March 12, 2020
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[March 12, 2020] Vietnam Visa Exemption Policy For Indonesian Can Be Suspended

Vietnam and Indonesia have a good relationship for many years. Currently, Indonesian citizens can come to Vietnam for a maximum stay of 30 days without having to apply for a visa. However, Vietnam’s visa exemption policy for Indonesia may be canceled due to the Covid-19 epidemic.

According to the latest update, from 0:00AM on March 12, 2020, Vietnamese government has stopped all visa waiver programs for 8 European countries including UK, France, Germany, Spain, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland. In addition, citizens from these countries will not be able to apply for visas to Vietnam until the disease situation is well controlled in Europe.

This is a move aimed at controlling the disease which is spreading globally by the Vietnamese government. And Indonesia is quite likely to be the next country to be suspended the visa waiver program. To control the epidemic, the Vietnamese government may suddenly cancel the bilateral visa-free policy for Indonesian nationals, and tighten the visa application policy for this citizens.

Up to now, Indonesian passport holders can still enter Vietnam without a visa for 30 days, and the procedure for obtaining a visa to Vietnam is still very easy. However, Indonesians who are planning to come to Vietnam in the near future should apply for a visa to prevent from the fact that Vietnamese government can suddenly cancel the visa exemption policy. This is the best way to enter Vietnam without worrying about visa issues, because once you have a visa, even though the visa exemption policy is canceled, you can also enter normally.

Vietnam Visa can now be easily applied on the link, no need to prepare any documents, the procedure is simple and quick, and the cost is also very cheap. After receiving the visa application via the link, your visa application will be processed and you will receive the result via email after two working days.