Vietnam has recently announced the approval of the revised Vietnam Immigration Law, which allows citizens of countries subject to Vietnam’s unilateral visa exemption to stay in the country for up to 45 days without needing a visa. This new policy will come into effect on August 15, 2023.
The countries subject to Vietnam’s unilateral visa exemption are Belarus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Norway, Russia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, and the UK. Visitors from these nations can stay in Vietnam for up to 45 days visa-free from August 15, 2023.
The new policy is expected to boost tourism in Vietnam, as it offers travelers from the countries mentioned above more time to explore the country. Vietnam is known for its stunning landscapes, delicious cuisine, and friendly people, and the extended visa-free period will give travelers more opportunities to experience all the country has to offer.
Vietnam is an increasingly popular tourist destination, and with the extended visa-free period, it is likely to become even more attractive to travelers. The Vietnamese government is working hard to make the country a more attractive destination, and this new policy is certainly a step in the right direction.
The new policy is great news for travelers from the countries listed above, as it gives them more time to enjoy their stay in Vietnam. So, if you are planning a trip to Vietnam, remember to take advantage of the new visa-free period!
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Dear Valued Customers, 👉 We are happy to inform that Nationals who are eligible for Vietnam e-visa (30 days, single entry) now can apply for an e-visa to visit Vietnam. 👉 No need for Covid Test from 15 May 2022 👉 No need for Medical Declaration anymore from 27 April 2022.
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As part of its initiatives to control the rapid spread of the coronavirus, also known as Covid 19, Vietnam has suspended issuing new visas to all foreign nationals. Not only that, but Vietnam has also stopped the visa-free entry of those foreigners who are part of the visa waiver policy.
Vietnam is among those countries that have to close borders when the coronavirus started spreading fast. As a country that has a thriving tourism economy, closing its borders has been a truly difficult decision.