Tag Archives: Vietnam visa upon arrival

Vietnam visa fee hike dramatically since 1 January in 2013

The new circular No 190/2012/TT-BCT has just been launched in modification and amendment to the circular 66/2009/TT-BTC to adjust fees on passport, papers on entry, exit, transit, residence and visa granting. According to the new circular by Ministry of Finance, the stamping fee on Vietnam visa single entry  for foreigners will increase 80% compared to the current, from $25 to …

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How to get Vietnam visa from India

If you are an Indian passport holder, or residents in India whose nationality do not appear in the Vietnam visa exemption list, you are required a valid visa to enter Vietnam. There are two ways for you to get Vietnam visa from this country: 1.  Get Vietnam Visa on Arrival at lower cost (get visa stamped at Vietnam International Airports …

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How to get Vietnam visa from Afghanistan

For Afghanistan passport holder, please contact the nearest Vietnam Embassy or Vietnam Immigration Department for details For residents in Afghanistan whose nationality do not appear in the Vietnamvisa exemption list, you are required a valid visa to enter Vietnam. There are two ways for you to get Vietnam visa from this country: 1. Get Vietnam Visa on Arrival at lower …

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Mistakes when applying for a Vietnam visa on arrival

During more than 8 years working in visa on arrival industry and serving thousands of customers all over the world, we have seen some common mistakes that applicants often have when they apply for a visa on arrival to Vietnam. Therefore, we are composing this post to list down some of the most common mistakes that travelers might have to …

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Tourists to see Southeast Asia on single visa

Travelers could soon be able surf in Bali, shop in Singapore and eat spicy street food in Thailand before crossing into Cambodia and cruising the Mekong in Vietnam – all on a single tourist visa. The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is working on a plan that would open the region to foreign tourists in the same way Europe’s …

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