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Nepal Visa situation

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Hello, fellow travelers

I am traveling to both India and Nepal this July and started gathering up all the necessary visas.
Had no problem with getting an Indian visa but when I have sent my Nepal visa to the permanent mission of Nepal in NYC, they have returned my passport and my money order with a post-it note on it saying "please send your application to the Embassy of Nepal in Washington, D.C.".
I cannot alter the money order for it has been made out to Permanent mission of Nepal... I have tried contacting both sites with no response...

Shall I just forget about getting this visa in the u.S. And get one on arrival? I guess I will have to suck up the $25 money order... Any feedback is greatly appreciated!

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