Discovering The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Getting Online Visa For Vietnam With Greenvisa Agency

Getting in touch with the Vietnam Embassy used to be the only option for foreign travelers to apply for a visa to Vietnam. Fortunately, the availability of Vietnam online visa on arrival has finally simplified the process of applying and issuing visa for travelers.

October 29, 2017 / / —

In the past, it was not easy for foreigners to obtain a visa to Vietnam since they have to go to the Embassy of Vietnam in their nation in person. This could be very inconvenient for those living far from the location of the embassy or consulate. Realizing this, the Vietnam Government decided to launch a new visa system known as Vietnam visa on arrival (or Vietnam visa online) that allows visitors to apply for visa to Vietnam via the internet.

As a result, more and more travelers have chosen this type of visa as their prior option when it comes to getting permission from the government to enter Vietnam. That is why Greenvisa company has gathered necessary information about online visa for Vietnam in order to help people have a closer look.

Firstly, as the name of it, the online Vietnam visa application will be completely implemented on the Internet and visitors can obtain their visa straight at the arrival airport in Vietnam. All they have to do is to follow a three-step procedure including filling in a Vietnam online visa form here, paying for the visa service, and receiving a Vietnam approval letter through their provided email. The time for processing the visa application is faster than the traditional method of getting Vietnam visa since it only takes two days for standard service and four hours for urgent cases. By taking advantage of visa online for Vietnam, visitors can save a lot of their valuable time as well as money.

Moreover, there is no need for foreign passport holders to go to the Vietnam Embassy/Consulate to follow complicated procedures there. Vietnam visa at embassy usually takes about five to seven days to be processed, and people might be required to get there more than once in case their application or documents have any mistake. Meanwhile, applicants can apply for a Vietnam visa at anywhere, even at their home or office with visa online Vietnam. In addition, they do not have to send their original passport to the Vietnam Embassy by post. This can help travelers avoid the chances of losing their important documents during the delivering process.

However, visa for Vietnam online also comes with several limitations that foreign visitors need to bear in mind. For example, online Vietnam visa is only applicable for people traveling to the country by airplane and arriving at four international airports. That is why visitors intending to enter Vietnam by crossing the border or seaport have to choose other methods of obtaining visa for Vietnam. Besides, because of a great number of tourists queuing at Vietnam airport, waiting for long time to get visa stamp on passport is considered as normal. Nevertheless, foreigners can prevent this inconvenience from happening by choosing to use the “Fast Track service” of Greenvisa. The staff from the agency will get Vietnam visa stamp on visitor’s behalf within 15 minutes. Finally, the Vietnam approval letter online is usually processed on a group. Therefore, sometimes travelers may find other people’s names on their approval letter. In case they do not want this to happen, they just need to require a private letter before submitting their visa application form.

For more detailed information on how to apply for a visa to Vietnam, please visit https://greenvisa.io/

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