The requirements for Micronesians to apply a Vietnam e-visa are pretty basic. Here are the requirements that you need to prepare: Valid passport – your passport should be valid for at least six months from your entry date.
Compared to other types of visas to Vietnam, the Vietnam e-visa is the easiest to apply. In fact, you don’t need to bring anything on your trip to the country. All you need to carry with you is the e-visa copy and your passport. This is one of the advantages of getting the e-visa.
The only thing you need to do is to go online and fill out the application form from their website. You will also be asked to upload photos (Photo Guide) and the digital copy of your passport’s biographical page. After this, you will be taken to the next page where you will pay for the $25 e-visa fee. So be prepared with your card, both debit card, and credit card. You can also pay with your PayPal.
But remember that if for some reason, your visa application is denied, the processing fee can no longer be refunded back to you. After you submit the application form online, you’ll get a registration code. Make sure you take note of this code because this is what you’ll key in later on to download a copy of your e-visa.
After about 3 -5 business days, you’ll receive an email regarding the status of your e-visa. If it’s approved, you’ll be asked to click on the link in the email where you can download the visa. Save a soft copy of the visa on your computer and print one copy to bring to your trip.
No, you can only enter in Vietnam within the date specified on your e-visa. If you come earlier than that, you will be denied entry to the country.
You need to contact Vietnam immigration immediately as soon as you have noticed a mistake on your e-visa application. That way, they can rectify your visa and avoid any issues when entering the country.
Each individual traveler should have his or her own e-visa copy when entering Vietnam. Therefore, you cannot apply for multiple travelers in one e-visa application.