After successful implementation of the visa exemption for European travelers, Vietnam is pushing ahead with a plan to eliminate visas for overseas Vietnamese, their families and foreigners married to Vietnamese nationals.
In order to avoid any unnecessary cost charged when making payment of service fee upon applying for a visa, we would like to list here the countries whose citizens are allowed to enter Vietnam within a certain period of time without a visa.
With the open policy to welcome more and more visitors, Vietnam has developed new options for visa application. So current;y, in addition to applying for a visa at Vietnamese embassy/consulate, the foreigners to Vietnam have another option for their visa application – apply for a visa on arrival.
Many people often make following mistakes when applying for a Vietnam visa. But if a little attention is paid, it is very easy for you to avoid such problems, and then avoid normal unnecessary troubles which may cost you more time and expense.
Thanks to the development of internet and the opening policy of the Vietnamese Government, the visa applicants may find it much easier to obtain a visa since they currently have two options to go about this matter. Both of them are legitimate.
Here is the guide for anyone who wish to use the visa on arrival service during the Tet holiday in Vietnam.
Vietnam Visa Team at Vietnam-visa.co.uk is always by your side to assist you with Vietnam visa on arrival.
In addition, Vietnam Visa Team are also pleased to arrange airport fast-track, Vietnam tours and Vietnam visa extension for you, enabling you to have enjoyable moments in Vietnam.
Please find us by either of following options for any information about Vietnam visa:
- Tel: (+84) 437.925.339 (ext. 221 or 224) from Monday – Friday: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm and Saturday: 8:30 am – 12:00 am (GMT +7)
- Hotline: (+84) 946.583.583 (24/7)
- Email: [email protected]
- Chat Online: on Vietnam-visa.co.uk
- Address: 20th Floor, Vinaconex 9, Pham Hung Street, Me Tri, Nam Tu Liem, Hanoi
Don’t hesitate to contact us. It’s a great honor for us to support you!
As a new decision made by the Prime Minister of Vietnam, from March 10, 2014 foreigners and Vietnamese who hold foreign passports can enjoy visa exemption for stays of less than 30 days on Phu Quoc Island. In addition, foreigners who travel to Vietnam via either an international airport or an international port and them come to Phu Quoc Island can also enjoy the visa exemption policy.
We will be arriving on a cruise to Vietnam next month. Is the online option not available because we aren’t arriving at an airport? If so, how could we obtain the visa?