Vietnam Visa Information
Foeigners and Vietnamese nationals holding foreign passports can enjoy visa exemption for stays of less than 30 days on Phu Quoc Island from March 10, according to a new decision by the Prime Minister. Besides, foreigners who enter Vietnam via either an international airport or an international port and then come to Phu Quoc can […]
Vietnamese passport holders would no longer have to get a visa to visit Myanmar from October 26 this year, the Foreign Ministry has said. According to the visa exemption pact between Viet Nam and Myanmar, citizens need to have their passports valid for at least six months, and their stay in Myanmar must not exceed […]
Vietnam has extended a program to waive visa fees for foreign tourists through the end of this year, the government announced on Thursday.Tourists coming to Vietnam on trips organized by travel agencies under the “Vietnam Your Destination” campaign are eligible for the fee exemption scheme, according to a report published on the government’s website.
The incentive follows an instruction by Permanent Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Sinh Hung. It is applied to all foreign visitors who register to join the national marketing campaign in 2010 named “Vietnam-Your Destination” from October 10 to December 31 this year.
Foreign workers staying in Vietnam for longer than three months will be denied visas or even forced to leave the country if they do not have work permit or if their permit is expired.
Vietnam and Azerbaijan have signed a protocol on cooperation between their Ministries of Foreign Affairs and an agreement on visa exemptions for ordinary and official passport holders.
As of April 16, 2010, the US Embassy in Hanoi and the US Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City will require all non-immigrant visa applicants to complete a new, electronic, web-based form.
Kurtis Wichmann has been desperately trying to bring his wife and daughter to America and start a life together. But they’re at the mercy of a system that’s said to be so mired in bureaucracy and, at times, racism, that it’s keeping the doors of family and freedom securely fastened. .
As from Jan 1, 2010, citizens of Vietnam and Cambodia who are holding ordinary passports valid for at least six months, will need no visa to enter or transit the other country, according to the Foreign Ministry’s Consular Department.
1. Visas bear the following code signs: A1: shall be granted to official members of delegations invited by the Party Central Committee, the National Assembly, the State President, the Government and guests of ranks equivalent to the ranks of ministers, vice ministers, presidents or vice presidents of the People’s Committees of the provinces or centrally-run […]