Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Vietnam Immigration Department will open and solve problems related to entrance and exit visa procedures for guests in all the weekdays (working days) except Saturday, Sunday and traditional holidays. Mark your calendars and just be well prepared!

Opening hours for guests: Morning: from 8 a.m to 11.30 a.m
Afternoon: from 1.30 p.m to 4 p.m

Notes: In case that you have urgent requests related to entrance and exit visa procedures out of opening hours, please contact directly staffs in charge.
Have a good time in Vietnam!

VIETNAM IMMIGRATION DEPARTMENT’S ANNOUNCEMENT ON OPENING HOURS

Vietnam Immigration Department will open and solve problems related to entrance and exit visa procedures for guests in all the weekdays (working days) except Saturday, Sunday and traditional holidays. Mark your calendars and just be well prepared!

Opening hours for guests: Morning: from 8 a.m to 11.30 a.m
Afternoon: from 1.30 p.m to 4 p.m

Notes: In case that you have urgent requests related to entrance and exit visa procedures out of opening hours, please contact directly staffs in charge.
Have a good time in Vietnam!

Sunday, November 17, 2013

For 10 days explore Cambodia’s rich culture and history on a tour that takes you deep into the heart of the Khmer Kingdom. Discover the ancient Angkor temples and enjoy a rustic homestay; see the endangered freshwater dolphins that inhabit the Mekong and visit Cambodia’s bustling capital city. This vacation includes all of Cambodia’s highlights, offering something for everyone

Day 1: Siem Reap – Arrival – Angkor Wat
Welcome to Siem Reap, the provincial capital and gateway to the ancient Angkor Temples. Designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the Angkor Archaeological Park encompasses dozens of temple ruins including Bayon, Banteay Srei and the legendary Angkor Wat. Our guide and driver will meet you at the airport and take you to your hotel for check-in. In the late afternoon, Take a orientation walk aroudn hotel area and later in the afternoon explore the Psar Chass, also known as the “Old Market".

You have voucher of 90 minutes foot massage today as complimentary.
- Meals: N/A
- Accommodations: Hotel in Siem Reap

Day 2: Siem Reap – Angkor Thom – Ta Prohm – Banteay Srei
 Enjoy an entire day devoted to the mystical and ancient Angkor temples. After an early breakfast at the hotel, we set out to Angkor Thom’s imposing South Gate, topped with the four serenely smiling faces of Avalokiteshvara. Next, visit Bayon temple, the Elephant Terrace and the Terrace of the Leper King. Leaving Angkor Thom by the north gate, we travel to Preah Khan (Sacred Sword), one of Angkor’s largest temples, constructed in the 12th century by Jayavarman VII, before heading to the mystical, jungle-entwined Ta Prohm temple. In the afternoon, drive 35km to Banteay Srei temple, the birthplace of classical Khmer architecture. Next explore Banteay Samre. Enjoy the balloon over Angkor Wat and return to the town in the late afternoon.

- Accommodations: Hotel in Siem Reap.
- Meals: Breakfast.
- (Note: This balloon service could be cancelled incase of storm, heavy rain or too strong wind)
 
Day 3: Siem Reap – Floating Village – Home stay
Today is dedicated to exploring Cambodia’s daily life and rich culture with trips to Chres Village and the floating villages on Tonle Sap Lake. Travel down winding picturesque roads on the way to Tonle Sap, stopping to admire the rice plantations and various season activities, such as roof building and banana harvesting. Enjoy a picnic lunch in the countryside before proceeding to Komong Phluk floating village—a must see on Tonle Sap Lake. Board a boat and visit the floating village before heading to the nearby flooded mangrove forests. In the afternoon we drive to Chres Village. Take a cooking class on traditional Khmer cuisine before joining with a local family for a cozy homestay.

