What is Vietnam Visa on Arrival?
Vietnam visa on arrival (also known as Vietnam landing visa, or Vietnam airport visa) is a convenient alternative way to obtain valid permission to visit Vietnam. It can be picked up at one of Vietnam international airports upon arrival.
To obtain the visa on arrival for Vietnam, you need to get a visa approval letter in advance. First, you fill out the online application form. Second, you show it at Vietnam airports to get visa stamped onto your passports. No passport sendoff, no document is required to apply for this type of visa for Vietnam.
NOTICE (March 14, 2020): Due to the recent outbreak of COVID 19, the Visa on arrival program has been temporarily suspended from March 15, 2020. You are highly recommended reading updates on Temporary regulator change on entry and exit of foreigners before planning a trip to Vietnam during this time and contact a local embassy/consulate of Vietnam for further information.
What is Evisa for Vietnam?
Vietnam evisa or Vietnam electronic visa (symbolized as EV) has been introduced by the Vietnam Immigration Department since February 2, 2017. This kind of Vietnamese visa is applied and issued online.
An e-visa for Vietnam is valid for 30 days only with a single entry only.
After 2 years of suspension due to Covid-19, Vietnam evisa has been resumed since March 15, 2022, and follows the same regulations as before Covid-19.
Vietnam evisa countries
E visa Vietnam is now available for citizens of the 80 countries who wish to stay in Vietnam for no more than 30 days.
|Armenia||Iceland||Papua New Guinea|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||Korea (South)||Romania|
|Chile||Macedonia The former Yugoslav of||Slovakia|
(Including Hong Kong SAR and Macau SAR passport holders)
(Not apply to Chinese e-passport holders, i.e a passport having its number starting with E)
|Colombia||Marshall Islands||Solomon Islands|
|Cuba||Micronesia Federated States of||Sweden|
|Czech Republic||Monaco||Timor Leste|
|Denmark||Mongolia||United Arab Emirates|
|Estonia||Montenegro||United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland|
|Fiji||Myanmar||United States of America|