Vietnam visa for Czechs

Vietnam visa for Czechs

iVisa | Updated on Nov 23, 2020

Czechs can now apply online to get an electronic visa if they want to travel to Vietnam. Being eligible means that iVisa can help you obtain your evisa and have it as quick as 3 business days. Visiting the Vietnamese embassy in your country is no longer mandatory. You can simply apply online by using your laptop or smartphone.

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Currently, there are 46 countries whose citizens are qualified for such a document. You can utilize iVisa’s Visa Checker to check if you are one of them. You will know right away if you are eligible and you can directly apply on the spot. What can get easier than that.

What do Czechs need?

iVisa needs a few things from you to assist you in getting your visa. However, these are pretty basic. All the items from the list are easy to collect, and chances are, you already have them. Here is the list you need to provide:

  • Valid passport – getting a passport should be easy for Czechs to get one. If you do have one, however, make sure that it is still valid by checking 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.

  • Mode 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.

In addition to the documents you need to submit for iVisa, Czechs also need to present other documents which will be requested upon entry in Vietnam:

  • Entry permit – this document will be sent by iVisa. You just need to print it out before your flight.

  • Photos – you need two of them with a measurement of 4x6 cm or 3x4 cm.

  • The original passport

  • Additional fee – this is only applicable to people who selected visa on arrival. You will be able to pay it at the airport in Vietnam.

Vietnam evisa application process for Czechs

The application form is simple enough to be accomplish in only takes 20 minutes. If you require some assistance, iVisa customer support is always available to anwer your call. The first of three steps will require you to fill in your personal information which should be easy. During this step, you must also select the processing time and Czechs have three options:

  • Standard processing – the standard processing is 5 business days. The price for this option is $45 (or the equivalent of your country’s currency.)

  • Rush processing – for a total of $75, the Rush processing will shorten the waiting time with one day removed. You will receive the requested document within 4 business days.

  • Super Rush processing – this option is perfect for people who have urgent matters to attend in Vietnam. The evisa will be ready in three business days for $105.

The second step will be more on revision and payment. Review your information and make sure that it is accurate and there are no errors. The last step will ask you to answer a set of personal questions and upload additional documents but it is case to case basis. You can submit your application once you are finished. Just wait for to arrive and that is pretty much it.

The Vietnam evisa will enable Czechs a 30-day maximum stay and have a single entry.

Vietnam visa on arrival

iVisa can also help Czechs obtain visa on arrival, in addition to the evisa. It is faster 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 assist you get what you need for your travel to Vietnam. It takes just a little of your time with almost zero effort. For sure, this is better than going to an embassy, isn’t it?

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