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Vietnam is a South-East Asian country that is known worldwide for its rice-based dishes (including Pho and much of its other street food), the Vietnamese War, and the many shades of green that colour its rolling hills and rice paddies. The country's capital - Hanoi - and the ancient city (+UNESCO World Heritage Site) Hoi An are must-sees when arriving here.

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Vietnam

Visa Type

Tourist

Business

Transit

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Vietnam is a South-East Asian country that is known worldwide for its rice-based dishes (including Pho and much of its other street food), the Vietnamese War, and the many shades of green that colour its rolling hills and rice paddies. The country's capital - Hanoi - and the ancient city (+UNESCO World Heritage Site) Hoi An are must-sees when arriving here.

Tourist (Standard)
Processing time:
4 Days to 5 Days
Category:
e-visa
Stay period:
30 Days
Validity:
30 Days
Entry:
Single Entry
Fees:
INR 2490
Tourist (Standard)
Processing time:
4 Days to 5 Days
Category:
Sticker
Stay period:
30 Days
Validity:
30 Days
Entry:
Single Entry
Fees:
INR 5590

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TOURIST VISA REQUIREMENT FOR VIETNAM

Passport

You must hold a passport valid for at least with an expiration date at least 6 months beyond your intended duration of stay in Vietnam.

Authorization Document

this is handled by the Immigration Department (Ministry of Public Security) or the Consular Department in Ho Chi Minh city (Ministry of Foreign Affairs).

Passport

You must hold a passport valid for at least with an expiration date at least 6 months beyond your intended duration of stay in Vietnam.

Application Form

The Vietnam application form must be duly filled and signed by the traveler. This is the form: https://vietnamvisa.govt.vn/form-on-arrival.pdf. It must be submitted in the same format (pdf).

Photograph

2 recent color 4*6cm photograph must be submitted. This must be taken on a white background. A neutral expression must be maintained, and no sunglasses or caps must be worn. One picture must be attached to the application, and the other must be submitted upon arrival. For your, Vietnam E-visa apply online at Visa2Fly.

Authorization Document

this is handled by the Immigration Department (Ministry of Public Security) or the Consular Department in Ho Chi Minh city (Ministry of Foreign Affairs).

IMPORTANT VISA INFORMATION FOR ViETNAM

  • All Indian passport holders require a valid visa to enter Vietnam.
  • Each applicant must have all the mandatory documents as mentioned in requirement tabs below
  • In addition to the documents mentioned, our visa experts or the concerned embassy may require you to furnish additional documents to process your visa.Your cooperation in furnishing any such additional documents is essential for a positive outcome.
  • If all the documents are not ready at the time of agent visit then additional charges levied when agent visits your residence again
  • Fee may vary for country if rate of the embassy fluctuate.
  • FAQ's

    Yes, it is possible to opt for a Vietnamese visa on arrival. This would require the same form, however, it will be submitted at the airport upon arrival. You would also need to send it to them by post beforehand, so they can send you a Visa Approval Letter. This is chargeable and necessary for the visa-on-arrival. For your, Vietnam E-visa apply online at Visa2Fly.

    You will be denied entry into Vietnam if you do not have either an e-visa or a pre-approval letter. There are no exceptions to this rule, so please exercise caution.

    You would need to pay the fee online, through credit/debit cards - Visa, MasterCard, or American Express.

    If you are opting for an e-visa, you would need to submit this form to your nearest Vietnamese embassy. A visa on arrival would entail the form is submitted at the International Border checkpoint (upon arrival in Vietnam), to an Immigration officer. For your, Vietnam E-visa apply online at Visa2Fly.

    The visa on arrival is only available for those passengers who are arriving by air. Those who enter Vietnam by sea or land would need to opt for an e-visa.

    If you are traveling to Laos after visiting Vietnam, please make sure the visa that you have is affixed in your passport (and not detachable). Vietnamese officials remove detachable visas from the passports when travelers leave Vietnam – this means that there is no proof of departure from Vietnam after. Laos officials require proof of departure from Vietnam, without which they may ask you to return back. For your, Vietnam E-visa apply online at Visa2Fly.

    You would also be required to show your passport. For precaution, we suggest you review the applicable ports of entry that you can enter through (with an e-visa) as well.

    No, you would need to apply for a work permit in this case. This process would need to be completed before you enter Vietnam itself. In the case of attending any conferences or meetings, in which you would stay in Vietnam only for a few days, you could apply for a business visa. For your, Vietnam E-visa apply online at Visa2Fly.

    If the purpose of your visit changes, you would need a new visa. This means in your case, you must obtain a new visa outside of Vietnam (leave, apply for a visa, come back) that is appropriate for your new activities. You cannot start those activities before you get your visa.

