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How to get Vietnam visa for Australian citizens?

There are two available options for you to choose from:
1. Applying for visa at Vietnam Embassy (traditional way, visa picked up at Vietnam Embassies)
There are two offices of the consulate and embassy of Vietnam in Australia:
Address of Vietnamese Embassy in Canbera, Australia
Address: 6 TimbarraCrescent, O'Malley, ACT, 2606, Australia
Phone: 612 - 6286 6059
Fax: (612) 6286 4534
Email: vembassy@webone.com.au , Canberra@au.vnembassy.org
Working time: Monday - Friday 9.00 am - 5.00 p.m. Australian public holidays are excepted

Consulate General of Vietnam in Sydney, Australia
Address: Suite 205, level 2, Edgecliff Centre 203 - 233 New South Head Road, Edgecliff, NSW 2027
Phone: (612) 9327 2539
Fax: (612) 9328 1653
Email: vnconsul@ihug.com.au
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2. Apply for Visa on arrival with Vietnamvisavip.com (visa picked up at Vietnam International Airports).
With visa on arrival, the Vietnam Immigration Department will issue a visa approval letter with your name on it stating that you are allowed to enter Vietnam on a specified date. Then, you will have the visa stamped onto your passport at the arrival airport. If you apply for visa at Vietnam embassies, the visa stamp will be on your passport when they send it back to you.
In order to get visa to Vietnam, you may choose one of the two options above. Please keep in mind that these two options are quite different in terms of application procedure and applicable applicants.
Travelers should note that while visa on arrival is more convenient and less time-consuming, it is applicable for those who travel to Vietnam by air only. So, if you plan to travel to Vietnam by land or sea, you should apply for a visa at the nearest Vietnam embassy.
Note:
- Before applying for Vietnam visa, make sure your passport has minimum 6 month validity and left pages.
- Visa on arrival is applicable for those traveling by air to Vietnam.

http://vietnamvisavip.com/detail/265/how-to-get-vietnam-visa-for-australians.html



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How to avoid mistakes when applying for Vietnam visa on arrival?


As an expert for Vietnam Visa services, we see many people making mistakes when applying for a visa arrival to Vietnam.We have listed here a few mistakes that travelers may usually make. We hope you will avoid the same things when you apply for a visa on arrival to Vietnam.

1 - No visa on arrival without applying online: many people believe that they can get a visa directly at Vietnam airport without applying online. That is wrong, you can not until the visa is approved. So, you will need to apply online for an approval letter in order to pick up your visa at Vietnam airport.

2 - Visa on arrival at the border: Vietnam Visa on arrival works for air travel only. So, if you do not enter Vietnam by air, just make sure you have the visa in advance.

3 - Spelling/Typing mistakes: Many travelers fill in the Application form with wrong detail as: full name on passport, passport number or date of birth. Normally, many people think it is not important but in some cases, your application can be refused by the airline at the departure airport. So, make sure that you entered everything correctly and carefully.

4 - Arrival date: Many people think that the visa validity will start from the date they enter Vietnam, not from the date they provide, however, it is not. The visa validity will commence from the date you provide in advance, not from the date you will enter the country. So, just make sure that you make a clear plan of when to enter before ordering a visa to Vietnam.

5 - Visa extension: many travelers think that it is easy to extend a visa once they are in Vietnam, however, in fact, it is not that easy, and extending a visa may be a costly and time consuming process. So, if possible, just apply for a 3 month visa in advance instead of a 1 month one to save money on visa extension.
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Examption visa to vietnam for some countries!

Vietnam Visa Exemption

Technically, all foreign visitors need a visa before entering Vietnam. If you wish to be exempted Vietnam visa for your stay, you must be citizen or national of countries having exemption agreement with Vietnam.

