October 21, 2019
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Vietnam Visa exemption for Belarus

Citizens of Belarus will be exempted for 15 days of visas into Vietnam as from July 1, 2015.

Under a resolution just issued by the government, visitors from Belarus are allowed to enter and stay in Vietnam for up to 15 days without visas regardless of passport types and purpose of visit.

The policy will be effective for five years from July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2020.

Citizens of Belarus can enter and stay in Vietnam for 15 days of free Vietnam Visa. If they want to stay longer (more than 15 days), they need to apply Vietnam Visa. There are 2 ways to obtain a Vietnam Visa at present time: Apply Vietnam Visa from any embassy of Vietnam in the world or Apply Vietnam Visa online to get the Visa upon arrival.

Currently, Vietnam unilaterally exempts visas for citizens of Japan, the Republic of Korea, Finland, Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Russia. It bilaterally grants 30-day exemptions for citizens from nine out of the 10 ASEAN member states.

Email to info@vietnamimmigration.org for further information.

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