Vietnam visa on arrival for Tourist and Business


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Sunday, October 21, 2012

Vietnam tourist visa

Vietnam tourist visas are generally valid for thirty days and for a single entry, though some embassies issue visas for three months or longer and may also issue multiple–entry visas.

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To apply for a Vietnam tourist visa, you have to submit an Vietnam visa application form with one or two passport-sized photographs (procedures vary) and the fee. Or apply for a Vietnam visa online. The visa shows specific start and end dates indicating the period of validity within which you can enter and leave the country. The visa is valid for entry via Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Da Nang international airports and any of Vietnam‘s land borders open to foreigners.

Special circumstances affect overseas Vietnamese holding a foreign passport: check with the Vietnamese embassy in your country of residence for details.

Most major tour agents in Vietnam are now authorized to issue visas on arrival at Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Da Nang international airports. It’s not necessarily any more expensive (prices range from US$19 to US$90 for a one-month tourist visa, depending on your nationality and how quickly you need the application processed), but check carefully to make sure you’re quoted a price including the visa and not just the handling fee (see Vietnam visa fee). There’s also an element of risk since you are reliant on the agency completing the paperwork in time for your arrival. However, it can be handy if there is no Vietnamese embassy in your home country. The agency will need a photocopy of your passport, your full name, date of birth, proposed dates of stay, flight details and a fax number or email address to which they will send an “invitation letter” saying you have approval to enter the country. While some agencies are able to process the application in one day, allow at least one week to be on the safe side. If you follow this route, look out for the Visa on Arrival desk at the airport before you pass through immigration.

On arrival In Vietnam, you’ll need to fill in an Arrival and Departure Card, which has to be submitted when you leave the country, so it’s a good idea to staple it into your passport while travelling.

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

How long can I stay in Vietnam on a tourist visa?

Vietnam tourist visa, which is categorized as Vietnam C1 visa, is normally valid for 15 days to 30 days. However, C1 visa can be extended for one month or three months more.

Therefore, one foreigner can stay for a long time with a tourist visa to Vietnam. Please do note that the extension fee of Vietnam visa (C1 visa extension) is subjected to be higher than a new visa getting when you are outside the country. Thus, in case you exit Vietnam by any chance, we often advise our clients to apply for a new visa (to be picked up at the Embassy of Vietnam or at Vietnam airport).

Although B3 Vietnam visa (Vietnam business visa) is literally for business purpose, we often recommend this type of visa for those who enter Vietnam with tourist, visit, or other purpose but stay in Vietnam more than 1 month as this visa type can be valid for 3 month. With this visa type, during the time they reside in Vietnam, they will not be bothered with visa extension matter, and they can save money as well.
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Monday, September 24, 2012

How many kinds of Vietnam visa are there?

There are two ways of classification.
First, in terms of traveling purpose, there are four kinds of Vietnam entry visa: Tourist Visa, Business Visa, Visa extension and Re-entry Visa.
The other way is to classify upon the method to get the visa, according to which, there are two kinds: Visa on Arrival and normal Entry Visa.

What is the difference between single entry visa and multiple entry visa?

- For single entry visa: You can enter and exit Vietnam 1 time.
- For multiple entry visa: You can enter and exit Vietnam more than 1 time.
For example: You can apply for this type of visa in case you would like to enter Cambodia, Laos or any other country from Vietnam and then re-enter without having to apply for another single visa.

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