New regulation about Vietnam Visa stamping Fee
According to the new officially announcement proclaimed about the Vietnamese Visa stamping fee for foreign customers, the fee is delightedly slashed by 40% from November 23rd, 2015. This amendment might ascend a massive motivation in foreign arrivals at the year-end period.
Vietnam will cut the standard visa fee for visitors from US$45 to $25 on November 23. Similarly, with multiple entry visa in three months validity, its stamping fee will sharply fall from current $95 down to $50. The stamping fee for 6 months multiple entries Visa will be 95USD.
With the new regulations above and the convenience of Visa on arrival service, we expect that the number of foreign visitors will be increased.
If you are wondering about Vietnamese Visa on arrival, coming to our service will be a good idea. Please click on the link to get more information about our service https://www.vietnam-evisa.org/.
Have a nice day!
Vietnam E Visa Team
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anaSpain and Canary Islands
VisaAug 11, 2016
Hi, I'm planning to travel to Vietnam (Hanoi) by plane the 1st of Setember and the idea is also to visit Laos, probably by bus. I'm coming back to Spain the 23rd of Setember. So, which type of visa I should request? 1 month multiple it is ok? There is any problem in this way to go in/out of the country by plane or other transport? ThanksVietnam Evisa SupportAug 11, 2016
Thank you so much for your concern!
We would like to confirm with you that Vietnam Visa on Arrival is processed for those who would like to enter Vietnam border by Plan only. In this case, you can apply 1 month multiple entry Visa, but you can only use it to go in/out Vietnam mamy times within 1 month by Plan.
If you have any question, do not hestitate to call us at: +84.909.343.525
VisaApr 22, 2016
I'm Chilean dual Italian nationality
I need a visa to Vietnam for 7 Days
Thank you very muchVietnam Evisa SupportApr 22, 2016
If you are Italian passport holder, we would like to confirm you that according to the Vietnam Immigration's new policy, from July 1, 2015 to June 2016, 6 countries (including France, Germany, Italy, Spain, UK and Belarus) no need Visa if they stay in Vietnam less than 15 days. However, the previous visit must be far at least 30 days the next visit.
Sharon ChivellSouth Africa
When to apply?Apr 05, 2016
I arrive in Hanoi on 22nd June 2016. I am on holiday travelling Hanoi, Ha Long Bay, Hoi An, Phu Quoc and Ho Chi Min City - departing 7th July 2016.
Please let me know when I should apply, how much it cost and if one visa is sufficient for the above?
I look forward to hearing from you.
SharonVietnam Evisa SupportApr 05, 2016
Thank you for your question.
We would like to inform with you that you can apply with us from now on and put your arrival date as is 22nd June. We advise you that you can apply for 1 month single type of Visa then your Visa will be valid from 22nd June to 22nd July and you are able to visit many cities as above.
Regards to your 2nd point, could you please advise us your nationality? then we can adivse you the accurate expense.
Temporaty Residence cardMar 30, 2016
Hello Im looking to apply for a temporary Residence card. I have been living in Vietnam since November 2005, Ive been here now for 10 years Im married and been married for 6 years to a Vietnam girl, I support her and her children.
What can be done
can you help
Kevin Collins Vung TauVietnam Evisa SupportMar 30, 2016
At the moment, we do not process the Temparary Resident Card anymore. So could you please contact with the Vietnam Immigration Dept.
Adrian HardleyUnited Kingdom
Type of visaDec 04, 2015
Hi I'm not sure what type of visa I need. I am a uk citizen. I am flying into Saigon on the 27th Dec and leaving on the 30th to go to Manila. I will then return to Vietnam on the 7th Jan in Hanoi and will leave on the 14th Jan to uk. Pls let me know thanks AdrianVietnam Evisa SupportDec 04, 2015
Dear Sir/ Madam
Thank you for your question.
We would like to confirm that UK citizens don't need a visa to Vietnam when they stay less than 15 days. However, the previous visit must be far at least 30 days the next visit.
In your case, if this is your first trip to Vietnam (on 27th Dec), you can enter Vietnam without visa. But the next trip which you return to Vietnam on 7th Jan, you have to apply visa. You can apply visa for 1 month single.
If you must get visa, first you just fill in application form in the link: http://www.vietnam-evisa.org/apply-visa.html . After receiving your payment, we will process and send to you the approval letter via your email within 2 working days, then just need print the letter out and use it to get visa stamp directly at Vietnam airport.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.