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Is it possible to go from Myanmar to Bangladesh without a visa?
As the rival says, it is the airline companies that cause problems, not migration. Perhaps you are bringing along print information that confirms that US nationals do not need a visa? When it is something more "international" like Air Asia, there should really be no disorientation, but it could not do any harm to provide the information in print. I only had a problem in Sri Lanka, with Sri Lankan Airlines ( "much smaller than Air Asia"), where the check-in operator tried to stop me from flying to Thailand without a visa.
I would never have thought of bringing "proof" that I don't need it, because Thailand is such a widespread traveler' s country, and there aren't too many occasions when US passes are checked for a visa.... Have you already flown out of Bangladesh? They can also show this to the Myanmar operative.
The Rohingya crisis: British MPs rejected Myanmar visa
As the UK has said, it is "very regrettable" that members of its Myanmar visa parliamentarians' committees have been denied access to Myanmar and have not been able to come to the UK as part of their investigation into the Rohingya work of the Ministry of International Development. As the Hindustan Times reported, the International Development Commitee (IDC) of the British Parliament was due to pay a trip to Myanmar and Bangladesh.
In January, the IDC released a January review of the crises in which it expressed "grave concern" about Myanmar's handling of the Rohingya. The 11-strong Stephen Twigg, chairman of the panel, including high-ranking Labour MEP Veerendra Sharma, said this was a straightforward follow-up to her Rohingya review. The British Secretary of State for Asia and the Pacific, Mark Field, said to the British House of Commons in the British Parliament that Myanmar authorities had given three grounds for denying visas: First, there is an prolonged day off in Myanmar: second, Myanmar was unfortunate that entry to the state of Rakhine remained limited for safety and third, that some members of the IDC had subscribed a note in which a high general of the Myanmar Armed Forces should be called to account for the country's conduct of the war.
Although the picture is very unfortunate, the British authorities will continue to work for the most poor and fragile in Myanmar.