade fair for tourism, to tens of millions of visitors and tour operators interested in Myanmar. Ministry of Labour, Immigration and Workers already has an online visas system for Myanmar's tourist and foreign businesses in... More to make it easier to obtain visas with effect from 14.9.2014 and now e-visa can be requested through the official website of the government: https://evisa.moip.gov.mm ....
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Information technology company invests $17 million for Myanmar e-visa system
Myanmar's e-visa programme, which started on September 1, was realized with an outlay of $17 million, said U Kyaw Moe Naing, CEO of Myanmar Ease Net Co, the system operation firm. Working in a JV with the Ministry of Immigration and Population, the firm has been authorised to run the system for a period of 10 years - an original five-year period with an auto-renewal for another five years.
We' ve recruited two IT engineers from abroad, one in Myanmar and one in Singapore," U Kyaw Moe Naing said to Myanmar Business Today. Tendering conditions, U Maung Maung Maung Than, general manager of the Department of Immigration said the same.
"The E-visa programme E-visa system is registered within the state, while backup server stands for foreign safety precautions, which also enables it to protect against losing data," said U Khin Yi, Trade Unions Secretary for Migration and the People. Initially, 41 eligible states were admitted to the E-visa programme, and two more were added at the application of the Unions of Myanmar Travel Association (UMTA).
Currently, e-visa holder are only permitted to travel through Yangon International Airport, but ultimately points of entry will be extended to Mandalay Airport and several other destinations, U Khin Yi said. There are six kinds of visa issued in Myanmar: touristic, commercial, entry, through, diplomatic and multiple-entry.
As of June 2012, the authorities have begun to relax visa limitations by permitting the issuance of commercial, immigration and transit visa on entering the country. Introducing the e-visa programme is a follow-up to the government's effort to relax travel barriers for those who want to enter Myanmar. It', U Hla Aye, member of the UMTA Board of Directors, said to MyanmarBusinessToday.
Pursuant to the Department's information, visa applications for an e-visa must have a current visa for at least six month, photographs of the last three month and a non-refundable charge of $50 prior to approval of the visa request.