- Meals: Breakfast, lunch, Dinner
- Accommodations: Home stay in Chres Village

Day 4: Siem Reap – Free Day After breakfast at Chres Village, return to Siem Reap and enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure to relax and explore this charming town.
- Meals: Breakfast
- Accommodation: Hotel in Siem Reap

Day 5: Siem Reap – Koh Ker – Beng Mealea
 Today we travel outside of Siem Reap to explore a distant group of Angkorian temples. Enjoy breakfast at the hotel then leave in the morning on your drive to Koh Ker. Here we will discover the long abandoned temples in the forests of northern Cambodia. Also known as Chok Gargyar, this region once served as the capital of Jayavarman IV until his son and successor, Harshavarman I, moved the capital back to Angkor. There are more than 30 major structures and archeologists believe there may have been as many as 100 minor sacred buildings in the region. In the afternoon, drive back to Siem Reap, stopping en route to visit the remote and jungle-covered Beong Melea temple.
- Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
- Accommodations: Hotel in Siem Reap

Day 6: Siem Reap – Sambor Prei Kuk – Kampong Thom
 Enjoy breakfast at your hotel then set out on a drive to Kampong Thom (147km, 2 hours drive), home to Cambodia’s most impressive group of pre-Angkorian monuments. Here we will visit the ancient temple complex, Sambor Prei Kuk, situated just north of Kompong Thom. The main temples are divided into three complexes, all dedicated to Shiva. Enjoy the serene atmosphere as you wander through these 7th century brick monuments, artfully scattered about the jungle. Return to the town of Kampong Thom in the afternoon and proceed to Paray Village for dinner and a homestay.
- Meals: Breakfast, dinner
- Accommodations: Home stay in Paray Village

Day 7: Kampong Thom – Kratie – Mekong Dolphin
Today we travel to Kratie, a vibrant riverside town and home to the endangered freshwater Irrawaddy dolphins. Stop for breakfast at a local restaurant and then continue on to tour to the Cham Ka Lour rubber plantation, before crossing the Mekong River by ferry at Stung Trong / Krochmar district of Kampong Cham province. Arrive in Kratie in the afternoon and check in at your hotel. Then drive north of town and take a local boat to view the freshwater dolphins that inhabit this stretch of the Mekong. Enjoy an hour on the river, before returning to the quaint French colonial town for the evening.

- Meals: Breakfast
- Accommodation: Hotel in Kratie

Day 8: Kratie – Kampong Cham – Phnom Penh
Today we continue our overland expedition, leaving Kratie and passing through Cambodia’s largest rubber-producing region on our way to Kampong Cham. Admire the contrast of lush vegetation and red basaltic soil as we drive through the countryside. Arrive in Kampong Cham in the late morning and visit the Wat Nokor Pagoda. This 11th century Mahayana Buddhist shrine is home to a large reclining Buddha as well as many carved Buddha images. In the afternoon we continue on to Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh. Check in at the hotel then enjoy the rest of the evening at your leisure.

- Meals: Breakfast
- Accommodations: Hotel in Phnom Penh

Day 9: Phnom Penh – Killing Field – Royal Palace
Welcome to Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s vibrant and bustling capital city. Despite its recent turbulent history, Phnom Penh’s wide tree-lined boulevards and faded colonial mansions hold an undeniable charm. Phnom Penh was founded in the 14th century and has long been a vital trading hub at the confluence of three rivers: the Mekong, Tonle Sap, and Bassac. Start the day learning about the Khmer Rouge and Cambodia’s recent history on a guided tour of the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and the notorious Choeung Ek “Killing Fields.” In the afternoon, try out your best bargaining skills on a walk through the city’s expansive “Russian Market,” where you can find anything from motorcycle parts to valuable gems. Enjoy some free time in the afternoon to relax.

- Meals: Breakfast
- Accommodations: Hotel in Phnom Penh

Day 10: Phnom Penh – Free at leisure – Departure
Start the day with a visit to the Royal Palace, home to the royal family and the opulent silver pagoda. Then enjoy free time for some last minute souvenir shopping before driving to the airport to catch your departure flight home.
Meals: Breakfast

Note: Please be aware that flight times, hotels and all other logistics, services and days of travel are subject to availability. If the listed hotel is fully booked, alternate accommodation will be offered.
All hotels are rated according to local standards. All itineraries are flexible and can easily be altered to suit your needs and interests. Contact one of our travel consultants for more information.

For Cambodia Tour Inquiries, please email to info@vietnamimmigration.com or call +84 962 655 556 or 849 66 56 99 56

Colors of Cambodia

For 10 days explore Cambodia’s rich culture and history on a tour that takes you deep into the heart of the Khmer Kingdom. Discover the ancient Angkor temples and enjoy a rustic homestay; see the endangered freshwater dolphins that inhabit the Mekong and visit Cambodia’s bustling capital city. This vacation includes all of Cambodia’s highlights, offering something for everyone

Day 1: Siem Reap – Arrival – Angkor Wat
Welcome to Siem Reap, the provincial capital and gateway to the ancient Angkor Temples. Designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the Angkor Archaeological Park encompasses dozens of temple ruins including Bayon, Banteay Srei and the legendary Angkor Wat. Our guide and driver will meet you at the airport and take you to your hotel for check-in. In the late afternoon, Take a orientation walk aroudn hotel area and later in the afternoon explore the Psar Chass, also known as the “Old Market".

