May 25, 2020
Visa tips

How to Use the e-Visa When Entering Vietnam

Take note that the Vietnam e-Visa is valid at 28 points of entry in the country. These include border checkpoints and international airports. You can refer to the official website of Vietnam e-Visa for a full list of airports that the visa is accepted. List-of-port that accept for e-visa.

So once you have your visa, carry a printed copy with you on your flight. This must be presented upon check-in and of course, when passing through immigration in Vietnam.

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The application procedure online is really easy. But, the information given should be checked and reviewed before submission.

Here are some things to keep in mind to ensure that there are no problems in the processing of your e-Visa. The Vietnam e-visa will only allow you a maximum stay of 30 days in the country.

So after you have printed a copy of your e-Visa, all you need to do is to fly to Vietnam. As you arrive at the airport, present your e-visa copy along with your passport to the immigration officer.

To apply for the e-visa, you just need to fill out the form online. Make a payment and wait for a confirmation.

Canadian travelers to Vietnam will be able to use the e-Visa in various ports of entry in the country. Unlike the visa on arrival that you can only use at Vietnam airports, the e-Visa can also be used in some land borders and seaports.

As mentioned, you’ll be asked to pay for the e-visa processing fees when you apply online. You can pay with your debit or credit card.

If you are still not yet convinced why the Vietnam e-visa is a better option, then here are more reasons: No need to queue at the airport when waiting for your visa stamp. No need to pay for stamping fee on arrival like visa on arrival.

There are several other types of Vietnam visa that a visitor can apply for.  If you prefer the traditional method of visiting a Vietnam embassy and get a visa stamped in your passport, you can go ahead and do so.