Vietnam Visa on arrival posts

  • Is the Vietnam Visa on Arrival Program Legitimate?

    If you are planning a business trip or family vacation to Vietnam, you probably have a great many questions, including how much the trip is likely to cost and what cities you plan to visit while you are there. You may also have a lot of questions about the entry requirements for the country of Vietnam, and it is important to get those questions answered before you buy your airline tickets, book your hotel and head out to your local airport.

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  • No visa for russian passport holder

    According to No. 3207/2008/QD-BNG approved and signed on 10 December 2008 by the head of Vietnam Forein Affairs Ministry, citizens of the Russian Federation bearing ordinary passports are exempt from visa when entering and exiting Vietnam regardless of their entry purposes within 15 days from the date of entry.

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  • Latest news: travellers can still apply for a 3 month multi-entry Vietnam visa on arrival at our website

    During the last ten years, air travellers entering Vietnam has used visa on arrival service as the fastest and simplest way to obtain a Vietnam visa. With visa on arrival service, applicants can obtain their visa within a very short time: 1-2 working days or just 2-3 working hours without experiencing any complicated paperwork. Among the most common types of Vietnam visa on arrival, a three month multiple entry visa is a favorite options for most businessmen.

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  • Is the Vietnam Visa on Arrival Program a Scam ?

    If you have been planning a business trip or personal vacation to the country of Vietnam, you have probably been doing a lot of research. From the cost of essentials like hotel rooms, meals out and transportation to the must-see sites in each city and town, it is only natural to want to learn as much about your destination as you can.

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  • The Truth About the Vietnam Visa on Arrival Program

    Whether the purpose of your trip to Vietnam is business or pleasure, you want to make sure you have all your ducks in a row before you leave your home and head for the local airport. No doubt you will have already taken care of the essentials, like booking your hotel room and perhaps a rental car, and making sure you have printed your airline tickets.

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