To understand what a Vietnam e-visa is, take a look at its features below: The E-visa is a single-entry visa. It will allow you to stay in the country for a maximum of 30 days.
After you submit your e-visa online, wait for 3-5 business days and you will receive an email for the status of your visa. If after 5 business days, you still have not received an email, get in touch with the Vietnam Immigration Dept. and ask for the status. They will normally provide you a link where you can enter the registration code to download the e-visa copy.
If your e-visa is approved, it will be available for you to download. It’s highly recommended to save a copy on your phone or laptop. After this, print a copy and bring this to your trip to the country. If possible, print two copies of the e-visa. That way, you will have a spare copy just in case you will lose the other one.
As you arrive at the airport of Vietnam, proceed immediately to the Immigration area. Provide your passport and e-visa to the immigration officer. Your passport will then be stamped, which means you can now proceed to the arrival lounge to claim your bags. Make sure you carry a copy of the e-visa with you anywhere you are in Vietnam.
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.
What if I realized that I made a mistake on my visa application and I have already submitted it? Send an email as soon as possible. They will be able to correct whatever mistake you have entered so you will not get into trouble when entering Vietnam using the e-visa.