Vietnam visas shouldn’t have to be confusing. With Travel Visa Pro’s team of experts, it’s never been simplier to obtain a visa for Vietnam or any number of countries. Visitors currently have the option of applying for a Vietnam visa online.
With the Vietnam e-visa, also known as the Vietnam Visa on Arrival, you don’t need to send your passport to us. All you need to do is to scan and email us required items like the application form. After your visa is processed, we will either email your your e-visa or FedEx it to you if country requires us to do so. Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, TVP will support your trip every step of the way. Currently, multiple-entry Vietnam visas for US citizens are allowed for up to six months. With our personalized service designed to fit the needs of corporate travelers and those just seeking a one-time escape, getting a visa to Vietnam is a straightforward process. Come to one of our nine offices across the US; we can assist with the paperwork for a Vietnam Visa with our Form Fill Service and Concierge Service, and even provide assistance for an emergency visa to Vietnam if your flight is coming up quickly.
Vietnam has a variety of visa options accessible to US citizens, which are available for online applications, appointments in person at consulates, and submissions by mail. As a country friendly to long-term visitors, Vietnam allows Americans to stay for up to 90 days on a tourist visa, and makes it easy to extend once in the country. However, prior to departure travelers should be aware of the different requirements of the Vietnam visa application.
Immigration has several possibilities for obtaining visas to Vietnam:
In addition to these options, there are two different types of visas that can be attached in a US Passport. If you’re planning to visit Laos by land following your business in Vietnam, you should request that a visa sticker be affixed to your passport instead of a loose-leaf one; Lao immigration requires proof that travelers have departed Vietnam, and only the former is acceptable. You may be turned away if you don’t have the right physical type of visa in your passport, so plan ahead if you’re considering traveling to Laos.
Any one of Travel Visa Pro’s staff is capable of assisting you with your Vietnam visa application. Even if you’re confused about what type of visa you need, our travel experts will sit down with you and decide how long you’ll be allowed to stay in the country given the purpose of your visit.
If you need extra assistance heading to Vietnam, consider our Concierge Service. A dedicated Travel Visa Pro representative from our elite concierge team will take your call to go over all the requirements, pricing, and processing time to ensure that all your travel needs are met. If you’re requesting a Vietnam visa, personal updates will be given via email or over the phone at each stage of the application. We’ll register your trip with the US Department of State and the nearest US Consulate in Ho Chi Minh, providing you with travel warnings, travel alerts, and information specific to your trip. In addition, if your passport is lost, damaged, or stolen prior to your trip, Travel Visa Pro will replace it for free in time for you to travel to your destination.Read more