You have voucher of 90 minutes foot massage today as complimentary.
- Meals: N/A
- Accommodations: Hotel in Siem Reap

Day 2: Siem Reap – Angkor Thom – Ta Prohm – Banteay Srei
 Enjoy an entire day devoted to the mystical and ancient Angkor temples. After an early breakfast at the hotel, we set out to Angkor Thom’s imposing South Gate, topped with the four serenely smiling faces of Avalokiteshvara. Next, visit Bayon temple, the Elephant Terrace and the Terrace of the Leper King. Leaving Angkor Thom by the north gate, we travel to Preah Khan (Sacred Sword), one of Angkor’s largest temples, constructed in the 12th century by Jayavarman VII, before heading to the mystical, jungle-entwined Ta Prohm temple. In the afternoon, drive 35km to Banteay Srei temple, the birthplace of classical Khmer architecture. Next explore Banteay Samre. Enjoy the balloon over Angkor Wat and return to the town in the late afternoon.

- Accommodations: Hotel in Siem Reap.
- Meals: Breakfast.
- (Note: This balloon service could be cancelled incase of storm, heavy rain or too strong wind)
 
Day 3: Siem Reap – Floating Village – Home stay
Today is dedicated to exploring Cambodia’s daily life and rich culture with trips to Chres Village and the floating villages on Tonle Sap Lake. Travel down winding picturesque roads on the way to Tonle Sap, stopping to admire the rice plantations and various season activities, such as roof building and banana harvesting. Enjoy a picnic lunch in the countryside before proceeding to Komong Phluk floating village—a must see on Tonle Sap Lake. Board a boat and visit the floating village before heading to the nearby flooded mangrove forests. In the afternoon we drive to Chres Village. Take a cooking class on traditional Khmer cuisine before joining with a local family for a cozy homestay.

- Meals: Breakfast, lunch, Dinner
- Accommodations: Home stay in Chres Village

Day 4: Siem Reap – Free Day After breakfast at Chres Village, return to Siem Reap and enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure to relax and explore this charming town.
- Meals: Breakfast
- Accommodation: Hotel in Siem Reap

Day 5: Siem Reap – Koh Ker – Beng Mealea
 Today we travel outside of Siem Reap to explore a distant group of Angkorian temples. Enjoy breakfast at the hotel then leave in the morning on your drive to Koh Ker. Here we will discover the long abandoned temples in the forests of northern Cambodia. Also known as Chok Gargyar, this region once served as the capital of Jayavarman IV until his son and successor, Harshavarman I, moved the capital back to Angkor. There are more than 30 major structures and archeologists believe there may have been as many as 100 minor sacred buildings in the region. In the afternoon, drive back to Siem Reap, stopping en route to visit the remote and jungle-covered Beong Melea temple.
- Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
- Accommodations: Hotel in Siem Reap

Day 6: Siem Reap – Sambor Prei Kuk – Kampong Thom
 Enjoy breakfast at your hotel then set out on a drive to Kampong Thom (147km, 2 hours drive), home to Cambodia’s most impressive group of pre-Angkorian monuments. Here we will visit the ancient temple complex, Sambor Prei Kuk, situated just north of Kompong Thom. The main temples are divided into three complexes, all dedicated to Shiva. Enjoy the serene atmosphere as you wander through these 7th century brick monuments, artfully scattered about the jungle. Return to the town of Kampong Thom in the afternoon and proceed to Paray Village for dinner and a homestay.
- Meals: Breakfast, dinner
- Accommodations: Home stay in Paray Village

Day 7: Kampong Thom – Kratie – Mekong Dolphin
Today we travel to Kratie, a vibrant riverside town and home to the endangered freshwater Irrawaddy dolphins. Stop for breakfast at a local restaurant and then continue on to tour to the Cham Ka Lour rubber plantation, before crossing the Mekong River by ferry at Stung Trong / Krochmar district of Kampong Cham province. Arrive in Kratie in the afternoon and check in at your hotel. Then drive north of town and take a local boat to view the freshwater dolphins that inhabit this stretch of the Mekong. Enjoy an hour on the river, before returning to the quaint French colonial town for the evening.

