New decree on expelling foreigners who break Vietnam law

Posted by Vietnam-Evisa.Org on Jul 17, 2014

According to new decree No. 112/2013/ND-CP on expelling foreigners who break Vietnam law dated on November 2nd 2013, they will receive deportation decision at least 48 hours before implementation and be expelled out of Vietnam.

Some important points in new decree will be showed in below:

According to new decree No. 112/ 2013 on November 2nd 2103, during 10 considered days, director provincial police or Director of Immigration department who have the right to decide to expel foreigners out of Vietnam boundary. Deported people will receive deportation decision at least 48 hours prior to implementation.

 

Vietnam immigration department

Vietnam immigration department-the place to settle immigration cases entering into Vietnam


Commission who discover foreigners break Vietnam law, they must send documents, exhibits or equivalent custody facilities (if there) to the Immigration office or police’s provincial province in which foreigners register permanent or temporary residence or in which takes place violation. If violation is exposed by central office, agencies of police ministry, all dossier will be sent to immigration management.


During 10 considered days, sanctions will be decided by director of provincial police or immigration director. Violation decision to expel foreigners will be sent to Vietnam diplomatic ministry, consulate of diplomatic representations agencies which foreigners finally temporary living. The decision must contain Vietnamese and English in text.


Expelled people will receive deportation decision at least 48 hours prior to implementation. They can contact to their consulate or diplomatic representation offices to be protected, to be supported or to carry legal properties out of Vietnam.


In case foreigners is sick that must be treated emergency or because of other force majeure cases or implementing civil, administrative or economic obligations, they will be postponed expelled implementation. This decree was taken effect on November 17th 2013.

Have a nice day!

By Vietnam-evisa.org team

Source from: The Vietnam immigration department

 

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    CHARLES
    Ghana

    Hi

    Oct 01, 2018
    please am from Ghana a Ghanaian and a friend is in Vietnam he entered with a tourist visa and to visit a friend and after entering a friend disappointed him and become stranded then later he lost the passport and documents.he then contact the Ghana highcomission and prepare him a TC.afer received the TC he sent it to the immigration department office in Vietnam ho chi Minh city The immigration department then request for a police report and he font have so he come back to his place and visit a police station for a police report.but the police said no because he should have register his self the time he rented Vietnam.and this case he is stranded and want to come back home so how can he get an exist visa to return back home?
    Vietnam Evisa Support
    Oct 02, 2018

    Dear CHARLES,

    Thank you for your concern with our service!

    In this case, could you please send us your passport scan, visa letter or TC copy to our email: visa@vietnam-evisa.org.

    We need to check your document in advance and reply you in detail.

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