October 21, 2019
Visa tips

Updated list of country that allowed to apply for Vietnam e-Visa 2019

The E-visa Vietnam program allows foreign citizens of 80 eligible countries that hold a passport valid for at least two (2) months after arrival to Vietnam, to travel to and within the Socialist Republic of Vietnam for up to 30 consecutive days. It is electronically issued; a single entry visa that must be requested at least two (2) working days prior to the departure date.

LIST OF COUNTRY THAT ALLOWED VIETNAM E-VISA ISSUING

No.

ICAO

Nation

Notes

1 AND Andorra
2 ARG Argentina
3 ARM Armenia
4 AUS Australia
5 AUT Austria
6 AZE Azerbaijan
7 BLR Belarus Visa Exemption of 15 days
8 BEL Belgium
9 BIH Bosnia and Herzegovina
10 BRA Brazil
11 BRN Brunei Visa Exemption of 14 days
12 BGR Bulgaria
13 CAN Canada
14 CHL Chile Visa Exemption of 90 days
15 CHN China
(Including Hong Kong and Macau. 
Not apply for Chinese passport electronic passport – passport number starts with letter E)
16 COL Colombia
17 HRV Croatia
18 CUB Cuba
19 CYP Cyprus
20 CZE Czech Republic
21 DNK Denmark Visa Exemption of 15 days
22 EST Estonia
23 FJI Fiji
24 FIN Finland Visa Exemption of 15 days
25 FRA France Visa Exemption of 15 days
26 GEO Georgia
27 D Germany Visa Exemption of 15 days
28 GRC Greece
29 HUN Hungary
30 ISL Iceland
31 IND India
32 IRL Ireland
33 ITA Italy Visa Exemption of 15 days
34 JPN Japan Visa Exemption of 15 days
35 KAZ Kazakhstan
36 KOR Korea (South) Visa Exemption of 15 days
37 LVA Latvia
38 LIE Liechtenstein
39 LTU Lithuania
40 LUX Luxembourg
41 MKD Macedonia The former Yugoslav of
42 MLT Malta
43 MHL Marshall Islands
44 MEX Mexico
45 FSM Micronesia Federated States of
46 MDA Moldova
47 MCO Monaco
48 MNG Mongolia
49 MNE Montenegro
50 MMR Myanmar Visa Exemption of 14 days
51 NRU Nauru
52 NLD Netherland
53 NZL New Zealand
54 NOR Norway Visa Exemption of 15 days
55 PLW Palau
56 PAN Panama
57 PNG Papua New Guineaư
58 PER Peru
59 PHL Philippines Visa Exemption of 21 days
60 POL Poland
61 PRT Portugal
62 QAT Qatar
63 ROU Romania
64 RUS Russia Visa Exemption of 15 days
65 WSM Samoa
66 SMR San Marino
67 SRB Serbia
68 SVK Slovakia
69 SVN Slovenia
70 SLB Solomon Islands
71 ESP Spain Visa Exemption of 15 days
72 SWE Sweden Visa Exemption of 15 days
73 CHE Switzerland
74 TLS Timor Leste
75 ARE United Arab Emirates
76 GBR United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Visa Exemption of 15 days
77 USA United States of America
78 URY Uruguay
79 VUT Vanuatu
80 VEN Venezuela

 

>> Some countries are in the list of Vietnam Free Visa. Please check more information here: https://www.vietnamimmigration.org/vietnam-visa-waiver-program

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