- Meals: Breakfast
- Accommodation: Hotel in Kratie

Day 8: Kratie – Kampong Cham – Phnom Penh
Today we continue our overland expedition, leaving Kratie and passing through Cambodia’s largest rubber-producing region on our way to Kampong Cham. Admire the contrast of lush vegetation and red basaltic soil as we drive through the countryside. Arrive in Kampong Cham in the late morning and visit the Wat Nokor Pagoda. This 11th century Mahayana Buddhist shrine is home to a large reclining Buddha as well as many carved Buddha images. In the afternoon we continue on to Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh. Check in at the hotel then enjoy the rest of the evening at your leisure.

- Meals: Breakfast
- Accommodations: Hotel in Phnom Penh

Day 9: Phnom Penh – Killing Field – Royal Palace
Welcome to Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s vibrant and bustling capital city. Despite its recent turbulent history, Phnom Penh’s wide tree-lined boulevards and faded colonial mansions hold an undeniable charm. Phnom Penh was founded in the 14th century and has long been a vital trading hub at the confluence of three rivers: the Mekong, Tonle Sap, and Bassac. Start the day learning about the Khmer Rouge and Cambodia’s recent history on a guided tour of the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and the notorious Choeung Ek “Killing Fields.” In the afternoon, try out your best bargaining skills on a walk through the city’s expansive “Russian Market,” where you can find anything from motorcycle parts to valuable gems. Enjoy some free time in the afternoon to relax.

- Meals: Breakfast
- Accommodations: Hotel in Phnom Penh

Day 10: Phnom Penh – Free at leisure – Departure
Start the day with a visit to the Royal Palace, home to the royal family and the opulent silver pagoda. Then enjoy free time for some last minute souvenir shopping before driving to the airport to catch your departure flight home.
Meals: Breakfast

Note: Please be aware that flight times, hotels and all other logistics, services and days of travel are subject to availability. If the listed hotel is fully booked, alternate accommodation will be offered.
All hotels are rated according to local standards. All itineraries are flexible and can easily be altered to suit your needs and interests. Contact one of our travel consultants for more information.

For Cambodia Tour Inquiries, please email to info@vietnamimmigration.com or call +84 962 655 556 or 849 66 56 99 56

Monday, October 28, 2013

Foreigners, who stay in Vietnam more than 1 year and want to ask for a temporary residence card, are suggested to send the temporary residence card to the Vietnam Immigration Office or Police Immigration Management of Cities/Provinces under Central authority.

Procedures provided for asking to issue visa, extending, supplementing, visa modifying and asking for temporary residence certificate:


Foreigners would like to ask to issue, extend, supplement, modify visa and temporary residence certificate do need submit records to the Vietnam Immigration Office or Police Immigration Management of Cities/Provinces under Central authority.

If asking to issue visa, extending, supplementing, modifying visa, asking for temporary residence certificate are for tourism, the Vietnam international tourism companies -behalf of customers – will be responsible for dealing with Vietnam Immigration Office or Police Immigration Management of Cities/Provinces under Central authority.

If extending, supplementing, modifying visa, asking for temporary residence certificate are for the individuals such as: family visit, marriage, child adoption, treatment … the application must be confirmed by the ward, commune or shelter agencies which has jurisdiction.

Procedure provided for asking to issue visa in case of losing passport:

In case your passport is lost in Vietnam, you do need immediately report to the ward, commune where your passport was lost or contact the diplomatic representatives, your Embassy or Consulate in Vietnam to ask for a new passport or other documents that can be used as a valid passport. And then, you should apply for the new Vietnam visa.

Procedures provided for staying purpose conversion:

Foreigners who want to convert their purpose of staying in Vietnam must be approved by agencies, organizations or individuals as a guarantee to complete all the procedures in Vietnam Immigration Office or Police Immigration Management of Cities/Provinces under Central authority (where the agencies, organizations or individuals guarantee).

Procedures for temporary residence card:

Foreigners staying in Vietnam more than 1 year who would like to ask for a temporary residence card are suggested to send the temporary residence card to the Vietnam Immigration Office or Management immigration police Cities/ provinces of Central authority.

 The address of Vietnam Immigration Office in Vietnam:

In Hanoi: 40A Hang Bai, Hoan Kiem.
In Hochiminh City: 254 Nguyen Trai, Dist 1.
In Danang City: No 7 Tran Quy Cap, Danang City.

