How To Use a Vietnam E-Visa to Enter Vietnam Through A Landport

Posted by Vietnam-Evisa.Org on Oct 12, 2023

The E-Visa is eligible for 42 ports including airport, seaport and landport, that make easier and convenient for travelers who visit many countries by crossing landport. 

To enter Vietnam by landport, you need to take the following steps:

  1. Present your E-Visa to the Vietnamese immigration officer at the border crossing. You can either show your E-Visa on your phone or print out a copy of your E-Visa.
  2. The Vietnamese immigration officer will check your passport and your E-Visa to make sure that they all match.
  3. They will give you an entry stamp on your passport.
  4. Once you have received your entry stamp, you are free to proceed to Vietnam.

Things you need to keep in mind

Make sure that your E-Visa is still valid before you travel to Vietnam.

Make sure that you have all of the required documentation, such as your passport and your E-Visa.

Here is a list of landports in Vietnam where you can use an E-Visa:

  1. Tay Trang Landport (Dien Bien province)
  2. Mong Cai Landport (Quang Ninh province)
  3. Huu Nghi Landport (Lang Son province)
  4. Lao Cai Landport (Lao Cai province)
  5. Na Meo Landport (Thanh Hoa province)
  6. Nam Can Landport (Nghe An province)
  7. Cau Treo Landport (Ha Tinh province)
  8. Cha Lo Landport (Quang Binh province)
  9. La Lay Landport (Quang Tri province)
  10. Lao Bao Landport (Quang Tri province)
  11. Bo Y Landport (Kon Tum province)
  12. Moc Bai Landport (Tay Ninh province)
  13. Xa Mat Landport (Tay Ninh province)
  14. Tinh Bien Landport (An Giang province)
  15. Vinh Xuong Landport (An Giang province)
  16. Ha Tien Landport (Kien Giang province)

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