Parents whose kids have their own passports should apply for a visa for their child separately. Furthermore, they must accompany their child on a trip to Vietnam.
Remember that any child who is not accompanied by a parent, guardian, or authorized adult, will not be allowed to enter the country. This is for the safety and security of the child.
When passing through the Immigration counter of Vietnam, simply present the visa that was granted for you and your child. Make sure you include your passport and the passport of your child as well. If you share the visa with your child, then present the visa together with both of your passports. After the immigration officer confirms the validity of your visas, you and your child will then be granted entry to the country.
There are a few nationalities that can enter Vietnam visa-free. If you and your child is a citizen of countries that don’t require a visa to Vietnam, then there’s no longer a need for you to acquire a visa for you or your child (Please check Vietnam visa requirement to know if you need visa or not).
The requirements for the Vietnam e-visa of your child will be the same with the requirements of your own visa too. If applying online, then you need to provide a scanned copy of the biographical page of your child’s passport (Sample for passport’s bio page) and a recently taken photo (Photo guide).
Traveling to Vietnam is fun if you have your kids in tow! Vietnam is a family-friendly country with plenty of activities for both adults and kids to enjoy. In Vietnam, you can take your kids to go swimming at the beach or hike the terraced mountains of Sapa.
Vietnam is a popular tourist spot that is frequented by families and solo travelers all through the year. The country is known for its flexible and user-friendly visa policies and regulations that have provisions for everyone.