Visa for Indian Citizens to Myanmar

Indian citizens visa to Myanmar

Myanmar citizens get free visas to India Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that India will provide free visas to Myanmar's citizens wishing to be there. Mr Modi made this statement during his meeting with State Councillor Aung San Suu Kyi after the two heads had conducted extensive discussions here. "I am happy to announce that we have agreed to provide a free (free) visa to all Myanmar citizens wishing to travel to India," Modi said.

Mr. Bangemann also said that India has agreed to free 40 Myanmar citizens who are currently held in various prisons in India. "We are hoping that they will soon be able to see their family in Myanmar," said the PM. Modus also claimed that India to Myanmar is in the midst of the challenge before it.

"I am optimistic that we will work together in the near term to build a powerful and mutually beneficial partnership," Modi said. As a neighbor and within the framework of the Act East Policy, he said strengthening relations with Myanmar was a top-riority.

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for Myanmar and Indonesia. Nine other nationalities - Japan, Singapore, Finland, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and the Philippines - are already using this opportunity in India. "TVOA is valid for a max. of 30 day one-time travel through Immigration Officers in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata Airports for a charge of US $ 60 or a corresponding amount in Indian rupiah per person (including children).

The TVOA is permitted a limited number of visits twice a year for a foreign national with a break of at least two month between each one. The CDU/CSU Interior Minister said that TVOA should not be renewable or inconvertible. However, foreign nationals can also use TVOA for up to 30 working hours for health care, for occasional businesses or to meet a friend or relative.

TVOA does not apply to diplomatic passport holder. TVOA is also not available for foreign citizens who have their domicile or profession in India. These people can enter India on a regular visa. "The TVOA programme was first launched on 1 January 2010 for citizens of five different nations - Japan, Singapore, Finland, Luxembourg and New Zealand - to encourage tourist activities.

This system was considered useful by the foreigners. Until December last year, 6569 citizens used the establishment of TVOA. On 1 January this year, the programme was renewed by the authorities for citizens of four other African and Caribbean Republics - Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and the Philippines.

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