List of countries exempted a Vietnam visa:

· Visa-free for 30 days: Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore

· Visa-free for 21 days: Philippines

· Visa-free for 15 days: Japan, South Korea, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, UK, France, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom, Belarus, Spain (*)

· Visa-free for 14 days: Brunei, Myanmar

Note: If citizens from (*) countries wish to re-enter Vietnam under visa exemption program again, the second visit cannot be ealier 30 days from the first visit.

If you are not from any of these countries or you want to visit Vietnam longer than authorized period of stay, please arrange a visa in one of 2 ways: apply in person/by post at a nearby Vietnam Embassy, or you can apply online through travel agents to be issued a visa on arrival at the airport. (Read directions on How to get a Vietnam visa)

Exception:

· The visitors to Phu Quoc Island may stay without a visa for no more than 30 days. This visa waiver program is also applicable to those traveling to the island through any international ports of entry (air and sea).

· The holders of APEC Business Travel Card (ABTC) are granted visa-free access to Vietnam for no more than 60 days.

· The citizens of Armenia, Algeria, Argentina, Bangladesh, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, Colombia, Dominican, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, France, Hungary, India, Iraq, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, Myanmar, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Morocco, Mozambique, Pakistan, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Russia, Serbia, Seychelles, Singapore, Slovak, Slovenia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, UAE, Uruguay, Venezuela holding diplomatic or official passport may stay in Vietnam, visa free, for maximum of 90 days.

· The citizens of Angola, Azerbaijan, China, Croatia, Kazakhstan, Myanmar holding diplomatic or official passport are granted visa-free entry for 30 days

· The citizens of Afghanistan, Albania, Belarus, Cuba, North Korea, Nicaragua, Romania holding diplomatic or official passport are exempted a visa to vietnam. The citizens of Uzbekistan holding diplomatic passport could stay in Vietnam for free visa for 60 days.

· The citizens of Czech, Estonia, Germany, France, Israel, Italy, Poland, Spain, and Switzerland holding diplomatic passport are granted 90 day stay without a visa in Vietnam.

· The citizens of Uzbekistan holding diplomatic passport are exempted a Vietnam visa for 60 days.

· The citizens of Iran are allowed to visit Vietnam without a visa for 1 month if holding diplomatic passport.

Attention: whether you are required a visa or not, your passport should be valid for no less than 6 months prior to the trip or at least 1 month after visa expiry date and have at least 01 empty page left.

http://vietnamvisavip.com/detail/261/who-can-get-vietnam-visa-exemption.html

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How to get Vietnam visa for U.S citizens?

From 25/08/2016, all kind of Vietnam visa for USA passport holder is 1 year following new rule of Vietnam Immigration Dept, detail as below:
+ For DL-tourist visa, 1 year, VOA service price is 25 USD, stamp fee is 135 USD, customer just need apply for USA DL tourist visa option, using this visa kind, customer need exit Vietnam after each 3 months during valid time of visa in 1 year.
+ For DN-business visa, 1 year, VOA service price is 250 USD, stamp fee is 135 USD, customer just need apply for USA DN business visa option, using this visa kind, customer can stay for 1 year in Vietnam.
There are two available options for you to choose from:
- Applying for visa at Vietnam Embassy (traditional way, visa picked up at Vietnam Embassies)
There are two offices of the consulate and embassy of Vietnam in the United States: one in Washington DC and one in San Francisco.
Embassy of Vietnam in Washington DC, United States
Address: 1233, 20th St., NW, Suite 400, Washington DC, 20036, USA
Phone: (1-202) 861 073
Fax: (1-202) 861 0917
Consulate General of Vietnam in San Francisco, United States
Address: 1700 California St, Suite 430 San Francisco, CA 94109
Phone: (1415) 922 1577
Phone: (1415) 922 1577
And
- Apply for Visa on arrival with Vietnamvisavip.com (visa picked up at Vietnam International Airports).
With visa on arrival, the Vietnam Immigration Department will issue a visa approval letter with your name on it stating that you are allowed to enter Vietnam on a specified date. Then, you will have the visa stamped onto your passport at the arrival airport. If you apply for visa at Vietnam embassies, the visa stamp will be on your passport when they send it back to you.
In order to get visa to Vietnam, you may choose one of the two options above. Please keep in mind that these two options are quite different in terms of application procedure and applicable applicants.
Travelers should note that while visa on arrival is more convenient and less time-consuming, it is applicable for those who travel to Vietnam by air only. So, if you plan to travel to Vietnam by land or sea, you should apply for a visa at the nearest Vietnam embassy.

