Foreigners Now Can Easily Apply For Vietnam Tourist Visa With The Simplified Visa Application Process Of Greenvisa Agency

Vietnam has recently become one of the most ideal destinations for travelers all over the world. Having a thorough grasp of this opportunity, Vietnam government has released a new policy regarding visa to boost tourism as well as help foreigners obtain visas with ease.

October 28, 2017 / / —

A valid passport and tourist visa for Vietnam are some of the required documents which foreign travelers must prepare in advance if they are planning to pay a visit to the country. Nowadays, acquiring a visa to Vietnam is getting to be simpler and simpler due to the presence of several methods that visitors can choose to suit their convenience.

The first way is applying for a Vietnam embassy visa at the Embassy of Vietnam or Consulate. By choosing this method, travelers are able to have permission to enter Vietnam before boarding the plane. For foreign travelers who are living near the embassy, they can easily make it there and apply for Vietnam tourist visa directly. However, they can also choose to send their passport and some relevant papers away via postal mail in case they do not want to travel the embassy; this means that they will risk losing these important documents. Besides, the processing time and procedure of this method are quite long and tedious, not to mention the people whose country does not have the Vietnam Embassy have to take a trip to the neighboring country to apply for it. Thus, travelers should consider this option carefully if they do not wish to wasting too much time unnecessarily.

Another way to apply for Vietnam visa which people must know is visa on arrival (VOA). Because the entire process of visa application is conducted online, all travelers need to obtain a visa is having a device connected with the internet. By using this method, travelers will stay away from the chances of losing their crucial documents when sending these papers away. In addition, with the support of the Green Travel Universal team who will deal with Vietnam authorities at the embassy to obtain an approval letter on travelers’ behalf, they only need to provide accurate personal information on the online application form. Subsequently, Greenvisa agency will send visitors an approval letter which they must print out and present to the officials at Vietnam airports. A minor inconvenience of this method is that they must spend about 15 to 30 minutes or more queuing in a long line to get a visa stamp.

Everything has its pros and cons, and these ways to obtain a visa are no exception. The bottom line is that travelers should figure out which way is more suitable for them. No matter method they pick to request a visa to Vietnam, they are also required to meet some necessary tourist visa requirements for Vietnam such as original passport with the validity of at least six months, some passport-sized photos taken within six months, etc.

Concerned visitors can click here to learn more information about the cost for Vietnam tourist visa.

Contact Info:
Name: William S. Looney
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Organization: Green Travel Universal CO., LTD.
Phone: +18882381966

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