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When the new Vietnam visa stamping fee is taken effect from 2013, a lot of travelers got confused about this issue and they don't understand why they have to pay 95 USD for a 1 month multiple entries visa. We would like to explain in detail as below:

For many people used to be perpetually connected to the Internet, the prospect of a period of time “in the dark” is something that not only makes them feel uncomfortable, but may also be extremely inconvenient from a business point of view.

Is the Vietnam Visa on Arrival Program Trustworthy Monday, November 26th, 2012 - 7:14 AM

Is Visa on Arrival Trustworthy? Yes. Visa on Arrival is trustworthy. However, you will have to get in touch with a reliable and credible travel agent such as visa-vietnam.org to ensure that you get the Visa on Arrival document easily. Visa on Arrival is a faster and more convenient process and hence is preferred by travellers worldwide. Usually, there are two methods by which a foreign citizen can apply for Visa to Vietnam. He can either contact the Embassy of Vietnam in his country or apply for Visa on Arrival.

Although the standard procedure for Visa application is through the embassy, there are several drawbacks in this method. In order to apply through the embassy, you will have to visit the facility. At the embassy, you will have to fill the Visa application form. Along with the form, you will have to submit one recent passport sized photograph, one self-addressed envelope and your original passport. Besides submitting these documents, you will have to pay the Visa fees. The fees can be paid in favour of the Embassy of Vietnam by way of money order or cashier’s check.

Is the Vietnam Visa on Arrival Program Legitimate ? Sunday, November 25th, 2012 - 3:00 PM

Is Visa on Arrival legitimated? Yes. Visa on Arrival is legitimated by the Visa Vietnam Department which comes under the Vietnam Government. Visa on Arrival is a much more convenient process and it is being preferred by most travellers these days. Usually, there are two methods by which a foreign citizen can obtain Visa. He can either contact the Embassy of Vietnam in his country or apply for Visa on Arrival. The embassy method is long, time taking and expensive. 

In order to apply for Visa through the embassy, you will have to personally visit the embassy. This can be a problem for those who reside in areas far away from the embassy location. At the embassy, you will be required to fill the Visa application form. Along with the form, you will have to submit one recent passport sized photograph, one self-addressed envelope and your original passport. Your passport must have a validity of at least six months and a few blank pages for stamping purposes. 

Is the Vietnam Visa on Arrival Program a Scam ? Sunday, November 25th, 2012 - 2:55 PM

If you have been planning a business trip or personal vacation to the country of Vietnam, you have probably been doing a lot of research. From the cost of essentials like hotel rooms, meals out and transportation to the must-see sites in each city and town, it is only natural to want to learn as much about your destination as you can.

The Truth About the Vietnam Visa on Arrival Program Sunday, November 25th, 2012 - 2:49 PM

Whether the purpose of your trip to Vietnam is business or pleasure, you want to make sure you have all your ducks in a row before you leave your home and head for the local airport. No doubt you will have already taken care of the essentials, like booking your hotel room and perhaps a rental car, and making sure you have printed your airline tickets.