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The Visa on Arrival for Vietnam, facilitates the options to enter this country in several ways. One of them is to avoid the applicant to go to an embassy or consulate to process a visa and follow a long procedure to obtain it. Thanks to the new system that the Government of Vietnam has implemented, tourists can now enter this country more quickly by obtaining a visa on arrival.

Our experience of more than four years, in addition to thousands of satisfied customers worldwide, is the result of working with the most experienced professionals and with the safest and most effective technology to process your Vietnamese visa.

PLEASE NOTE: Currently, the VOA must be presented to the Immigration Officer along with a Medical Declaration in order to enter Vietnam. Luckily, at iVisa we can offer you both documents without the need to process them at the same airport. Do not need to be worried about anything anymore, because we will take care of the whole process!

Required Documents to Apply
  • Passport with at least 6 months of validity.
  • Credit/debit card or PayPal account.

We will provide your pre-approval letter along with your Medical Declaration. Upon arrival, you will need to present the following in order to enter Vietnam:

  • Entry permit form (Vietnam Pre-Approval Letter - printed.)
  • Two photos
  • Original passport, with at least one blank page for stamping by the Vietnam Immigration Officer.
  • QR Code we provide (Vietnam Medical Declaration.)
  • Additional visa fee for Vietnam Visa on Arrival (payable to airport immigration). The stamping fee is 25 USD for a single entry visa (both 1 month and 3-month type) and 50 USD for multiple entry visas (both 1 month and 3-month type).
Important Instructions
  • Your passport must be valid for at least six months after your indicated arrival date.

  • Passport photos are required at Vietnam airports in order to obtain an entry visa.

  • Visa on Arrival is only valid for air travelers. When you arrive at the airport in Vietnam, you will be required to fill some documents to get the visa stamp in your passport.

  • Visa on Arrival works at any of Vietnam’s five international airports: Tan Son Nhat (Ho Chi Minh City); Noi Bai International Airport (Hanoi); Danang Airport (Da Nang); Cat Bi Airport (Hai Phong); or Cam Ranh Airport (Nha Trang). There will be no problems traveling between these five airports.

  • Travelers are required to pay a stamping fee on arrival. The stamping fee is 25 USD for single entry visa (both 1 month and 3 month type) and 50 USD for multiple entry visa (both 1 month and 3 month type).

  • The arrival date you provide should be the earliest you plan to arrive, although you can arrive after that date. The departure date you provide will be the last day you are permitted to be in the country unless you get a visa extension.

  • Currently, the Government of Vietnam is requesting a Medical Declaration which must be obtained upon arrival in Vietnam.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Visa on Arrival (VOA) is a program where citizens of multiple countries can obtain their visas once they enter Vietnam at the immigration checkpoint. You must remember that for now, the VOA and the Medical Declaration are required documents to enter this country.
Yes. This is a visa on arrival approval letter, not the actual visa. The visa will be issued upon arrival, where you will be required to pay the visa stamping fee. As of 2018, the fees are as follows:
  • 25 USD for single entry visa (both 1 and 3 month types)
  • 50 USD for multiple entry visa (both 1 and 3 month types)

You will need to fill out the online form completely and accurately, but we do not require you to submit any documents to us.

However, you will need to present the following when entering Vietnam:

  • VOA approval letter (which we provide)
  • Valid passport with at least 1 blank page available for stamping
  • QR Code we provide (Vietnam Medical Declaration.)
  • 2 passport-sized photos (4 x 6 cm)
  • Entry/exit form, provided by the airline
  • Visa stamping fee, which needs to be paid in cash (25 USD for single entry, 50 USD for multiple entries).
  • The cost is USD 25.00 - USD 50.00 for standard processing. For rush and super rush, the cost is USD 45.00- USD 75.00 and USD 90.00 - USD 115.00, respectively. The actual cost will depend on the number of entries and the length of stay options you choose. Upon arrival you will be charged a Stamping Fee which stands at USD 25.00 for both single-entry visas and at USD 50.00 for both multiple-entry visas.

  • The Medical Declaration, on the other hand, has no cost from the Vietnamese Government.

It depends on the method of processing time you chose:

  • For 30 days of single/multiple entry type of visa we have these options: standard -3 Business Days , rush -1 Business Day, and super rush -8 hours.

  • For 90 days of single/multiple entry, the processing of the application takes 7 Business Days.

The visa will be valid for 30 days in Total or 90 days in Total days from arrival, depending on the option you choose at the time of application.

Note: An extension of stay can be applied for once in Vietnam. However, it can be a difficult process, so if there is a chance that you will exceed the 30 days in Total , we recommend applying for the 90 days in Total option.

Applicant’s passport should have at least 6-months validity from the time of entry into Vietnam and at least one blank page.

