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2012 How long to get Myanmar Visa?

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I realize this thread has been discussed previously but not since Myanmar has recently been inundated with visitors.

We leave Jan 3 for a two month trip to Thailand with a side trip to Myanmar. We need to apply for a Myanmar Visa as well as a 60 day double entry Tourist Visa for Thailand. I’m very concerned about how long it will take to get the Myanmar Visa because the embassy is so busy now. Is ten working days a realistic estimate for Myanmar Visa? We need to get our passports back so we can get our 60 day Thai tourist Visa’s. We plan to spend our first month in Northern Thailand. For peace of mind should we wait until we get to Chiang Mai and use a local Travel Agency to take care of the Myanmar Visa? CNX P&P TRAVEL says they can do it, 5 - 7 working days and more expensive than the NYC Permanent Mission.

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