http://vietnamvisavip.com/detail/264/how-to-get-vietnam-visa-for-us-citizens.html

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How to get Vietnam visa on arrival?


Although visa on arrival has been available in Vietnam for a few years, this may be the first time you’ve heard about it. In short,Vietnam visa on arrival is a kind of visa that the applicants could apply online through travel websites and pick up at arrival airport. It is only applicable for those who travel to Vietnam by air. So, how to get a Vietnam visa at airport of arrival? You will see now.

The process to get visa for Vienam at arrival airport:

- Complete the online application form correctly

- Pay visa service fee through online payment gateway

- Receive visa approval letter via email after 2 working days

- Show visa approval letter to get on plane and get visa stamp at arrival airport

How can I receive my "Approval letter"?

When you apply online, we will process in 2 working days. A copy of the Approval letter will be scanned with color and delivered to you by email, so please make sure that you have provided us with correct email address.
http://vietnamvisavip.com/detail/201/how-to-get-a-visa-on-arrival-in-vietnam.html

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How does visa-on-arrival work?

You need to fill in the online application form with the requested information. Please make sure your name and passport number match the original document to avoid delays and other complications. After your application is processed, we will send you an approval letter by email. Print it and bring it to the airport to board the plane. At Vietnam Airport, you will fill out a short form, together with 2 passort-sized photos, your passport and your approval letter. The Immigration Officers will stamp your passport with the visa.

Is visa-on-arrival legitimate?

The short answer: Yes. Visa-on-arrival (VOA) is completely legitimate.

The more detailed answer: Visa to Vietnam can be issued by two different authorities: Vietnamese Embassies abroad or the Department of Immigration based in Vietnam. VOA is issued by the latter office and recognized as a legal document by the Vietnamese government.

Why should I apply online for a Vietnam visa?

Each visa application option offers you some advantages. VOA is especially beneficial for those who live far away from the Vietnamese embassies. However, the disadvantage is that sometimes you have to wait for long time at Vietnam airport due to large number of arrivals.

So, if possible, we advise that you apply for your visa through the embassy before you go!

http://vietnamvisavip.com/detail/259/overview-vietnam-visa-on-arrival.html


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FAST, CHEAP AND SECURED TO GET VIETNAM VISA ON ARRIVAL

Vietnam Visa
Vietnam Visa Online Service without coming to Embassy!
You need a Vietnam Visa instantly without coming to Vietnam Embassies or Vietnam Consulates?
You want to obtain Vietnam Visa Online in best and quickest way with the lowest cost?
You want to take Vietnam Visa Approval Letter at home?
Vietnamvisavip.com can help you with just one click on Apply Vietnam Visa Online!


How does visa-on-arrival work?

You need to fill in the online application form with the requested information. Please make sure your name and passport number match the original document to avoid delays and other complications. After your application is processed, we will send you an approval letter by email. Print it and bring it to the airport to board the plane. At Vietnam Airport, you will fill out a short form, together with 2 passort-sized photos, your passport and your approval letter. The Immigration Officers will stamp your passport with the visa.

Is visa-on-arrival legitimate?

The short answer: Yes. Visa-on-arrival (VOA) is completely legitimate.

The more detailed answer: Visa to Vietnam can be issued by two different authorities: Vietnamese Embassies abroad or the Department of Immigration based in Vietnam. VOA is issued by the latter office and recognized as a legal document by the Vietnamese government.

http://vietnamvisavip.com/detail/259/overview-vietnam-visa-on-arrival.html
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