Simple Steps to Get Vietnam Visa on Arrival Urgently

If you need a visa to Vietnam urgently, you can apply for rush visa on arrival service at Visa on arrival is a very common way of traveling to Vietnam as it is a country where tourism is promoted. A Vietnam visa on arrival allows passengers or travelers to enter Vietnam with just a visa approval letter. Irrespective of single or multiple entries anybody can stay in Vietnam for a period of utmost three months.

The Vietnam immigration department issues approval letters for a visa and charges a very little fee for the same. An urgent rush service shall need only 3-4 working hours for processing an approval letter of the visa while a normal application is processed in two to three days. All you need for being eligible to apply for a Vietnam visa is a valid passport within 6 months since the arrival date to Vietnam and two passport sized photographs. Apart from that a small fee has to be paid. Here are some simple steps following which you can apply for the visa:

  • Form filling: You only need to click on the link:¬†and fill out the form with correct information.
  • Payment and confirmation: after your request reach Vietnam-visa system, you will receive a confirmation email with a link for payment. You should check your details and make payment via the link to get your visa request processed.
  • Approval letter: after 3-4 working hours, you will get your visa approval letter via email, together with an entry and exit form and guidance. You must check all the folders of your mailbox for these documents. Print these documents and carry them with you.
  • The final step: Showing the visa approval letter at your departure airport to board the flight and then getting Vietnam visa stamped upon your arrival at Vietnam airport by showing the visa approval letter, entry and exit form (which should be filled out on the way to Vietnam and attached with one passport photo of 4*6cm), original passport and stamping fee.

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