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It was delightful to find a Burmese visa in my mailbox today. I had sent in the application, with confirmed airline schedule, evidence of my first night's stay, and copy of ticket voucher for Pandaw cruise, on July 31. Wanting to spare any of you who are unknowledgeable, as I was, about how mail should be sent to the Burmese Embassy (and, maybe to others), here are some tips. Do not use a large manila envelop to house your visa and other material. Do not include a self-addressed stamped manila envelop for the return of the visa. In both cases, get large priority mail envelops at the US Post Office and place on them postage stamps currently costing $5.60 each. At the same time, you can purchase the money order for $20 to pay for the visa. It is a simple process if you know the procedure. ZZ

P.S. This information is for people posting their applications in the United States.

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