May 16, 2020
Visa tips

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

E-visa is a short electronic visa. The process is simple and straightforward. Right from applying to receiving the visa, everything is done virtually. There are no big differences than other types of visas. The only difference is that it can be done online.

Before making e-visa application, please make sure you Uruguayan passport valid for at least 6 months with 2 blank pages, also, you are advised to prepare following things:

Step to apply for Vietnam e-visafor Uruguayan passport holders

Step 1 : Complete the e-visa application form

Fill out the application form by providing your personal details that matches the information on your passport such as your date of birth, nationality, date of birth, and date of arrival and departure… and upload scanned copy of your passport and photograph.

Step 2 : Make the payment for e-visa processing.

Pay the visa fee of $25 with your credit or debit card and PayPal account through secured payment gateway. Once you submit the order, you will receive the reference code. Save the code for future references.

Step 3 : Download e-visa and print

You will receive the visa in email within three working days. Download the Vietnam e-visa and print it out.

How To Make E-Visa Application For Vietnam [Detailed Guide]

 

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

So you are planning to visit Vietnam. Whether you are planning to explore the dazzling Halong Bay, Hue and Ho Chi Minh city or vibrant cities Hoi An, the rural north and south, Vietnam offers adventure at your every turn.

If you’re looking for information about visa application to Vietnam, then you must have come across the e-visa. Citizens of Uruguay are eligible for this kind of visa, which will allow them to enter Vietnam and stay in the country for a maximum of 30 days.