Vietnam E-Visa (Electronic Visa) issued by the Vietnam Immigration Department is a type of visa foreigners can obtain via electronic system, regardless of purpose to enter Vietnam.
Applying E-Visa would be more convenient for travelers since it is in PDF format and will be accepted at listed eligible international airports, land ports and seaports. Compared to Visa On Arrival, foreigners can apply for E-Visa while staying in Vietnam for saving time and costs due to individual itinerary. If you are planning a trip to Vietnam, we recommend applying for an E-Visa.
Fee: see detailed
E-Visa can be issued for both tourism & business travel purposes. The current validity of each type of E-Visa as follow:
- Tourist E-Visa, 1-month stay, single entry
- Business E-Visa, 1-month stay, single entry
Processing time: Normal: 3 working days
You even can choose the faster processing time. Kindly explore here
· The image of your passport data page (full data page including ICAO lines)
· Your portrait photo (looking straight, without glasses)
Why choose us
- Prompt support is always available 24/7
- Fast process for your itinerary
- Clear refund policy
How to apply:
Step 1: Click Apply Visa and fill out the application form
Step 2: Upload your passport photo and portrait photo
Step 3: Confirmed and make the payment
Step 4: Receive the E-Visa via email and travel to Vietnam
The application process is simple and can be completed in just a few minutes. Once you have submitted your application, you will receive an email confirmation with the time you will get E-Visa from us, then be received the E-Visa via email.
You can print E-Visa out or show it on your phone to board the plane. You will also need to show your E-Visa to the immigration checkpoint to get Visa stamp when you arrive in the country.
Have Your Question
Julie KinnairdUnited States of America
Evisa name orderSep 12, 2023I hope you can help.
I have emailed the evisa Vietnam web portal help site but have had no reply.
I have been issued 2 single entry visa for Vietnam but I notice my name is shown differently on each. One says Kinnaird Julie Ann and the other says Julie Ann Kinnaird. My passport is Surname: Kinnaird. Given Names: Julie Ann. Can you let me know if either will be a problem on entry?
Gratefully yours,Vietnam Evisa SupportSep 13, 2023
Dear Julie Kinnaird,
Thank you for your attention to our website.
The order of your name is put according to the ICAO line on your passport.
If they match, you can use that Visa to board the plane and enter Vietnam.
Heidi Phan (Ms.)