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Who experienced to get Vietnam Visa

Unread postby Feefe » Tue May 20, 2014 8:45 am

Just need to get a 3mth Vietnamese visa in PP next week.
Has anyone done this recently and how long did it take?
Thanks for any info.
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Re: Who experienced to get Vietnam Visa

Unread postby Iloboha » Tue May 20, 2014 9:02 am

I heard there is urgent 1 day service for Vietnam visa in PP. Some travelers said do it through travel agent is quicker and cheaper than do it your self. :geek:
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Re: Who experienced to get Vietnam Visa

Unread postby Neily » Thu May 22, 2014 4:53 pm

Hola,
Mi nombre es Marta, estoy ahora mismo en Laos y quiero tramitar un visado para vietnam. Mi idea es cruzar la frontera de Laos a Vietnam por tierra, sin cojer ningún avión.
He visto que se realizan los visados online pero son validos entrando por tierra?. Necesitaria saberlo, puesto que me dirijo mañana a Vientiane y en caso de no poder gestionarlo online, intentaria hacerlo en la embajada. Cuanto tardan en hacer el visado de Vietnam en la embajada de Vientiane?
En caso de realizarlo online, cuantos días tarda en tramitarse?
Muchas gracias.
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Re: Who experienced to get Vietnam Visa

Unread postby Karic » Thu May 22, 2014 5:00 pm

Neily wrote:Hola,
Mi nombre es Marta, estoy ahora mismo en Laos y quiero tramitar un visado para vietnam. Mi idea es cruzar la frontera de Laos a Vietnam por tierra, sin cojer ningún avión.
He visto que se realizan los visados online pero son validos entrando por tierra?. Necesitaria saberlo, puesto que me dirijo mañana a Vientiane y en caso de no poder gestionarlo online, intentaria hacerlo en la embajada. Cuanto tardan en hacer el visado de Vietnam en la embajada de Vientiane?
En caso de realizarlo online, cuantos días tarda en tramitarse?
Muchas gracias.

Yes, in your case, you have to go directly to Vietnam Embassy for help.
It takes 5 working days (1 week) but some travelers said they have 1-day service.
Hope you will manage it well.

Sí, en su caso, usted tiene que ir directamente a la Embajada de Vietnam en busca de ayuda.
Se tarda 5 días de trabajo (1 semana), pero algunos viajeros dijeron que no tienen servicio de 1-día.
Espero que se las arreglan bien.
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Re: Who experienced to get Vietnam Visa

Unread postby Gifthy » Sat May 24, 2014 11:56 am

Hello Everyone,
Myself and my husband are travelling to Vietnam for 31 days in July and are researching the best way to procure a Visa. We would need a 90 day single travel visa.
We are weighing up the pros and cons of obtaining a visa from the vietnam embassy vs using an online company to get our visa on arrival at Ho Chi Min airport.
has anyone applied for a 90 day visa on arrival lately? on the advice article on here there is an update about them not being able to process the 90 day visas until 1 week before you travel, which is cutting things a little bit close!
any advice or recommendations would be gratefully received x
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Re: Who experienced to get Vietnam Visa

Unread postby Vietvis » Sat May 24, 2014 12:03 pm

At present (May 2014) there is no time limited for 3 months visa, you can apply up to 6 months in davance to get visa approval letter (for Vietnam visa on arrival)
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Re: Who experienced to get Vietnam Visa

Unread postby Gingbe » Tue Jun 03, 2014 11:22 am

We are hoping to travel to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. We know we must get a Vietnam Visa prior to leaving the US. Does anyone know if you can go to one of their emabassies in the US and get a visa the same day?
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Re: Who experienced to get Vietnam Visa

Unread postby Eric » Tue Jun 03, 2014 11:26 am

To get Vietnam visa in one day you have only a way: Vietnam visa on arrival.
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Re: Who experienced to get Vietnam Visa

Unread postby Brady » Thu Jun 05, 2014 11:44 am

Hi- I'd like to hear from anyone who has obtained a Vietnam Visa from www.vietnam-visa-service.com
Their fee seems to be much lower than dealing directly with the embassy/consulate here in New Zealand.
Thanks!
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Re: Who experienced to get Vietnam Visa

Unread postby Iloboha » Thu Jun 05, 2014 11:49 am

Brady wrote:Hi- I'd like to hear from anyone who has obtained a Vietnam Visa from http://www.vietnam-visa-service.com
Their fee seems to be much lower than dealing directly with the embassy/consulate here in New Zealand.
Thanks!

