VISA INFORMATION FOR VIETNAM
VISA INFORMATION FOR VIETNAM
For passport holders from Belarus, Brunei, Cambodia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, South Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Norway, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Thailand and the United Kingdom Visas are not required for 14 or 30 days.
Citizens from the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy and Spain do not need a visa for visits up to 15 days.
Vietnam offers an e-Visa service, which costs $ 25 and takes 3 working days.
Tourist visas are valid for 30 days and can be extended after your arrival in Vietnam. Fees and requirements vary from Embassy to Embassy; about 50 US dollars in Bangkok and 85 US dollars in Washington. Tourists who make a detour from Vietnam to Thailand, Cambodia and Laos can apply for a double entry visa.
Visa on Arrival
You do not want to send your passport? Then the Visa on Arrival might be something for you! This visa is applied for online at an agency. It is important to know: You do not have to have booked a trip with this agency, it is only considered as an intermediary. With the help of a Invitation Letter,the letter of invitation and a list of names as well as some more documents (2 passport photos, printout of documents and appropriate Visa fee), you can receive on the spot on arrival in Vietnam, her visa at the counter.
We recommend that you apply for a visa before arrival.
FOR GERMAN CITIZENS
If you travel up to a maximum stay of 15 days in Vietnam, you will travel visa-free until 14.03.2025. No invitation letter is necessary anymore. Please note that the visa-free entry can only be used if at least 30 days have passed since the last stay in Vietnam.
Visa application (for a stay of more than 15 days or for a multiple entry)
A tourist visa is usually issued for four weeks for single or multiple entry. In the case of a planned multiple entry, which does not include 30 days between the first departure and the second entry into Vietnam, a visa for the second stay must be requested. You must also carry a passport valid for 6 months after departure. The granting for a longer period and to the two or more times entry is possible with appropriate application and presentation of further documents for a higher fee, according to information from the Vietnamese Embassy. An extension or change of the validity of the visa in Vietnam is possible. With a valid visa, the foreigner is allowed to enter Vietnam via any official border crossing (airports, ports and land routes, ie the borders of Vietnam / China, Vietnam / Laos and Vietnam / Cambodia). Child entries in the passport of a parent are no longer valid. Every child needs its own identity document. According to the Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the entry document must exceed the validity of the visa applied for by one month. As the Vietnamese diplomatic missions sometimes have different regulations, it is advisable to inquire directly there. German citizens do not need a transit visa.
Visa at entry (for a stay of more than 15 days)
With the so-called "Visa on Arrival" is the one-time entry only on the international Airports in Hanoi, Ho- Chi- Minh- City (Saigon) and Da Nang possible. To obtain the visa on arrival, you need a letter of approval from the Vietnamese Immigration Department beforehand, the so-called "Invitation Letter" is applied for online at an agency. In addition, your passport must be valid for at least six months after entry and the passport must still have at least one free page for the visa. Furthermore, you need two passport photos, the application form for the visa, as well as the processing fee of 45 USD.
E-Visa for Vietnam (for stays of up to 30 days)
E-Visa is a form of electronic visa to facilitate the application process of a visa application. By applying online, you can register your visa application directly with the Immigration Department in Vietnam. You will receive the visa in PDF file by email, which you can print from home and use as a conventional visa. An e-Visa is suitable for both tourist and business entry purposes.
Embassy of Vietnam
Tel.: (030) 53 63 0108
Fax: (030) 53 63 0200
FOR AUSTRIAN CITIZENS
Travelers need a visa, which must be applied for at the Vietnamese Embassy in Vienna. The passport must be valid for at least 6 months upon entry and at least one month longer than the granted Vietnamese visa. It is strongly recommended to keep the baggage claim sections on the plane ticket and baggage until leaving the airport, as both leave at the airport Airport checked for consistency. Likewise, the entry form must be kept until departure from Vietnam. It is a proof that you have legally entered Vietnam and information about any imported foreign currency etc. Entries of children in Austrian passports are no longer valid since 15.06.2012. When traveling abroad, each child must have their own travel document.
Österreich – 1190 Wien
Tel.: (0043) -1- 368 07 55
Fax: (0043) -1- 368 07 54
FOR SWISS STATE CITIZENS
A visa is required for entry into Vietnam. It also requires a 6-month passport. For details of application and other details, please contact the responsible consulate. Children need their own passport. A visa is valid from the date of issue until expiry of the period stated on the visa. Traveling children need their own passport. It is strongly recommended to keep the baggage claim sections on the plane ticket and baggage until leaving the airport, as both leave at the airport Airport checked for consistency. Likewise, the entry form must be kept until departure from Vietnam.
Tel.: (0041) 31 388 78 78
Fax.: (0041) 31 388 78 79
This Visa Information for Vietnam is expressly not legally binding and is subject to change without notice. Nationals of states not listed here must also obtain information independently of this information. Legally binding information is available from the Vietnamese embassy.