If you’re thinking of visiting Vietnam for a holiday or business, you need to make sure that you have the right visa to be allowed entry to the country. When applying for a Vietnam Visa, one of the steps is to fill out the NA1 form, also known as the Visa Application Form.

Vietnam is one of the fastest-growing tourist destinations in Southeast Asia today. According to Vietnam’s Ministry of Culture, Sport & Tourism, there were 15.

When it comes to your Vietnam visa, there are two visa types that you’ll come across with, the eVisa and Visa on Arrival. Some tourists thought these two visas are the same, but they are not.

Starting in February 2019, the Immigration Department of Vietnam has added 35 more countries to the list of countries that can avail of the eVisa program. One of the countries that were recently added on the list is Hong Kong, along with Macau.

Foreign travelers who are heading to Phu Quoc for a holiday are able to stay on the island for 30 days visa-free. However, this privilege comes with certain conditions.

I want a visa run to Cambodia, can I get Vietnam Visa In Moc Bai Border Checkpoint Yes, it’s possible to apply for a Vietnam Visa at the Moc Bai border checkpoint. This border gate is shared by Vietnam and Cambodia and those who wanted to extend their Vietnam visa can come here.

Starting in February 2019, Hong Kong passport holders can avail of the Vietnam eVisa online. This is a very convenient option for Hong Kong citizens who are planning to go on a holiday to Vietnam but don’t want to go through the hassles of applying for a visa at a Vietnam embassy.

Total fee to get visa on arrival = Service fee (from $8) + Stamp fee (from $25) Service fee (pay online) is the fee pay for our company to arrange visa approval letter. We chase down procedure at Vietnam Immigration Department to get the visa approval letter for your visa on your behalf to get […]

Vietnam visa waiver
July 4, 2016 · TAGS visa free

Unilateral Visa Exemption for ordinary passports of Belarus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italia, Japan, Korea, Norway, Russia, Spain, Sweden and UK.  Russia, Japan, Korea, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Finland passport holders allowed to stay in Vietnam for a maximum of 15 days visa-free, regardless of their passport types and entry purposes.

– After the payment, you will receive email confirmation for your visa order, if you found any error or mistake, just reply to that email or you can send an email request to info@vietnamimmigration.vn to ask for correction.

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