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1 Month Single Entry (Tourism)
3 Month Single Entry (Tourism)
1 Month Multiple Entry (Tourism)
3 Month Multiple Entry (Tourism)

Type of visa

1 Month Single Entry (Tourism):

3 Month Single Entry (Tourism):

1 Month Multiple Entry (Tourism):

3 Month Multiple Entry (Tourism):

Processing Time
Service fee: US$
*This fee excludes US $25 for the government e-visa fees.
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Get your visa for Vietnam in 3 simple steps

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1

Fill in an online e-visa application form

Takes less than 5 minutes

Upload clear and high-quality images of your passport's bio page and photo (4x6cm) in .jpg format.

2

Review application and make payment

Review your application and pay for the e-visa fees

Please carefully review and confirm all the information provided in your application, including your ports of arrival and date of travel. Please note that once your e-visa is issued, these details cannot be changed.

3

Receive e-visa by email

The e-visa will be sent to you by email within 5-7 working days

Upon receiving your e-visa document via email, please ensure to print it out and have it with you when arriving at the port of entry in Vietnam.

1

Fill in an online form

Takes less than 5 minutes

Fill in a secure online visa on arrival application form which takes a couple of minutes.

2

Confirm and pay

Review the visa information and pay for the service fee

Confirm the information for processing your visa letter including your name, date of birth, nationality, passport number and the date of arrival and then pay the service fee using credit cards or debit cards.

3

Get your visa stamp

Prepare all documents and get on landing airport in Vietnam

Receive the "Visa approval letter" by email in 3-5 working days, print it out, prepare 2 passport size photos, stamping fee in cash, entry/exit form and your original passport to get your visa stamp when you arrive at Vietnam airport.

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Our immigration experts review all information and documents to ensure they meet the requirements.

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Visa on arrival is an alternative way to get a visa for Vietnam for those who travel on a tour package with local operator...

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News & Updates

Stay updated, stay informed with our latest and upcoming visa policy changes...

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Recent questions

Rhonda Bamford Australia

HHi, my husband & I are going to Vietnam & Cambodia in April. I have received my evisa but my husband's evisa is still processing as they said all of the information regarding our expected place that we are staying at in Vietnam was filled in incorrectly. This has been …

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Asked on 24 Feb 2024
Lyndsey Hyman New Zealand

We have received our e-visas for a 3 month single entry. Do we pay some more on arrival at Immigration and if so how much? and is it in $US? Or was that just the old system for picking up 'visa on arrival'

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Asked on 23 Feb 2024
Lohini Ellid Canada

I applied for a visa through Canadian Vietnamese embassy 2 weeks ago and have not received it yet. I’m travelling in 2 business days. What are my options?

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Asked on 15 Feb 2024
Steve United States

Hi, My wife , my two teenagers, and 12 years old daughter had e-visa except me. The application is amended with the reason your children have their own passport, you are required to submit separate e-Visa application for them. I had sent to the Evie’s support link and emailed to …

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Asked on 14 Feb 2024
Rajesh India

Hi, I am from India, We have submitted our visa application on 2nd Feb and will be flying to vietnam on 23rd Feb. (For myself and my partner) We forgot there will be a holiday week and we still didn't get visa. Status is in processing. Do i get visa …

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Asked on 14 Feb 2024
Paul Moore Australia

we are UK passport holders. we are stying in vietnam for two nights when travelling Sydney London. We are doing the same thing when returning London Sydney. that will be 29 days later. Is that allowed?

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Asked on 08 Feb 2024

Frequently asked questions

1. What to expect for the Vietnam visa policy in 2024?

There are proposals for the following changes in the year 2024:

  • Granting short-term visa exemptions for visitors from major markets such as China and India.
  • Extending visa exemptions to travelers from the United States, Canada, Australia, and select European countries.
  • Implementing visa on arrival in Vietnam (no pre-approved visa letter required).
  • Introducing longer-term visas valid for 3-5 years.

2. Where can I submit an application for a Vietnam e-Visa?

There are two options:

1. Apply on the official website of the Immigration Department (https://evisa.xuatnhapcanh.gov.vn/trang-chu-ttdt).

2. Apply on our website:

Benefits of applying for an e-visa on My Vietnam Visa website:

  • We have created a simplified form with fewer required fields, making it easier to complete.
  • We have 99% on time rate. Our team of immigration experts thoroughly reviews all information and documentation provided. That will decrease the likelihood of your visa application being rejected.
  • We provide customers with fast and responsive support.

3. What are the recent visa policy changes in Vietnam?

Here are a few updates on visa for Vietnam:

  • For visa exemption: The gap between 2 visa-free entries has been removed, you now can re-enter Vietnam immediately without having to wait for another 30 days.
  • Visa on arrival option is only available to visitors who are traveling on a tour program.
  • E-visa application is now available to all nationalities
  • Citizens from Germany, Italy, France, the UK, Russia, Japan, Korea (South), Denmark, Sweden, Spain, Norway, Finland, Belarus are now exempt from visa requirements for 45 days.
  • 3 month multi-entry (Evisa) is available from 15 August onward.
  • E-visa holders can enter 42 ports of entry instead 33 as of now.
  • More countries to be added to the visa-free country list soon.

More news and updates:

https://www.myvietnamvisa.com/vietnam-visa-policy-updates-news.html

 

4. Can I extend my Vietnam visa?

Currently, as of May 2023, visa extensions are not available. However, starting from June 2023, visitors will be able to extend their stay in Vietnam when the visa policy is eased.

5. How long does it take to get a visa to Vietnam?

The standard processing time for a pre-approved visa letter normally takes 2-3 working days, while for an e-visa, it usually takes 3-5 working days. However, urgent visa processing can be completed within 1 working day for both types of visas. In cases where super urgent processing is required, it can be done in as little as 2 hours.

6. How much is a Vietnam visa?

The cost of a visa for Vietnam depends on the type of visa you are applying for. In general, a single-entry 30-day e-visa fee is $25 USD per person if you apply directly on the official immigration website.

7. How do I get a visa for Vietnam?

Electronic visa (E-visa) is currently the simplest and easiest way to apply for a visa to visit Vietnam. E-visa allows citizens from 80 countries to register and use it at 33 international ports of entry including land, sea, and air borders.

8. Do I need a visa to go to Vietnam?

Vietnam is currently granting visa exemptions to 25 countries, including ASEAN countries, the UK, Spain, Germany, France, and some others. If you are not eligible for entry visa exemption, you will need to obtain a valid visa to enter Vietnam.

Country

Duration (days)

Note

Purpose of entry

Russia

45

Unilateral Not required

Japan

45

Unilateral Not required

South Korea

45

Unilateral

Not required

Norway

45

Unilateral Not required

Finland

45

Unilateral

Not required

Denmark

45

Unilateral Not required

Sweden

45

Unilateral

Not required

United Kingdom

45

Unilateral

Not required

France

45

Unilateral

Not required

Germany

45

Unilateral

Not required

Spain

45

Unilateral

Not required

Italia

45

Unilateral

Not required

Belarus

45

Unilateral

Not required