Vietnam Visa FAQs - Visa Frequently Asked Questions
1 . Do I need to print out my Vietnam e-Visa, or can I show it on my phone?
Yes. It would be best if you had a printout of your eVisa upon arrival in Vietnam. Once your application is approved, your e visa will be sent to your email address in PFD format.
2 . Is it possible to apply for a Vietnam e-Visa for someone else?
Yes. On the Vietnam Immigration Services website, tourists can apply for a Vietnam e-Visa on behalf of someone else. Our secured system enables applicants to apply for a group of up to 15 people, making it easier for tourists to obtain a visa for Vietnam.
3 . Can I Change My E-Visa Application After Being Submitted?
No, you cannot make changes to your Vietnam e-Visa application after it has been submitted. In case you need to change information in your application form once you send us, you need to contact us immediately.
4 . What happens if my Vietnam e-Visa application is denied?
If your Vietnam e-visa application is denied, you will be required to reapply for a new visa. Your visa will mostly be issued if you apply on the website of the Vietnam Immigration Services.
5 . Can I apply for a Vietnam e-Visa if I'm already in Vietnam?
Yes. You can apply for a Vietnam e-visa while you are in Vietnam. However, in order for the e-Visa to be valid, you must exit Vietnam and enter the country again.
6 . Can I apply for a Vietnam e-Visa if I have a criminal record?
Yes, it is possible for most international travelers to get a Vietnam visa regardless of whether they have a history of criminal convictions.
7 . What happens if I overstay my Vietnam e-Visa?
Overstaying a Vietnam visa is a violation of immigration laws and might lead to serious consequences.
8 . Can I Extend My Vietnam E-Visa If I Need To Stay For Longer Than?
No, it is not possible to extend a Vietnam e-Visa. If you need to stay in Vietnam for longer than the visa allows, you must leave the country before the expiration date of your e-Visa and apply for a new visa at a Vietnamese embassy or consulate in another country.
9 . What Should I Do If My E-Visa Expires While I'm Still In Vietnam?
To prevent the risk of overstaying your visa and incurring penalties or legal consequences, it is advisable to take prompt measures to extend your visa if it expires while you are still in Vietnam.
10 . Is the Vietnam e-Visa accepted at all entry points in Vietnam?
E-Visa holders can enter and exit Vietnam through any checkpoint in 33 international checkpoints. The list of checkpoints is below:
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