Step 1: Fill out the application form

Fill out the secure online form your passport information correctly as:

  • Fullname
  • Date of birth
  • Nationality
  • Passport Number
  • Date of arrival
  • Type of visa (in the case of the VOA): 1 month or 3 months, single entry or multiple entries.

Step 2: Pay and receive confirmation After fill out all your information, you will be asked for payment of service fee.

Step 3: Get Vietnam visa approval Letter and the QR Code of your Medical Declaration. Receive the Vietnam visa approval letter and QR Code via mail.

Step 4: Once you arrive, Go to the health quarantine desk and show the QR Code (Medical Declaration) to get the confirmation form before going through immigration counters.

Step 5: Get Vietnam visa stamp and visa sticker into your passport. Prepare necessary documents and stamping fee in cash to get visa stamp at Vietnam Visa Landing Counter as:

  • Prepare 2 color photos with standard size 4x6 cm ( but the size is not very important)
  • Prepare Cash in USD:
  • 25 USD for single entry 1 month/3 month
  • 50 USD for Multiple entry 1 month/3 month

No. The Visa on Arrival can only be issued at the following airports:

  • Tan Son Nhat International Airport (Ho Chi Minh City)
  • Noi Bai International Airport (Hanoi)
  • DaNang Airport (DaNang)
  • Cat Bi Airport (Hai Phong)
  • Cam Ranh Airport (Nha Trang)

Note: If you are issued a multiple entry visa, you can enter/exit Vietnam from any entry point (airports, seaports, land checkpoints) once you are inside Vietnam.

No, as Visa on Arrival is only available for travelers entering Vietnam by air.
Different types of Vietnam Visas on Arrival are granted according to the length of stay, number of entries and visiting purpose:
  • 1 month single entry visa
  • 1 month multiple entries visa
  • 3 months single entry visa
  • 3 months multiple entries visa

Once you arrive in Vietnam, you will need to present the following:

  • VOA approval letter (which we provide)
  • Valid passport with at least 1 blank page available for stamping
  • 2 passport-size photos (4 x 6 cm)
  • QR Code of your Medical Declaration
  • Entry/exit form, provided by the airline
  • Visa stamping fee, which needs to be paid in cash (25 USD for single entry, 50 USD for multiple entries)

NOTE: In order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, the Government of Vietnam is now requesting additional health documents, which you should obtain before traveling to this country, as the Vietnam Medical Declaration we will provide you.

No, you are not allowed to enter Vietnam before the date stated in your Vietnam visa approval letter.
It depends. If you require multiple entries and/or are planning on staying in Vietnam for longer than 30 days, the VOA will be the best option (as long as you are entering via one of the 5 international airports that have Visa on Arrival issuing capabilities).
It depends on your travel plans. If you intend on staying in Vietnam for the entire duration of your trip, a single entry visa will suffice. However, if you plan on visiting any surrounding countries (Laos and Cambodia for example) and then enter Vietnam once again, you will need to get a multiple-entry visa, as it will allow you to enter the country as many times as you need.
In order to get Vietnam Visa on arrival, you just pay for two types of fee:
  • Service fee: is paid for getting a Visa Approval Letter via our Online Payment System after filling out the visa application form.
  • Stamping fee: is paid in cash to Vietnamese Immigration Officer at arrival airport for your visa stamp.
  • The Medical Declaration has no additional cost, so you would only have to pay the service fee.

At the arrival hall inside the airports, there is a landing visa counter in front of the check-in counter.

You will have to prepare some documents to get the visa stamp:

  • Two 4cm x 6cm passport-type photos (note: you can get your picture taken at the airport for an additional USD 5.00)

  • Immigration form

  • USD in cash to pay the stamping fee

    • Single-entry for 1 and 3 months: USD 25.00
    • Multiple-entry for 1 and 3 months: USD 50.00

Before arriving at this section, you must approach the Medical Quarantine Staff at the quarantine office and present your Vietnam Medical Declaration, along with other additional documents that will depend on personal circumstances.

No, you are unable to enter Vietnam earlier than the date which state on your Vietnam visa approval letter. In this case, you must apply again to process a new Visa with your correct arrival date. Keep in mind that your Vietnam visa on arrival at the airport is approved once you get your visa approval letter.
We kindly inform you that you can not enter Vietnam by seaports or land crossing borders with our approval letter. In this case, we recommend you should contact with Vietnam Embassy to get visa stamped on your passport before your departure. we arrange the visa for all who would like to get a a visa at the airports only.
A single entry visa allows you to enter/ exit Vietnam one time or it is also called visa with single-use. Once your single entry visa used, you can not enter again Vietnam with this used visa. You must apply for the new one if you want to come back to Vietnam again. For example, with 1 month single entry visa, you can enter Vietnam to stay for less than 30 days in Total. You can not re-enter Vietnam if you exit Vietnam after 10 days staying, even your visa valid for 30 days in Total.
When the expired day of your Vietnam visa comes up, please contact directly the Vietnam Immigration Office in which located at 40 Hang Bai street ( Hanoi); 161 Nguyen Du street ( Ho Chi Minh city) or any local Vietnam Immigration Offices where you stays in.
The Vietnam Visa Approval Letter is a pre-approved application you need before entering Vietnam. If you have no free-time or stay far away from the local Vietnam Embassy, our service can support you quickly and most convenient to apply the pre-approved letter for Vietnam Visa.