Vietnam Immigration Office

Foreigners, who stay in Vietnam more than 1 year and want to ask for a temporary residence card, are suggested to send the temporary residence card to the Vietnam Immigration Office or Police Immigration Management of Cities/Provinces under Central authority.

Procedures provided for asking to issue visa, extending, supplementing, visa modifying and asking for temporary residence certificate:


Foreigners would like to ask to issue, extend, supplement, modify visa and temporary residence certificate do need submit records to the Vietnam Immigration Office or Police Immigration Management of Cities/Provinces under Central authority.

If asking to issue visa, extending, supplementing, modifying visa, asking for temporary residence certificate are for tourism, the Vietnam international tourism companies -behalf of customers – will be responsible for dealing with Vietnam Immigration Office or Police Immigration Management of Cities/Provinces under Central authority.

If extending, supplementing, modifying visa, asking for temporary residence certificate are for the individuals such as: family visit, marriage, child adoption, treatment … the application must be confirmed by the ward, commune or shelter agencies which has jurisdiction.

Procedure provided for asking to issue visa in case of losing passport:

In case your passport is lost in Vietnam, you do need immediately report to the ward, commune where your passport was lost or contact the diplomatic representatives, your Embassy or Consulate in Vietnam to ask for a new passport or other documents that can be used as a valid passport. And then, you should apply for the new Vietnam visa.

Procedures provided for staying purpose conversion:

Foreigners who want to convert their purpose of staying in Vietnam must be approved by agencies, organizations or individuals as a guarantee to complete all the procedures in Vietnam Immigration Office or Police Immigration Management of Cities/Provinces under Central authority (where the agencies, organizations or individuals guarantee).

Procedures for temporary residence card:

Foreigners staying in Vietnam more than 1 year who would like to ask for a temporary residence card are suggested to send the temporary residence card to the Vietnam Immigration Office or Management immigration police Cities/ provinces of Central authority.

 The address of Vietnam Immigration Office in Vietnam:

In Hanoi: 40A Hang Bai, Hoan Kiem.
In Hochiminh City: 254 Nguyen Trai, Dist 1.
In Danang City: No 7 Tran Quy Cap, Danang City.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Are you looking for location of Vietnam embassy in Cape Verde ?

We are afraid that you will not be able to find any Vietnam Embassy or Vietnam Consulate in Cape Verde because there is no Vietnam Embassy/Consulate in this country at the moment.

Please contact to a Vietnam Embassy/Consulate in any country that you find closest and most convenient for you.

We will update the latest information of the Embassy/ Consulate of Vietnam in this country as soon as we can so that you can contact easier.

However, if you heard any information about them, please let us know and we would be grateful for you concern.

CAPE VERDE
Complete Name: Republic of Cape Verde
Native Name: Cabo Verde
ISO-Code: CPV
Capital: Praia
Municipalities in Cape Verde : Boa Vista, Brava, Maio, Mosteiros, Paúl, Porto Novo, Praia, Ribeira Brava, Ribeira Grande, Ribeira Grande de Santiago, Sal, Santa Catarina, Santa Catarina do Fogo, Santa Cruz, São Domingos, São Filipe, São Lourenço dos Órgãos, São Miguel, São Salvador do Mundo, São Vicente, Tarrafal, Tarrafal de São Nicolau

Principal Cities : Praia, Mindelo, Santa Maria

Vietnam Embassy in Cape Verde

Are you looking for location of Vietnam embassy in Cape Verde ?

We are afraid that you will not be able to find any Vietnam Embassy or Vietnam Consulate in Cape Verde because there is no Vietnam Embassy/Consulate in this country at the moment.

Please contact to a Vietnam Embassy/Consulate in any country that you find closest and most convenient for you.

We will update the latest information of the Embassy/ Consulate of Vietnam in this country as soon as we can so that you can contact easier.

However, if you heard any information about them, please let us know and we would be grateful for you concern.

