Argentineans who are planning to travel to Vietnam can now apply online for an electronic visa. In fact, it is an approval letter and if you are eligible, iVisa can help you get your evisa in as little as 3 business days. You are no longer required to go to the Vietnamese embassy in your country. You just need a laptop or smartphone with an internet connection.
There are 46 countries at the moment whose citizens are eligible for such a document. To find out if you are one of them, you can use iVisa’s Visa Checker. It will tell you what you need to know in just a second. Furthermore, you can directly apply from that point on. It could not get any easier than that.
What do Argentineans need?
In order to help you get your visa, iVisa needs a few things from you. However, there is nothing out of the ordinary, and all the items from the list are easy to obtain. That is if you do not have them already. Here is the information you need to provide:
Valid passport – if you do not have a passport, it should be easy for Argentineans to get one. If you do have one, however, make sure that it is still valid by taking a look at its expiry date. It needs to be valid for at least another 6 months from your date of departure.
E-mail address – iVisa will send you a copy of the document. You will be asked to present it at the immigration office in Vietnam.
- Means of payment – to make the payment, you need one of the methods accepted by iVisa. They are as follows: credit or debit card, Paypal account.
Apart from the documents you need to provide for iVisa, Argentineans also need other documents that will be requested upon entry in Vietnam:
Entry permit – this is the document send by iVisa. You just need to print it out before you leave.
Photos – you need two of them, and they need to measure 4x6 cm or 3x4 cm.
The original passport
- Additional fee – this applies only to people who opt for a visa on arrival. You will be able to pay it at the airport in Vietnam.
How can Argentineans apply for a Vietnam evisa?
The application form for the approval letter is quite simple, and it should take you about 20 minutes to complete. If you need some help with it, iVisa provides assistance 24/7. There are three steps. The first one will ask you to fill in your personal information. That should be easy. At this point, you must also choose the processing time. As for the latter, Argentineans have three options:
Standard processing – the standard processing lasts 5 business days. The price for this processing is $45 (or the equivalent of your country’s currency.)
Rush processing – the Rush processing will shorten the waiting time with one day. You will receive the requested document within 4 business days. However, that one day will cost you an extra $30, which means you will have to pay a total of $75.
- Super Rush processing – this option is meant for people who are in a hurry. The evisa will be ready in three business days, but your bill will be of $105.
The second step consists of revision and payment. Make sure that all the information you provide is accurate and spelled correctly. The last step will ask you to answer a set of personal questions and upload additional documents. The last part depends on personal circumstances. Once you are done, you just submit your application and wait. That is pretty much it.
The Vietnam evisa will allow Argentineans a 30-day maximum stay and have a single entry.
Vietnam visa on arrival
Apart from the evisa, iVisa can also help Argentineans get visa on arrival. It takes less time to process (24, 12, and 3 hours as processing times), and you have four options:
Visa on arrival with a 30-day maximum stay and a single entry ($20, $50, $80 for each processing time)
Visa on arrival with a 30-day maximum stay and multiple entries ($30, 60$, $90 for each processing time)
Visa on arrival with a 90-day maximum stay and a single entry ($25, $55, $85)
- Visa on arrival with a 90-day maximum stay and multiple entries ($45, $75, $105).
As you can see, iVisa can help you get what you need for your trip to Vietnam. It takes very little of your time, and your effort is close to non-existent. It is undoubtedly better than going to an embassy, isn’t it?