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Frequently Asked Questions

All most popular questions and answers about Vietnam e-Visa

Most eVisa applications are processed within 3 business days. However, it is important to note that processing times can vary during peak season or holidays.

A Vietnam eVisa is valid for 30 days from the date of entry into Vietnam. You can enter Vietnam at any time during the validity period of your eVisa.

Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months from the date of entry into Vietnam.

You can apply for a Vietnam eVisa online through the official Vietnam eVisa website.

If you need to stay in Vietnam for longer than 30 days, you can apply for a visa extension at the Vietnam Immigration Department.

Yes, Vietnamese citizens can invite or guarantee your stay in Vietnam and apply for an e-Visa on your behalf. However, to do this, they must first register with the Vietnam Immigration Department.

Once an inviting or guaranteeing agency or organization has registered with the Vietnam Immigration Department, they can apply for an e-Visa on your behalf by submitting your passport information, travel dates, and other required documents.

Airline representatives can search for the e-Visa information of passengers flying to Vietnam by using the Vietnam eVisa website.

The required photo size for a Vietnam eVisa application is 4cm x 6cm. The photo must be in color and taken within the last 6 months. The photo must also be clear and show your full face without any glasses or hats.

If your name is too long or includes special characters, you should enter it as it is written in your passport.

Yes, it is necessary to complete all required information in the Vietnam eVisa application. Failure to do so may result in your application being rejected.

If you have any other questions about the Vietnam eVisa application process, you can contact the Vietnam Immigration Department or a reputable eVisa service provider.

You should provide us with an estimate arrival date and it should be the earliest time possible you can enter Vietnam because you cannot travel to Vietnam before the granted arrival date.

You will get your visa stamped at one of 3 international airports(Hanoi with Noi Bai Airport, Da Nang with Da Nang International airport, Ho Chi Minh City or Saigon with Tan Son Nhat airport).

Once you reach Vietnam airport, just go to landing visa counter. Please check out the map:

Hanoi Airport Map – Hanoi airport visa-on-arrival counter.

Ho Chi Minh city airport map – Ho Chi Minh city airport visa-on-arrival counter.

You completely can contact Vietnam Embassy directly to get your visa stamped. However, in many cases, Vietnam Embassy will deny to issue Vietnam visa if you do not have visa code issued by Vietnam Immigration Office. By using our service, you can get your Vietnam visa entry conveniently.

We will help you to apply visa code through the Vietnam Immigration Office then, they will fax your visa approval code to The Vietnam Embassy or Vietnam Consulate in the country you are living or staying in and all you need to do the rest is to bring your passport to receive Vietnam visa stamp.


As going to Vietnam Embassy is somehow time-wasting for almost people, Visa code is only recommended for those who travel by land or by sea to Vietnam. This is because the Vietnamese land and sea borders do not issue Vietnam Visa on arrival.

Vietnam Visa Code is a legal document issued by the Vietnam Immigration Department. It allows the Vietnam Visa code holders to get Vietnam Visa stamp at Vietnam Embassy which the applicants registered when they apply for Vietnam Visa code.

The processing time for an e-Visa is typically 3-5 business days. However, it is possible for processing to take longer in some cases.

If you need to change your e-Visa details, such as your travel dates or passport number, you will need to contact the Vietnam Immigration Department directly.

Yes, you can apply for an e-Visa for your children. However, each child will need their own e-Visa.

Upon arrival in Vietnam, you will need to present your e-Visa approval letter, along with your passport and two passport-sized photographs, to the immigration officer at the airport. The immigration officer will then stamp your passport and issue you with a visa sticker.

No, e-Visas are only valid for entry into Vietnam by air. If you are planning to enter Vietnam by land or sea, you will need to apply for a visa on arrival.

It normally takes 15 -30 minutes to complete the procedure at Vietnam airport. However it also depends on the traffic of passengers coming to Vietnam at that moment.

You may encounter one of these problems:

  • The card expiration is incorrectly entered.
  • You have reached your credit limit.
  • There is a computer error.
  • Visa Verified password / Master Secure Code incorrectly entered.

To apply for a Vietnam visa on arrival, you will need to:

  1. Obtain a visa approval letter from the Vietnam Immigration Department. You can apply for a visa approval letter online or through a visa agency.
  2. Print out your visa approval letter.
  3. Present your visa approval letter, passport, and two passport-sized photos to the Immigration Officer at the Vietnam airport upon arrival.
  4. Pay the visa stamping fee.

The processing time for a Vietnam visa on arrival is typically 15-30 minutes.

The visa stamping fee for a Vietnam visa on arrival is as follows:

  • Single entry visa: US$45
  • Multiple entry visa: US$65

A Vietnam visa on arrival is typically valid for 1 or 3 months.

Yes, you can extend your Vietnam visa on arrival. To do so, you must apply for an extension at the Vietnam Immigration Department before your visa expires.

The benefits of using a visa on arrival include:

  • Convenience: You can obtain a visa upon arrival at the airport.
  • Flexibility: You can apply for a visa on arrival at any time.
  • No need to visit an embassy or consulate: You can apply for a visa on arrival online or through a visa agency.

The drawbacks of using a visa on arrival include:

  • Cost: The visa stamping fee is higher than the fee for a visa issued in advance.
  • Processing time: The processing time is longer than for a visa issued in advance.
  • Uncertainty: There is no guarantee that you will be granted a visa on arrival.

An emergency Vietnam visa is a visa that is issued to travelers who need to travel to Vietnam immediately for an emergency, such as a family illness or death. Emergency visas can be processed and issued more quickly than regular visas, but they may also be more expensive.

Any traveler who needs to travel to Vietnam immediately for an emergency can apply for an emergency visa. However, travelers should be aware that emergency visas are not always granted, and the Vietnamese government may require additional documentation to support the emergency claim.

To apply for an emergency Vietnam visa, you will need to contact the Vietnamese embassy or consulate in your home country. You will need to provide them with your passport information, travel dates, and the reason for your emergency trip. You may also need to provide additional documentation, such as a letter from your employer or doctor.

The cost of an emergency Vietnam visa varies depending on the nationality of the traveler and the type of visa that is issued. However, emergency visas are typically more expensive than regular visas.

Emergency Vietnam visas are typically processed and issued within 1-2 business days. However, in some cases, it may take longer to process an emergency visa, especially if the Vietnamese government requires additional documentation.


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