    You would need to apply for a new e-visa. The old one, which you would get after 3 days, would either be rejected or invalid. You will not be able to travel with it.

    No, visa fees are non-refundable – for which reason, please make sure all your information is entered correctly, and thoroughly checked before submission.

    Yes, you can apply for a loose-leaf visa. This is detachable from your passport. Please note, if you are traveling to any third country after departing from Vietnam, please do not opt for this option. This is because the Vietnamese officials remove your detachable visa upon leaving the country – the third country would require you to show proof of departure from Vietnam, in the form of a passport stamp on your visa. You would not have this if you opted for a loose-leaf visa. For your, Vietnam E-visa apply online at Visa2Fly.

    You will require a replacement visa and passport, in order to legally be allowed to remain in, and depart from, Vietnam. Your country’s embassy in Vietnam can issue you a limited validity replacement passport (sometimes in as little as one business day) for emergency purposes; however, the Vietnamese government requires 3-5 (working) days to issue a replacement visa. For which reason, we recommend that you exercise extreme caution when it comes to your travel documents – theft and/or loss would cause unnecessary complications.

    Yes, they do have an ‘urgent case’ visa available. This will be processed in 4-6 hours. However, please note that you will have to pay a premium for this kind of visa.

    Yes, you can transit without a visa if you stay inside the airport premises for your entire transit time.

    Both the Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi airports offer comfortable sleeping services and good food/beverage for transit passengers, so you would not have to worry about finding amenities.

    If you are transiting in Vietnam for more than 6 hours, and you want to leave the airport, you could opt for a single-entry visa on arrival. We suggest that if this is the route you want to take, please make preparations for the visa before departure itself. ( You will need to submit a form to them, even before you arrive)

    You do not need to show a return ticket (from your third country) to the Vietnam authorities, however, many airlines do not let you board until they have seen proof of return tickets - checking with your airline for this matter is advised. For your, Vietnam E-visa apply online at Visa2Fly.

    Currently, there is no e-visa facility for transit passengers. If you are staying in the airport premises itself (for the whole duration of your layover), then you would not require any transit visa.

    If you are a light sleeper, it is advised to book into a hotel close to the airport. This is because some international airports (such as the Hanoi and Danang ones) are small, and bustling with life even at late hours. You might be disturbed by the noise.

    Yes, you require a visa in this case. Since there is no explicit transit visa for Vietnam, you should get a standard tourist e-visa, or a visa-on-arrival instead. You need to submit documents before your journey for both types, so planning ahead and preparing for the same is advised.

    Yes, you can. Vietnam has launched a pilot e-visa system. There are a group of 80 countries who can apply for an e-visa under this. India is one of these countries.

    For the e-visa, it can take around 3 working days (after the Immigration Department receives the visa application and fee). For a normal offline visa, it should not take more than a week to process.

    According to Vietnamese law, the expiry date of the visa must be at least 30 days before your passport is set to expire. This means that the e-visa expiry date should also be a minimum of 30 days before your passport expires.

    Yes. You will need two photographs, of 4*6cm dimensions. You must be looking straight into the camera and must not be wearing glasses. The photo must be in portrait mode. You will also need to submit a copy of your passport data page (the full page including your passport photo).

    There is something similar to a visa on arrival – however, you will need a pre-prepared VOA (Visa On-Arrival) approval letter. Upon showing this letter on arrival, you can get a visa on arrival. However, we recommend going for an e-visa or a regular visa, so that you will have a greater confirmation of entry into the country.

    No, you will not be refunded. The Vietnamese Immigration Department does not currently offer refunds for visas after the fees have been paid.

    You will need at least 2 weeks. This is generally how long it takes. Students are allowed to take up part-time work opportunities, but no full-time jobs. If you wish to be employed in Vietnam, you must apply for a Vietnam working visa.

    The parent visa for Vietnam is actually just a normal Vietnam visitor visa. You will not have to apply for a separate visa for parent purposes. For more information, and for booking your visa, please contact us at Visa2Fly and we shall assist you

    Yes. You will need the visa if you wish to attend work events, conferences, or negotiate deals. There are options for visas of varying validities (1month and 3 months), as well as single and multiple entries. Check out or website at Visa2Fly to learn more!

    Our page on obtaining a Vietnam visitor visa tells you exactly what the fees are like – for business tourist and transit facilities! Click the hyperlink to know more. Please note, the Vietnam visa authorities do not process fee refunds or transfers.

    You can apply for an e-visa, or even apply for a regular visa. You can also process a “visa on-arrival”, for which you will need to process an approval letter before you leave India. Either way, we @ Visa2Fly can help you with any of these processes. Check out or website at Visa2Fly to learn more!

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