January 8, 2020
Eligible

What are requirements for e-visa Vietnam?

ELIGIBILITY  

1/ Please note that NOT all visitors can apply for an evisa to Vietnam. From January 2017, the Immigration of Vietnam grant evisa for citizens of 40 countries as in the list below:

Argentina
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Bulgaria
Belarus
Brunei
Chile
China *
Colombia
Cuba
Czech Republic
Germany
Denmark
Finland
France
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Kazakhstan
Korea (South)
Luxembourg
Myanmar
Mongolia
Norway
Panama
Peru
Philippines
Poland
Romania
Russia
Slovakia
Spain
Sweden
Timor-Leste
Uruguay
United Kingdom
United States
Venezuela
* Not apply to Chinese e-passport holders (passport number begin with “E”)

2/From December 2017, an additional six countries are accepted to Vietnam e-visa program:

 

 

Citizens of countries which are not in the list above can apply for visa on arrival (click here) instead.

REQUIREMENTS        

eVisa applicants must hold an ordinary passport with a validity period of at least six (6) months as of the date of intended entry into Vietnam.

To obtain an eVisa, applicants must submit all relevant personal identity information, upload a recently-taken passport size photo and a copy of their passport (simply provide a scan of the page which contains your personal information), and then pay the required application service fee by credit card (Visa or MasterCard) or PayPal online.

BEFORE STARTING YOUR e-VISA APPLICATION

You will be required to complete an online application form in a single web browser session. Before starting on the application process, please ensure you have all of these required elements:

– A valid email address

– A passport valid for at least 6 months (simply provide a scan of the page which contains your personal information)

– A digital file containing a recently-taken passport size photograph

– A valid credit card OR PayPal account to pay for the application service fees

THE APPLICATION PROCESS

– Click on the ‘Apply Now’ button.

– Enter details about your visa request and personal information on the form.

– Upload your recent passport size photo and passport copy (simply provide a scan of the page which contains your personal information).

– Review the details of your application.

– Make payment for your online visa application.

– Receive an email confirming receipt of your application and payment.

– Receive an email containing your eVisa and print a copy for your records, upon successful application.

For instruction with steps to apply for an e-visa, please click here.

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