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I need a photo? - Visas to Myanmar - Visa Services - Myanmar Evisa
No photographs are necessary to apply for an on-line visa. However, upon your arriving at Vietnam's airport, you must show 2 photographs of yourself together with your visa and immigration officer's visa permit certificate (and stamp duty) for your visa to be valid. Also, the photographs must have a default 4x6cm format, must be clear and up-to-date (within 6 month to date).
Myanmar Message Board - E Visa Pictures
Evisa is not available in my city. You think they'll be photographed at home and cut to the right length? Yeah, they seem to agree with most of the pictures, I just download a new self-ie. Have you got a tray or a smartphone?
Yes, we took pictures on our mobile phones, download them and the website of EVIS actually has a hyperlink with which you can adapt the perfect photo sizes. Usually I used a self-ie too and used just the same routine that TJ is speaking about to sort it. On Friday afternoons, I submitted my application and received my e-visa on Sunday nights, and when you submit your application on-line and get to the photo section, they have a hyperlink to a website where you can customize your photo.
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Image for myanmar? I' m completing the evissa sheet and when I click from the first page they say no photo, but there was no line asking for a photo, so I don't know how to add a photo anyway, maybe I should just email directly to the wash message, I'll go on February 15.
There were no more pages /queries after the first page with a photo. That all I need for the visa? Looks like there are more issues than travel and accommodation. I' m not fill out Info with Credential Information until I'm sure there are no more queries, if so, I'll restart.
Karen, the e-visa asks a lot fewer ifs and buts than the normal visa do. I only needed a few moments to complete the e-visa application and it will go on forever. After filling it out, uploading a photo, giving them $50 on my visa card (went through on the first attempt) and seven hour later my e-visa had PDF in my mailbox.
I suspect that the printed documents are more pre-Burma heritage, and the e-visa is more in line with what they will need in 2015. However that' s just a conjecture. downse2005, I ask spouse in case you still need the info. now. I got the evidence in two and a half day, that's all.
Participating in a trip as a husband who is not interested in many places I want to see, and at 69 (next week) I don't want to hurt my foot and can't talk to get help.