Myanmar Embassy in Australia

Embassy of Myanmar in Australia

The Embassy of Myanmar in Australia is a communication office between the Government of Myanmar and Australia. At the time, a delegation of Burmese activists living in Australia called. Burma, the staff of the Australian Embassy in Yangon. If you are from the United States, South America, Asia or Australia, you will most likely receive an eVisa. Myanmar Times contacted the embassies of Australia, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, the UK and the United States in Yangon.

Myanmar Embassy in Canberra, Australia

Burma in Australia: Myanmar's embassy in Canberra is Myanmar's only representative in Australia. Myanmar, Australia: There is an embassy in Yangon, Australia. Burma in Australia: Myanmar's embassy in Canberra is Myanmar's only representative in Australia. Myanmar, Australia: There is an embassy in Yangon, Australia. If you have any queries regarding visas and passports, please do not hesitate to ask the Embassy in Canberra.

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Myanmar/Burma Visas from Canberra Australia

Hello, I just wanted to split my Burma visas (in Australia) to help others; I know that information would have been interesting to me a few week ago..... On Tuesday 23 November I phoned the Embassy of Myanmar in Canberra and talked to an Aussie named Jane.

On December 8 I declared that I left Australia (for KL) (actually at 9 December last dark, but I thought it wise to install a 24-hour buffer) and needed a permit (I had held back to see if anything would go off immediately after Aung San Suu Kyi's release).

And then she said to get everything over the AustPost Platinum case right away. On the same date I sent: my pass, my photograph x 2, $35 payment order, my request card, self-addressed AustPost Platinum envelope (about $12.50 each for next leg delivery), and a note to the Myanmar Embassy in Canberra via Platinum envelope on Tuesday, November 23rd, with our itinerary.

and it got to the embassy the next morning. On Friday, 26 November, I phoned the embassy again and talked to Jane. There was a strange talk in which she said that she really shouldn't have said to me to send everything (because the time frame was too short).

On Tuesday I announced that I had placed everything as directed and that I could see on the AustPost website that the parcel was on it. Said my pass would be in a big bunch of post. Then she said that she had to post it on Tuesday (because Wed 1 December was a bank holidays in Burma and therefore for the embassy).

The pass (and visa!) departed the embassy of Myanmar on 30 November. To call the embassy after you have sent your material is a good if I am quite sure that it would have been sitting in a stack of mails for while if I hadn't phoned. There' been some business at the embassy.

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