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Visa for Burma/Myanmar

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While one can now get an e-visa for US$50, we opted to send in our passports to the Embassy in Washington DC last Thursday. The visas are US$20 each and we again mailed our passports in the same envelope, priority mail. Today, just a week later, our passports were returned with our visas inside.

They also sent us a notice of the opening of a new Consulate in LA, which will handle all visa requests:
Consulate General of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar
3435 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 1590
Los Angeles, CA 90019

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