After closing its doors to foreign visitors to fight the spread of the Covid-19 virus, Vietnam has finally decided to open up again. Brazilian citizens who wish to visit Vietnam for business can now apply for their visa since the Vietnam Immigration Department is now accepting visa applications once again.
To apply for a business visa, a Brazilian businessman who wishes to visit Vietnam must first have a sponsor company. This is a Vietnam-based that will be willing to invite you into the country and help facilitate your visit. Here’s everything you need to know when it comes to visiting Vietnam these days.
Some nationalities can enter Vietnam with no visa due to the Visa Exemption Program. However, this program is temporarily suspended. Therefore, the only way that Brazilian citizens can enter Vietnam these days is to apply for a business visa. But the Vietnam Immigration will only issue this visa to those who have “important reasons” to visit the country. If you are visiting for leisure or tourism purposes, your visa application will be denied.
As mentioned, travelers who are visiting for tourism or leisure are still not allowed in Vietnam during this time. That’s because the Vietnam government would like to control the entry of foreign tourists and prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus. The only travelers that they will allow to visit Vietnam are the following:
If you need to travel to Vietnam for some important business projects, you must first have the following:
Below are the steps on how to apply for your Vietnam business visa.
It can be complicated to travel to Vietnam these days since there are many requirements that you need to accomplish. If you need help, consider asking assistance from a local agency in Vietnam. If you don’t have a sponsor company that can apply for the visa on your behalf, the agency might be able to offer assistance.
When applying for the business visa, you will also be asked to provide proof of travel insurance that can cover the cost of your treatment if you get sick of Covid-19 in Vietnam. If you can’t show proof that you have insurance, your sponsor company should be willing to pay for the cost of treatment.
To ensure that all foreign visitors entering Vietnam do not carry the Covid-19 virus, they would require all visitors to be tested at least 3 to 5 days before their trip. The test should show that they are negative of the disease and they must present the certificate upon boarding their flight. The test should be performed by a WHO-certified lab in Brazil. Without the negative test certificate, the airline could deny you from boarding your flight to Vietnam.
Aside from submitting the negative Covid-19 test certificate, all travelers will also be asked to go through a 14-day quarantine upon arrival. There is a list of hotels in Ho Chi Minh, Hanoi, and other major cities in Vietnam that the Vietnamese government has designated as quarantine facilities. You can book any of these hotels only for your quarantine stay.
Since you are not allowed to take public transportation before quarantine, you must also have a pre-booked vehicle that will take you to your hotel coming from the airport. The vehicle will be waiting for you at the airport on arrival and will drive you directly to your hotel so you can start with your quarantine.
Brazilian citizens who wanted to apply for the Vietnam e-Visa must have an ordinary passport having a validity period of at least six months from the date of intended entry into the country. To apply for the visa, you must make sure to provide all the information that is required on the online application form.
The application process of the Vietnam e-visa for Brazilian is very simple. It only takes a few minutes to fill up.
Citizens of Brazil are required to have a visa to enter Vietnam. Citizens of Brazil please find below for options to get a visa for Vietnam: 1.
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The Vietnam e-Visa is an official Vietnamese visa that the Immigration Department of Vietnam would issue to citizens of more than 80 countries including Brazil. This document will allow a Brazilian citizen to enter the country and stay for 30 days.