VIETNAM VISA SERVICES
What is a ‘Visa on Arrival?
|This is most likely the easiest way to obtain your visa without having to chase down embassies, consulates and the like prior to yourtrip. The entry visa will be stamped on your passport at the Visa On Arrival Desk at the International Airport in Vietnam. Then you can pass through the Immigration checking point. With this type of visa, you only can enter the country by air.|
How to get a Visa on Arrival?
We get a visa on arrival Approval letter for you from the Vietnam Immigration Department. After obtaining the approval letter, we will forward you a copy by fax or email. Copies of the same document will be forwarded on your behalf to Vietnam Immigration checkpoints at International Airports only, so when you arrive in Viet Nam, the Immigration officers will have those documents on hand and will be able to issue your entry visa at once. Please remember to bring at least 02 photos of passport regulation size (2in x 2in or 4cm x 6cm) and cash (US dollars) for the stamping fees
Requirement to process a visa for you, we need the following informations :
- Your title (Mr./Mrs./Ms.)
- Your name exactly as it appears in your passport
- Date of birth
- Passport No.
- Date of Passport expiration
- Proposed date of arrival
How it works:
After receiving your information and payment (will be advised upon receipt of your information), we will process the visa immediately. You can expect the process to take 2 to 4 working days, and in urgent cases, only 1 to 2 working days.Below is our Service fees and Stamping fees – which you will be required to pay directly at the airport.
Normal Processing : 3 – 4 working days .Urgent Processing : 1 -2 working day/s
Visa on Arrival Fees (correct as of May 2013)
- 25 USD/person for 1-3 month single entry visa.
- 65 USD/person for 1 month (29 days) multiple entry visa.
- 95 USD/person for 30 days to 3 months multiple entry visa.
- 135 USD/person for 6 months or more multiple entry visa.
Vietnam is still predominantly a cash society – the majority of shops and restaurants, with the exception of international chains and some tourist-orientated places in the big cities, do not accept debit or credit cards, though they can be used in many hotels. The currency in Vietnam is the Dong (VND), and though US dollars are accepted in many popular destinations and attractions, the majority of transactions are conducted in Dong.