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Get a visa to Myanmar in Chiang Mai
The information will be up to date from April 2016. Obtaining a Myanmar visa in Chiang Mai is fast and easy. There' s a well situated diplomatic office with very kind personnel and no appointments are necessary. You can find it on the website of the Swiss Federal Foreign Office if you really want to fill out your own application prematurely.
They can be filled out at the Chiang Mai Embassy and even provided with stickers to include a photograph with your resume. Once you have submitted your papers, they will be reviewed (~10 minutes), you will be asked to make all necessary changes, and then you will be charged the registration fees of 800 THB (cash only).
You will then receive a voucher from the consular authorities, telling you when to hand in your visa. The standard servicing period is two working nights (e.g. delivery on Tuesday, collection on Thursday). The opening times of the visa are from Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 12:00 o'clock. Collection times are 15:30-16:30 (usually two working nights later). Though there is a notice at the entry of the message indicating the need for bus/plane travel and accommodation, this is not required at the moment of filing the request.
Although Google Maps indicates that the Embassy is shut down, it is really open (since July 2015).
Visa charges increased by German federal administration this months
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This fee increase concerns 12 different visa categories, without diplomats' visa, which are free of cost. "Myanmar residents have to cover this type of visa fee when they go abroad. Burma's visa was very inexpensive to draw people in at a tipping point when the land was still under sanction.
A 28-day visa will almost be doubled from $25 to US$40. A 70-day commercial visa costs $50, $200 for a three-month multi-pass visa, $400 for six and $600 for one year. A 70-day national visa will increase to $50, $150 for a three-month multi-issue and will increase to $450 for 12 consecutive heirs.
One way entrance visa for religion costs $50 for 70 or $150 for a multi-pass visa, $300 for six month and $450 for one year. Non-recurring visas for non-governmental organizations are $50 for 70 or $200 for three month, $400 for six month and $600 for one year.
A work visa costs $50 for 70 nights, an entrance visa for educational purposes $50 for 90 nights and a multi-pass visa costs $200 for three consecutive weeks, $400 for six consecutive years and $600 for one year, while a press and medias visa costs $40 for 28 years. If you have a flight visa, it costs $40 for 28 nights, and a three-month multi-pass visa costs $50 for three stays, $400 for six stays, and $600 for one year.
The visa costs $40 for 28 nights for workshop, discussion, meeting and research. Myint Kyaing added that it will be possible to request visa renewals within Myanmar.