As you know, the Vietnam landing visa is one of the visas issued by the Vietnamese Immigration Bureau, which aims to help foreign tourists save more time and money. However, applicants sometimes feel a bit uneasy about some of the drawbacks of getting a visa only when they arrive in Vietnam. These problems can be easily solved through the following tips:
Landing visa is only applicable to aviation, so if you intend to enter Vietnam by land or cruise, you cannot apply for this visa.
Waiting at the airport can be long. Generally, you have to queue up for 15-30 minutes to get the visa stamp, but on holidays or arrival time, as with other flights, the queuing time may be longer.
Landing visa is usually handled collectively in the form of approval letters. There is a lot of information written on the letter, which you don’t know, but don’t worry too much. So you just need to find your name on the list and check whether your personal information is correct. Other people’s information doesn’t need to be cared about.
Before applying for a visa, make sure that you will fly to Vietnam. If you plan to go to Vietnam by land or cruise, please apply for a visa at the Vietnamese embassy.
In some emergencies, additional services can be used.
If you don’t want to queue up or take your children or the elderly with you, you can use the fast track service (when applying for a visa, you will see a recommendation, the service charge is $20 per person). With this service, passengers do not have to queue up at the arrival airport for visa stamping procedures. Our staff will provide services until you get your visa.
If you don’t want to share information with a lot of strangers, you can use a private visa approval letter (you will also see a recommendation when you apply), and the fee is $6 / person/letter or $8 / team/letter.
Fill in the application form online: https://www.vietnamimmigration.vn/apply/ At least fill in the required information: full name (same as passport), date of birth, nationality (country issued passport), passport number, arrival date, return date, visa type, etc. Then pay and receive a confirmation letter via email.
Wait a few working days to get the pre-approval letter by email. Obtain visa approval letter by email (with Vietnam visa application Na1 form). You print out the approval letter and form, fill in the Vietnam visa application form, and prepare two passport size 4x6cm photos and cash as the stamp fee (single entry visa: 25 US dollars; multiple entries visa: 50 dollars).
Bring the above-mentioned items and passport to the immigration counter at Vietnam airport to get a Vietnamese visa.
1 / Airport support services (fast track service) The service helps passengers get a visa and stamp quickly at the Vietnamese airport without having to queue up. It is to avoid wasting valuable passengers’ time when arriving at the airport, especially on long-distance flights.
Vietnam government’s notice (update 2020-10-01): continue to stop all visas, including electronic visa, consulate visa, and landing visa. At present, We don’t know when to resume the visa application.
South Koreans in Vietnam with expired Vietnamese visas will be subject to administrative sanctions, much more serious than deportation from Vietnamese territory. This will have an adverse effect on your next return to Vietnam.
1/ Vietnam E-visa fees: Visa fee: 40 USD, including service fee + visa fee (guarantee to receive a visa within two working days, and refund if visa fails). Emergency + 15 USD (received within one working day) Visa valid: 30 days, single entry.
1 / Visa on arrival (Landing visa) fees: Fill in the visa application form online: https://www.vietnamimmigration.