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Ditch the guidebooks and grab your passport. Here’s all you need to know for a trip to Hanoi, so what’re you waiting for?
1. Visa -- You can pre-arrange a visa on arrival online but you run the risk of waiting up to 90 minutes in Hanoi airport while the visa officers decide whose turn it is to do some work. Better to get it sorted before you leave, through your local embassy or travel agent.
British passport holders have two options. They can obtain a visa before arrival through the Vietnamese embassy in London.
Alternatively, and this is my preference, they can buy online an “approval letter” (from a private agency such as myvietnamvisa.com, which offers a very efficient service) that takes two to three days (£12). You must print out the approval letter, which is required to board the plane in the UK and also to obtain your visa on arrival (one passport photo is also required and £27). There are no required vaccinations.
While a business visa can be for travel or for exploring business opportunities. You're not allowed to work on a business visa.
Visitors to Vietnam can apply for a tourist or business visa. Those with a work contract can also apply for a work visa. However, applying for a work visa from outside Vietnam is complicated and required lots of paperwork. Many people who go to Vietnam to work as English teachers or to search for a job apply for a tourist or business visa and then switch to a work visa from within the country. Regulations for visas to Vietnam change frequently. Six-month visas are sometimes available, while they're cancelled temporarily at other times. One and three-month visas are always available.
"Visas are required for American visitors — a one-month, single-entry visa is $20 through My Vietnam Visa (myvietnamvisa.com), an online agency that arranges for documents to be picked up upon arrival at Vietnam’s international airports, where an additional $25 “stamping fee” must be paid" read morePublication: The New York Times
"Alternatively, and this is my preference, they can buy online an “approval letter” (from a private agency such as myvietnamvisa.com, which offers a very efficient service) that takes two to three days (£12)." read morePublication: The Telegraph
Visa -- You can pre-arrange a visa on arrival online but you run the risk of waiting up to 90 minutes in Hanoi airport while the visa officers decide whose turn it is to do some work. Better to get it sorted before you leave, through your local embassy or travel agent." read morePublication: CNN TRAVEL
"The easiest way to apply is through https://www.myvietnamvisa.com. The cost is $25 for a one-month, single-entry visa. The online site arranges for your documents to be waiting for you at the Hanoi airport , where an additional $25 stamping fee is required." read morePublication: The Los Angeles Times
"Authorisation letters for visas on arrival can be obtained from myvietnamvisa.com for £12.29, plus a US$25 (£16.70) stamping fee on arrival. read morePublication: The Independent
"Letters are available in two ways. If you obtain your visa through the Internet, using a visa service, you will receive a letter via email, rather than an actual visa stamp." read morePublication: USA TODAY
“Another option for Americans is a single-entry visa on arrival, apply online and pay another stamping fee at the airport." read morePublication: GADLING - AOL TRAVEL
"The city is within easy reach of Dubai (about an eight-hour flight), with the added bonus of the quite brilliant www.myvietnamvisa.com allowing visitors to collect their visas on arrival. read morePublication: TimeOut Dubai
Apply online at www.myvietnamvisa. Carry the confirmation letter and the visa is stamped on arrival. $25 per person. read morePublication: The Times of India
"Just returned from Vietnam and used myvietnamvisa.com to get a visa on arrival. It was quick, easy, and I had no problems when entering at SGN. It's legit; the New York Times even had an article on it. read morePublication: FlyerTalk
"I used a company called myvietnamvisa.com - $19.99 for the letter (1 month single entry) & then I paid $25 at the airport. The letter fee varies depending on type/length of visa & whether you want standard or, express service." read morePublication: ThaiVisa
"I've used myvietnamvisa 3 times now with no issues. Very fast service." read morePublication: Travbuddy.com
Message from: Nadia (United States)
I just wanted to say thank you for your help this past weekend in sorting out my Vietnam Visa. I know you went out of your way - I really appreciate it and I have recommended your service to my friends who are also travelling to Vietnam in the near future.
Message from: Vehllia Tranne, Australia
Dear Steve Tran,
I received the approval letter. Thank you so much for being so accomodating to my request and had it done in less than 2 working days. I'm impressed. I will definitely recommend your service to all my friends.
Message from: Tupac and Ineke, France
THANK YOU SO MUCH, everything is ok, we've been able to pass through. You've done a very good job, and we really appreciate it. Be sure we'll advise our friends who want to come in Vietnam to do their visas with you.
Tupac and Ineke
Message from: Simon Howard, UK
Thank you very much for your quick service. I was able to book the flight tonight and am very much looking forward to visiting Vietnam.
Simon Howard [..].firstname.lastname@example.org
Message from: Le Quoc, Viet, France
Thanks a lot for your help in the process! Outstanding services! Will definitely recommend your support to fellow friends and colleagues who need a visa to go to Vietnam!
Viet - Viet.[...]@Bain.com
Message from: Julien Etienne, France
Very fast and professional service, I could use my credit card on a safe payment website without the need of creating a Paypal account or any other kind of money transfer service. Will definitely recommend to my friends and colleagues!
Message from: Luke Edward Winters, Australia
Just wanted to pass on a note of thanks for your prompt help for this Visa request. I have since returned from Vietnam after having a fantastic holiday.
Thanks & Regards,
Message from: Kylie King and Jodie Parslow, Australia
Just wanted to say thankyou very much for all the help you gave me regarding my Visa for Vietnam. I will using your services again for sure. So easy and commuincation was great, quick to get back ro me on emails. Its been a pleasure using MyVietnam Visa. So thank you again we had a lovely time in Vietnam no problems entering and will re visit again very soon.
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Message from: John Charles Brian Jones., UK
Hello Mr Tran.
I wish to acknowledge receipt of the Approval Letter (My Vietnam Visa) that you kindly sent to me today. May I take this opportunity to thank you for the way that you have handled this matter and also the most speedy and efficient service that you have personally provided. Thank you also for the advice on what to do next in the process, and I am sure that both my wife and I will enjoy our visit to your country.
John Charles Brian Jones. brianjonesb[...]@tiscali.co.uk
Message from: Turnbull, Ellie, Australia
I just wanted to write and thank you with your help getting my visa authorisation letter. You offer a fabulous service and I will tell all my friends.
Thanks again, Ellie . [...].Ellie@bhpbilliton.com
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