Vietnam Visa FAQs - Visa Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. You can certainly get assistance and guidance upon arrival at the airport, even if you don't speak Vietnamese. With our airport fast-track service, you will receive immediate support upon landing at any major airport in Vietnam.
No, you cannot enter Vietnam with an expired passport, even if you have a valid visa. It is essential to have a valid passport with at least six months of remaining validity from the date of entry into Vietnam. This requirement is strictly enforced by Vietnamese immigration authorities.
Yes, you can transit through a Vietnam airport without a visa under specific conditions. Here's what you need to know:
Yes, there are specific customs regulations you should be mindful of when entering Vietnam. In order to apply for a Vietnam e-visa, it is essential to provide the required information and documentation necessary for the visa application process. This includes the personal information and passport details of the applicant.
Yes, as a journalist or filmmaker, you can apply for a Vietnam e-Visa to visit Vietnam for tourism, business, or transit purposes.
Yes, there are some restrictions on the activities that you can do in Vietnam with a Vietnam e-Visa.
Yes, you can apply for a Vietnam e-Visa if you are a citizen of a country other than your country of birth, as long as you hold a valid passport from the country that you are applying to.
Yes, you can travel to Vietnam with a Vietnam e-Visa even if you have a connecting flight through another country.
In most cases, you do NOT need to show proof of accommodation when you arrive in Vietnam with a Vietnam e-Visa.
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.