May 15, 2020
Visa tips

How to apply Vietnam e-visa for Marshallese passport holders?

Before starting with the process, Marshallese passport holders are advised to prepare a scanned copy of your passport’s bio page (Sample for passport’s bio page) and a digital photo of your face (Photo guide). Please make sure your passport valid for at least 6 months with 2 blank pages.

The entire process for e-visa application needs to be done online. There is no offline mode for the e-visa process. Without wasting much time.

First thing first, go to a web browser and open the official website of the Vietnam Immigration Department. Ensure that you are using only their site and not any other site. Look for the application form and check out what information you need to submit. After that, check whether you have all this information with you or not. If you do not enter the details correctly then either you might come across a cancelation or rejection. Nobody wishes to suffer from all these issues and if you do not want to come across these problems, provide the details in the application form correctly.

Secondly, Make sure the images that you are uploading are within the size that the Immigration site has mentioned and the images need to be clear.

After providing all information requested by the form and upload scanned copy of your passport + photo of your face, move to the next step where you need to pay the processing fee. From the time the processing fee has been made, you need to wait for 3 business days to receive the e-visa.

Frequently Ask About Vietnam e-Visa


There is NO embassy or consulate of Vietnam representing in Marshall Islands 🇲🇭. Options for citizens of Marshall Islands getting a visa for Vietnam: Apply online for electronic visa or Vietnam e-visa (30 days, single entry).

Are you a citizen of Marshall Islands and looking forward to planning a trip to Vietnam? If it is so, you must be looking for a visa then. You must know that without having a visa, you will not be allowed to enter the country.

Citizens of the Marshall Islands are required to present a visa when entering Vietnam. Thankfully, getting a visa to Vietnam these days has never been so easy.