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American Embassy in Rangoon Burma

 
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  • Embassy Contact Information
    110 University Ave,
    Kamayut Township,
    Rangoon, Burma.

    Office hours : 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM (MON-FRI) except for Embassy Holidays
    Telephone : (95)-(1) 536-509, 535-756, 538-038
    Fax : (95)-(1)-650-306

    American citizens willing to travel to Burma or already residing there for any purpose should take a look for the information found below along with the brumes citizens willing to travel to the United States of America as they both will find very useful tips and services provided by the US embassy in Rangoon Burma.

    U.S. visas
    There are many categories for U.S. visas which can be issued according to the intended purpose of your visit to America. For example if you are a Burmese citizen willing to travel temporally to the United States so you must apply to the (NIV) non immigrant visa.

    This type of visa has categories like tourism, study in the United States, crew member and etc... The counselor officer will determine the right type for your intended visit

    fees for applying to the (NIV) non immigrant visa is 131 $ us dollars non refundable fee, after issuing the visa you may be required to pay additional issuing fee for example a tourist visa have issuing fee of 32$ us dollars
    Forms and documents

    The forms needed for the non immigrant visa depend on which category you fall under. For example DS-156 and DS 157. Documents filed by the applicant should not be presented until you are attending your interview with the officer who will ask you to submit your papers. Collection of issued visa will be on the next day at 3:00 P.M

    For immigrant visa there are four main types: immediate relative to an American citizen (a spouse or minor unmarried child of a United States citizen or the parent of a United States citizen who is over the age of twenty-one).

    Fiancé(e) to an American citizen whom you have met in person during the last two years and intent to complete your marriage in the united states  this permits you to stay for  90 -180 days to complete the marriage they then you must follow the ( USCIS )  regulation to stay permanently in the united states.

    Employment visa if you are intending to work in the United States and have the required qualification for that purpose. Investors who intend to invest about 500,000 – 1,000,000 $ in a new enterprise in the United States. diversity lottery visa, this type of visa have conditions that changes every year at the admission time on October but in general to be eligible you must have completed a minimum of twelve years education including FOUR years of high school which must be the equivalent of a U.S. High School diploma 

    American citizen services
    the u s citizens in Burma can make use of many services that the embassy provide for them as: notary services for documents to be used in the united states , registering of newly born child , reporting death of American citizen, all American passport related services and medical care information in Burma

    Embassy Holiday List 2008


     DATE


     DAY


     U.S.*


     BURMESE**

     January 1  Tuesday  New Year's Day  
     January 4  Friday    Independence Day
     January 21  Monday  Martin Luther King's Birthday  
     February 12  Tuesday    Union Day
     February 18  Monday  President's Day  
     March 2  Sunday    Peasant's Day
     March 27  Thursday    Armed Forces Day
     April 14  Monday  

     THINGYAN (Water Festival)

     April 15  Tuesday  

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     April 16  Wednesday  

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     April 17  Thursday    Burmese New Year
     May 1  Thursday    Workers' day
     May 19  Monday  

     Full Moon of Kason
     (Beginning of Buddhist Lent)

     May 26  Monday  Memorial Day  
     July 4  Friday  Independence Day  
     July 19  Saturday    Martyr's Day
     September 1  Monday  Labor Day  
     October 13  Monday  Columbus Day  
     October 14  Tuesday    Full Moon of Thadingyut
     (End of Buddhist Lent)
     November11  Tuesday  Veterans' Day  
     November 22  Saturday    National Day
     November 27  Thursday  Thanksgiving Day  
     December 25  Thursday  Christmas Day  Christmas Day


       
     
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