CAPE VERDE
Complete Name: Republic of Cape Verde
Native Name: Cabo Verde
ISO-Code: CPV
Capital: Praia
Municipalities in Cape Verde : Boa Vista, Brava, Maio, Mosteiros, Paúl, Porto Novo, Praia, Ribeira Brava, Ribeira Grande, Ribeira Grande de Santiago, Sal, Santa Catarina, Santa Catarina do Fogo, Santa Cruz, São Domingos, São Filipe, São Lourenço dos Órgãos, São Miguel, São Salvador do Mundo, São Vicente, Tarrafal, Tarrafal de São Nicolau

Principal Cities : Praia, Mindelo, Santa Maria

Thursday, October 17, 2013

A Vietnam visa is an entry visa allowing its holder to enter and exit Vietnam through the country’s international airports at Hanoi City, Ho Chi Minh City and Da Nang City, or through any of its land borders with China, Cambodia and Laos. This visa is granted at the local Vietnamese embassy or consulate upon request of the applicant or upon arrival at the Vietnam international airport. Certain types of visa are issued by the government such as the tourist visa, business visa, student visa and the transit visa.

The tourist visa is usually valid for a stay of up to 30 days with single or multiple entry provision while the business visa allows single or multiple entries valid for up to 90 days. The student visa, on the other hand, is issued after arrival in Vietnam through the assistance of a local travel agency. The government also issues a transit visa for a group of travelers desiring to visit Vietnamese cities for five days in the company of an English-speaking tour guide.

 Applying for a Vietnam visa can be made by yourself through a local Vietnamese embassy or consulate in your country or through a local travel agency. If you apply yourself with the embassy, you will be required to submit certain documents including your passport with remaining 6-month validity. Through a local travel agency, the visa is granted only to those entering Vietnam through the airport. Even without visiting a local Vietnamese embassy or consulate in your country, however, you can still get your visa on arrival by filling out a visa application online beforehand, getting the approval letter and paying for the stamping fee, which varies according to the type of your visa like USD45 for single entry or USD65 for single or multiple entry visa for a stay of up to 30 days.

You Can Apply for Your Visa Online

A Vietnam visa is an entry visa allowing its holder to enter and exit Vietnam through the country’s international airports at Hanoi City, Ho Chi Minh City and Da Nang City, or through any of its land borders with China, Cambodia and Laos. This visa is granted at the local Vietnamese embassy or consulate upon request of the applicant or upon arrival at the Vietnam international airport. Certain types of visa are issued by the government such as the tourist visa, business visa, student visa and the transit visa.

The tourist visa is usually valid for a stay of up to 30 days with single or multiple entry provision while the business visa allows single or multiple entries valid for up to 90 days. The student visa, on the other hand, is issued after arrival in Vietnam through the assistance of a local travel agency. The government also issues a transit visa for a group of travelers desiring to visit Vietnamese cities for five days in the company of an English-speaking tour guide.

 Applying for a Vietnam visa can be made by yourself through a local Vietnamese embassy or consulate in your country or through a local travel agency. If you apply yourself with the embassy, you will be required to submit certain documents including your passport with remaining 6-month validity. Through a local travel agency, the visa is granted only to those entering Vietnam through the airport. Even without visiting a local Vietnamese embassy or consulate in your country, however, you can still get your visa on arrival by filling out a visa application online beforehand, getting the approval letter and paying for the stamping fee, which varies according to the type of your visa like USD45 for single entry or USD65 for single or multiple entry visa for a stay of up to 30 days.
This is an alternative way to get your visa for Vietnam. You just need to fill in our “Online Application Form“, pay the service fee, get your “Visa approval letter” within 2 working days and pick up your visa at your destination airport (Hanoi airport, Ho Chi Minh city airport)

After we obtain the approval letter for you, we will forward you a copy by email. Copies of the same document will be forwarded on your behalf to Vietnam Immigration checkpoints at International Airports only. When you arrive in Viet Nam, the Immigration officers will have those documents ready and will be able to issue your entry visa quickly. (See our guide to visa procedure at Vietnam airports)

See Also:  You can check out the information below for the detailed airport map where you will pick up your visa when you arrive.

WHAT IS VIETNAM VISA ON ARRIVAL?

This is an alternative way to get your visa for Vietnam. You just need to fill in our “Online Application Form“, pay the service fee, get your “Visa approval letter” within 2 working days and pick up your visa at your destination airport (Hanoi airport, Ho Chi Minh city airport)

After we obtain the approval letter for you, we will forward you a copy by email. Copies of the same document will be forwarded on your behalf to Vietnam Immigration checkpoints at International Airports only. When you arrive in Viet Nam, the Immigration officers will have those documents ready and will be able to issue your entry visa quickly. (See our guide to visa procedure at Vietnam airports)

See Also:  You can check out the information below for the detailed airport map where you will pick up your visa when you arrive.