February 1, 2023
Visa On Arrival

Update about Visa Approval Letter for Vietnam visa on arrival

Dear Valued Customers,

We are happy to inform you that visa on arrival (VoA) is now open. You are welcome to Vietnam.
There is a significant change in the visa approval letter. The NEW visa approval letter is now issued electronically; therefore, there is no red stamp and hand sign on the NEW letter.

Here below is a sample of the NEW letter:



New VOA Letter page 1

New VOA Letter page 2


Hello, Please see below for our instruction to declare your health status on PC Covid Vietnam Apps without using https://tokhaiyte.vn First, please download and install PC-Covid Vietnam Apps on your phone.

Dear Valued Customers, 👉 We are happy to inform that Nationals who are eligible for Vietnam e-visa (30 days, single entry) now can apply for an e-visa to visit Vietnam. 👉 No need for Covid Test from 15 May 2022 👉 No need for Medical Declaration anymore from 27 April 2022.

Note : Visitors entering the country must pay for insurance premiums. The insurance will have coverage of 10,000 USD, which is about 30 USD per person on average.

Currently, the borders of Vietnam remain closed and the government did not specify any date as to when it will open again. But once the borders will open, those who are eligible to apply for the e-visa can start with their application.

Beginning July 1st, citizens from 80 countries will be qualified to avail of the electronic visa, also known as the e-visa. This means that they no longer need to go through the hassles of going to the Vietnam embassy to get their visa.

📣📣📣The Vietnamese government is still suspending entry into Vietnam to all foreigners, including people with a Vietnamese visa exemption certificate. Only Vietnamese nationals, foreigners on diplomatic or official business, and highly skilled workers are allowed to enter the country at this time.

Vietnam’s immigration offices reopened 23 April 2020, foreigners in Vietnam now can apply for visa extension and visa renewal normally. On 13 May 2020, Vietnam has approved the reopening of sub-border gates and border crossings in Lang Son and Quang Ninh provinces connecting with China to ease trade between the two countries.