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Embassy of Vietnam in Bolivia

- No embassy of Vietnam in Bolivia

- Embassy of Vietnam in Countries Close to Bolivia : Brazil, Chile, Argentina & Venezuela

- Way to get visa for Vietnam without going to embassy : Apply for getting visa on arrival

Some Information and Procedure to Get Visa at Embassy of Vietnam in Bolivia

Vietnam does not have an embassy in Bolivia and hence the process of application for Visa for Bolivian citizens is a little more complicated. Usually, there are two ways in which a foreign national can apply for Visa in Vietnam. He can either contact the Embassy of Vietnam in his country or apply for Visa on Arrival. Since Vietnam does not have an embassy in Bolivia, Bolivian citizens will have to either travel to an embassy in the neighboring country or enquire with the embassy officials over the telephone or e-mail if the Visa application process can be facilitated over postal mail. 

If you are a Bolivian citizen who wishes to apply for Visa through an embassy, you might have to travel to the embassy location in a neighboring country. At the embassy, you will be asked to fill the Visa application form in English. You will have to mention the place of collection and submission of the Visa as Vietnam. Along with the duly filled form, you will have to submit one recent passport size photograph, one self-addressed envelope and your original passport. Take care that your passport has at least six months validity and a few spare pages for stamping. Besides submitting these documents, you will have to submit the Visa fees, which can be paid to the Embassy of Vietnam by way of money order or cashier’s cheque. 

The embassy will take at least five working days to process your documents. Once your documents are processed, you will be issued a fully stamped Visa. It is to be noted that usually the embassy issues a single entry Visa. If you want a multiple entry Visa, you will have to mention it in your application form and pay additional fees for it. Although this procedure allows you to get a fully stamped Visa in your hands before your departure to Vietnam, it is time consuming and expensive. 

If you think of applying for Visa through correspondence, you will have to send in all your documents, including your original passport, through postal mail. In this case, you stand to lose your passport if your package is misplaced or lost in transit. 

The best choice for Bolivian citizens is the Visa on Arrival facility. To apply for Visa on Arrival, you will have to get in touch with a travel agent based in Vietnam. You will have to fill an online application form which will require you to key in details such as your name, address, occupation, purpose of visit, duration of stay etc. While filling in the purpose of stay section, you will have to choose from options such as business, tourist and transit. The business Visa allows you a validity of one month, three months and six months. The tourist Visa allows you a validity of one month and transit Visa allows you a validity of less than five days. 

Once your online application is processed, you will be issued a letter of approval. This letter of approval needs to be submitted at the Visa on Arrival counter of the Vietnamese airport you arrive in. You will also be required to pay the Visa stamping fees along with this letter of approval to receive your Visa on Arrival. 

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