Yellow Fever vaccine is required if traveling from a country with risk of yellow fever transmission.

More information in the following link:

https://www.who.int/ith/ITH_Annex_I.pdf

Business trips abroad are never easy. You are going to face a different culture that has different customs and etiquette, which is why some proper research is required before leaving. The same goes for Vietnam. The Vietnamese business people expect you to behave a certain way, just as you would if they came to you. It is only natural to respect each other’s cultures and traditions, and not doing so may lead to failure. As a result, if you plan on going on a business trip, you should probably learn a few aspects of their etiquette. There is nothing out of the ordinary, and you will make a very good impression if you express your interest in the Vietnamese culture. First of all, all the meeting with a Vietnamese delegation should be schedules weeks in advance, even if you are not already in Vietnam. Plus, you need the time to hire an interpreter since English is not well spoken, especially by senior associates. You can make an agenda if you would like to, but it will not always be respected since Vietnamese people will go from one topic to the other as they like. It is not a sign or rudeness. It is just how they do things there. When you first meet the Vietnamese delegation, giving out your business card is more of a ritual than a habit. When you hand out your business card, you need to do so using both hands. Also, make sure that it does not cross someone’s head, say someone that is sitting down. Plus, to show your dedication and respect, you need to translate your card and put the Vietnamese version on the back. As mentioned before, Vietnamese business people do not speak English well enough for meetings. At the same time, when you are given a business card, do not look at it superficially and then put it in your pocket or on the table. You need to receive it with both hands, take a good look at it, and then place it wherever you want with care. You need to show the people present that you respect the card, even if you think that it is not such big of a deal. Dress etiquette is nothing out of the ordinary in Vietnam. Men must wear suits on all formal meetings, although when the weather is too warm, you can lose the jacket. Women must dress conservatively as well. Suits and dresses are acceptable, but decency should always be out first. Nothing too tight or short is acceptable. The dress code in the Vietnamese business world differs from one region to the other. For example, Southern Vietnam is far more relaxed than the Northern part of the country. In Vietnam, gift giving in quite common, but you should always wait until the end of the meeting or before you leave your host’s house. However, you do not need to go overboard with your gift. A small item with your company’s logo on it is more than enough. When you are invited to a meal with the Vietnamese delegation, you must wait for the senior associates to be seated first. When you are invited to someone’s house for a meal, you need to wait for the host to sit down first. Also, you need to stand until the host tells you where to be seated. As for the business mentality in Vietnam, you must not expect much. When an issue arises, the Vietnam people are a ‘whatever works’ kind of people. They are not pretentious, and as long as everyone gets up from the table satisfied, every solution is a good one. At the same time, you should know that the Vietnamese people worship Confucius and his philosophy. With that in mind, they value the relationship they establish with you before engaging in business. That is why some Vietnamese people will first try to get to know you before closing a deal. The first meeting will be scheduled for that purpose alone. This is a tricky step because Vietnamese people are usually very private. They do, however, want to know more about you on both personal and business levels. One thing that you must always remember is that Vietnamese business people are all in for saving face. If you criticize someone, all you can expect is silence because they want to save face at all times. Their reputation is very important, so you should try as much as you can to keep all criticism or complaints private. If you do have something to say, you should always take someone aside and express your concerns. It is a more controlled environment, and your chances of getting what you want are higher. Another thing that you should expect is for the negotiations to last a while. In Vietnam, people want to get the best possible deal, not that it would be any different anywhere else. However, the Vietnamese will do almost anything to get what they want. One of their strategies is to prolong the discussion for a very long time hoping that you will somehow yield. If you do not, they will not be offended. They just want to try before closing a deal. In Vietnam, business people prefer to make cash transactions rather than credit. Only people that have a long history of successful collaborations will be able to use credit. When it comes to this, you would best prepare cash if you have never transacted with these people. Things should never get to court because the process takes a very long time and it is costly. Plus, as a foreigner, you already are in a disadvantage in front of the courts in Vietnam. As long as you keep in mind that Vietnam has a whole different culture than your own, your business trip should be successful. The tips above should help you to at least get started, and if you still have doubts, you should refer to someone that is working in Vietnam. There are, some would say, unwritten law for Vietnamese.
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