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Visa for Burma/Myanmar from US Embassy in DC?

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Has anyone recently applied for their Visa by sending their passports to the Myanmar Embassy in DC?

I'm about to do this and I'm wondering if I can send my and my husband's passports together in a single fed-ex envelope, with one money order for the fees for both, and one return prepaid Fed-ex envelope.

Any other tips for getting the visas this way? I'd really prefer to do this over using a visa service as the cost saving is substantial (at least $200 for the two passports).

Thanks!

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