We know well that you need a visa to enter many Asian countries, and the same is true for Vietnam. If you do not have a visa, you can be denied at the airport. You may also be denied flights booked for travel to this country. This mistake is very costly and time consuming. That is why it is important to have all your visa documents before you travel. Below is an overview of three easy ways to get a Vietnam Travel Visa.

Vietnam visa arrival
A common way to get a visa in the past is to apply for a “visa on arrival” (VOA). This is a simple application process for you to come to Vietnam, but in fact you need a visa approval letter to receive a visa on arrival, so you must apply for a visa approval letter first. You need assistance from a travel agency or a sponsor company to enter Vietnam.

Alternatively, you can apply for a visa approval letter online at vietnamvisas.in

This visa approval letter will include your name, date of entry and exit of your planned visit. It is usually listed with others also approved in the mail at the same time. A red seal must be stamped at the bottom of the letter, which is proof that it has been approved by a government official. You must make sure you know how long you plan to stay in Vietnam, such as 30 days, 3 months, 6 months or 12 months. In addition, you need to ensure that your visa is a single item or multiple entries.

Please remember that it is important to bring this approval letter when you are on a flight to Vietnam. When you arrive at the Vietnam airport, you must present a visa approval letter to the Immigration Department staff. You will then have to pay the stamp fee and get your visa.

Vietnam e-Visa online
Electronic visas allow travelers to enter 28 different entry points in Vietnam, such as ports, borders or airports. You are free to apply at home.
The limitation of this method is that it only covers a maximum of 30 days and is only accepted by citizens of 80 countries.

This process is easy for those who are accustomed to completing online business transactions.
You will need to upload a digital copy of your passport and fill out personal information and travel details and a portrait photo. There is another essential note. It is important to ensure your passport is valid for at least 6 months from the date of entry in Vietnam. When you have done all this satisfactorily, you will be granted an e-Visa for Vietnam to help you travel to this fascinating country.

Apply for a visa at the nearest Vietnamese Embassy
You should check in advance to confirm opening hours and other embassy arrangements. Usually, you will need to provide accurate documents, such as application form, passport and photo. After completing the procedure, the embassy staff member will tell you if you can send your visa to you or when you receive your visa. If you live in a big city near the Vietnamese Embassy, this is the best option.