Vietnam E visa is valid for maximum of 30 days, single entry. Outside Vietnam foreigners who want to enter Vietnam can personally apply for E-visa or through the inviting/guaranteeing agencies and organizations. E-visa fee paid via electronic payment gateway as prescribed by the Immigration Department.
Vietnam Electronic Visa
Vietnam e- Visa is a simple, online visa approval process available to citizens of 80 countries. Payment and delivery of the e-Visa by entirely online, and taking three working days. This article lists everything you need to know about applying for Vietnam e- Visa. For information about visa on arrival, and visa exemptions
the linked website: official of Vietnam Tourism Departmental – An official guide to E-Visa for Vietnam
the official linked website of immigrant for E-Visa: National web portal on immigration
- A passport with six (6) months’ validity
- A photo in .jpg format of your full passport data page
- A passport photo in .jpg format (4×6, white background, without glasses)
- A valid international credit or debit card
- An email address for support purposes
- A temporary address within Vietnam
- Your entry and exit dates and entry and exit points/airports
How to Apply for e-Visa: check it out the official website mentioned above.Vietnam e-Visas will cost you a flat fee of $25 USD for a 30-day, SINGLE-ENTRY visa. Your 30 days will start when you arrive into Vietnam, not when your e-Visa is approved
Legitimate Approval Letter & Visa Procedure at Vietnam Airports
A Vietnam visa is required for most foreigners to enter and exit Vietnam at the three international airports in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, and Da Nang. By applying online here, you can receive your Approval Letter before you leave home, which will simplify your arrival and save time. Following is Circular No. 190/2012/TT-BTC dated November 9, 2012, from the Ministry of Finance (Vietnam Government) that includes details about the collection, remittance, management, and use of visa fees.
Vietnam Government Policies for Visa on Arrival
International travel agencies have the right to request that a competent state agency (the Vietnam Immigration Department, or VID) approve the entry, exit, or transit of tourists as stated in Article 13 of Decree No. 92/2007/ND-CP. This decree details the implementation of a number of the Articles of the Laws on Tourism, including regulations regarding the rights and obligations of international tourist agencies. International travel agencies, therefore, can legally request the VID’s assistance in approving visa Approval Letters for their tourist clients.