EMBASSY OF NEPAL, YANGON, MYANMAR

SERVICES
Visa Services

  1. Visitors can apply for visa at this Embassy every working day (Monday - Friday) from09:00 to 12:00 hours.
  2. Normally it takes a single working day for issuance of visa.
  3. Visa can also be obtained at the Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu, Nepal on arrival.
  4. The current visit visa fee rates are as follows:
    1. 15 day Multiple entry permit visa US$ 25/-
    2. 30 day Multiple entry permit visa US$ 40/-
    3. 90 day Multiple entry permit visa US$ 100/-
  5. Visitors who have already visited Nepal and intend to visit again within 150 days of the same visa year can obtain entry visa for 30 days.
  6. All foreigners except Indian nationals must obtain visa to visit Nepal.
  7. When applying for a visa, please submit the following:
    1. Original passport with at least 6 months' validity.
    2. A photostat copy of the passport
    3. One recent photograph.
    4. Completed visa forms (available at the Embassy or Download .docx / .pdf ).
    5. Official note or letter for diplomatic or official passport.
  8. For more information, kindly contact the Embassy in person or reach by telephone and or electronic media..
    1. Download Visa Application Form ( .doc / .pdf ).
  9. Embassy of Nepal is concurrently accredited to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam also.
    Office hours:
    9:30 - 16:30 hrs., Monday through Friday
    13:00 - 14:00 hrs. lunch time
Passport Services

  1. For Passport Information For Website, Click Here

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