June 25, 2023
Vietnam e-visa

Vietnam Grants 90-Day Validity to E-Visas Starting August 15, 2023

The Vietnamese National Assembly (NA) recently granted approval to extend visitor e-visas’ validity for foreigners entering Vietnam from 30 to 90 days and allow multiple entries. This update, which will take effect on August 15, 2023, is expected to make it easier for foreign visitors to explore the country and learn more about its culture and heritage.

The new rule will apply to citizens of 80 countries and territories currently eligible for the e-visa scheme, including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Australia, and more. The e-visa allows foreign travelers to stay in Vietnam for up to 90 days. Depending on their visit’s purpose, travelers can apply for a single entry or multiple entries. See Nationals who are eligible for Vietnam e-visa

The extended period of 90 days will provide foreign travelers more flexibility and convenience when planning their trips to Vietnam. Visitors will have more time to explore the country’s rich culture, heritage, and natural beauty. The new rule also opens up opportunities for business visitors to conduct meetings and other activities that require a longer stay in the country.

The Vietnamese government also hopes that the extended validity period for e-visas will help boost tourism in the country. This could create jobs and generate more revenue for the economy.

The update to the e-visa scheme is a positive step towards making it easier for foreigners to visit Vietnam. It is expected to boost the country’s tourism industry and open opportunities for international visitors. The new rule will take effect on August 15, 2023, so plan your trip to Vietnam now and experience the country’s rich culture and heritage.

Vietnam Extends Visa-Free Stays to 45 Days for Visitors from Select Countries

Vietnam has recently announced the approval of the revised Vietnam Immigration Law, which allows citizens of countries subject to Vietnam’s unilateral visa exemption to stay in the country for up to 45 days without needing a visa. This new policy will come into effect on August 15, 2023.

Vietnam VOA open

Dear Valued Customers, We are happy to inform you that visa on arrival (VoA) is now open. You are welcome to Vietnam.

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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.