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How many kinds of Vietnam visa are there? Sunday, October 21st, 2012 - 6:13 PM

When you decide to apply for a visa, it is really important to know which type of visa is suitable for your entry purpose.

Vietnam Tourist visa: for a limited period of leisure travel, no business activities allowed. This type of visa is for those who want to enter Vietnam with the purpose of travelling or engaging in recreational activities such as having a rest, going sigh-seeing, visiting relatives or friends, taking part in short-term non-work purposes or even short-term studying. Tourist visa is usually valid for 1 month; you can enter Vietnam once or more than once with this kind of visa. I.E. it allows single or multiple entries. Tourist visas may be extended after your arrival in Vietnam.

Why choosing Vietnam visa online? Monday, August 27th, 2012 - 9:45 AM

Vietnam visa on arrival (VOA) had started in 2003. As of 2011, it is the predominant way that tourists from Australia, North America and Europe coming into Vietnam. As Vietnam opens its economic and travelling door, the number of arrivals is on a sharp increase, and every time it is counted. Following the rise in the number of international visitors, Vietnam visa on arrival service has grown accordingly to meet the demand. Please find below information to see if getting a visa upon arrival at the airport good for you or not.

Entry and exit requirements for travelers to Vietnam Monday, August 27th, 2012 - 9:44 AM

In order to enter Vietnam, you will need a valid passport with at least six months validity remaining and a Vietnamese visa, a visa exemption document, or a written approval letter for a visa upon arrival. You may obtain a visa or a visa exemption document from a Vietnamese embassy or consulate prior to traveling to Vietnam. To obtain a written approval letter to enter, you must contact a travel agency prior to departure. U.S. citizens have reported unscrupulous travel agencies taking advantage of.

Declaration procedures for people on entry Vietnam

The people on entry shall compare their accompanied luggage with duty-free luggage quotas specified by Vietnam before their customs declaration. If people on entry do not have accompanied luggage, which exceeds the duty-free quotas, or which is delivered before or after their trip, they shall not have to make customs procedures on Vietnam’s exit/ entry declaration forms.