Yes, you can use their service, they have a good feedback from clients.
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Re: Who experienced to get Vietnam Visa

Unread postby Nutril » Fri Jun 20, 2014 12:01 pm

Going to Vietnam for 2w in Oct, not got a visa yet, what's the best way to get one?
Also what vaccinations do you need, advice seems to vary site-site online.
Cheers
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Re: Who experienced to get Vietnam Visa

Unread postby Filly » Thu Jul 03, 2014 10:25 am

I used http://www.vietnam-visa-service.com for sorting out my visa for vietnam.
They were great in communication and made things seemless when i got to customs.
All i had to do was to pay the stamp duty of 45 dollars and away i went 5 minutes later with my visa in hand through security.
I would recommend this service to anyone coming over here as they made this process hassle free and you dont have to traps all the way to the middle of london to get a visa there.
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Re: Who experienced to get Vietnam Visa

Unread postby Vilcemt » Mon Jul 21, 2014 3:46 pm

/Hi to all. I need your help, PLEASE.
I am travelling to Asia in June, first to Bangkok - Thailand and then to Vietnam. I don't know yet if I will get into Vietnam flying or by bus/train. So...
a) Its better to get the visa in advanced in US (I live in California) or in Bangkok?
b) I am not a US citizen, can I apply for the visa in a US consulate?
c) How long is the visa duration after I received my passport? Because first I will travel to Thailand.
Thanks in advance guys
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Re: Who experienced to get Vietnam Visa

Unread postby Iloboha » Mon Jul 21, 2014 3:48 pm

Vilcemt wrote:
> /Hi to all. I need your help, PLEASE.
> I am travelling to Asia in June, first to Bangkok - Thailand and then to
> Vietnam. I don't know yet if I will get into Vietnam flying or by
> bus/train. So...
> a) Its better to get the visa in advanced in US (I live in California) or
> in Bangkok?
> b) I am not a US citizen, can I apply for the visa in a US consulate?
> c) How long is the visa duration after I received my passport? Because
> first I will travel to Thailand.
> Thanks in advance guys
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Re: Who experienced to get Vietnam Visa

Unread postby Iloboha » Mon Jul 21, 2014 3:58 pm

Iloboha wrote:Vilcemt wrote:
> /Hi to all. I need your help, PLEASE.
> I am travelling to Asia in June, first to Bangkok - Thailand and then to
> Vietnam. I don't know yet if I will get into Vietnam flying or by
> bus/train. So...
> a) Its better to get the visa in advanced in US (I live in California) or
> in Bangkok?
> b) I am not a US citizen, can I apply for the visa in a US consulate?
> c) How long is the visa duration after I received my passport? Because
> first I will travel to Thailand.
> Thanks in advance guys

The most convenient way is to get visa on arrival, not at Embassy.
You can apply Vietnam visa at any Vietnam Embassy/Consulate in the World.
I am not sure that I understand your question. Your visa duration is depending on your application. At present Vietnam Immigration Office issue 1 month and 3 month visas. Your visa is valid within the given dates in the visa.
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Re: Who experienced to get Vietnam Visa

Unread postby Ingmar » Fri Apr 10, 2015 3:30 pm

Hi,
Can anyone help with information about a visa for travelling to Vietnam?
I'm travelling on 11 February (for 3 weeks) from England and I have a British Passport. I'm also thinking about a trip to Cambodia when I'm there.
Thank you
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Re: Who experienced to get Vietnam Visa

Unread postby Fabio » Fri Apr 10, 2015 3:31 pm

You can apply Vietnam visa online to get visa on arrival. This helps you save much time and money.
If you go to Cambodia and come back Vietnam for your flight home you need apply for multiple entries visa.
Get Vietnam visa information and check service fee at: http://www.vietnam-visa-service.com
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Re: Who experienced to get Vietnam Visa

Unread postby Inigo » Mon Jun 22, 2015 4:27 pm

I'm flying to Saigon on Wed and need to get a visa (i didn't realise that you couldn't arrange one when you got there). I'm going to the Vietnam Embassy on Monday morning, does anyone know how easy or difficult it is to get them to issue one the same or next day? And how much it costs? thanks
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Re: Who experienced to get Vietnam Visa

Unread postby Cadric » Mon Jun 22, 2015 4:29 pm

Inigo wrote:I'm flying to Saigon on Wed and need to get a visa (i didn't realise that you couldn't arrange one when you got there). I'm going to the Vietnam Embassy on Monday morning, does anyone know how easy or difficult it is to get them to issue one the same or next day? And how much it costs? thanks

Why don't you think of getting Vietnam visa on arrival? This helps you save much time and money, especially in urgent cases like this.
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