Are you looking for location of Vietnam embassy in Brazil 🇧🇷? Please see below for information of Embassy of Vietnam in Brasilia, Brazil Address: SHIS QI 9, Conj.10 Casa 1, Lago Sul Brasilia/DF – CEP: 71.
We would like to inform you that Brazil passport holders are required Vietnam visas to enter Vietnam.
As a Brazilian, there are 2 ways for you to choose to get a Vietnam visa:
You can contact the Vietnam embassy in Brazil by coming in person and you will be instructed step by step on how to apply for a Vietnam visa there. By this way, you have to come directly to the Vietnam embassy at least two times. The first time you come there is to submit required documents and the second one coming there is to get your Vietnam visa.
We are pleased to give you the contact information of the Vietnam embassy in Brazil as below so that you can contact easier:
Embassy of Vietnam in Brasilia, Brazil 🇧🇷
Working time : Monday – Friday: 9.00 am – 5.00 pm (The Embassy of Vietnam will be closed on the public holidays of both Vietnam and Brazil).
In case you are not living in Brazil, here is the list of Vietnam embassy for you to choose.
Regarding apply online to obtain a visa approval letter to pick up visa at a Vietnam international airport, there are 3 options based on the purpose of your visit:
– Access our website www.vietnamimmigration.org to fill in the online application form.
– Make payment for us (service fee) as per instructions.
– Obtain your visa approval letter via our email.
If you still can’t receive any approval letter within the required time, please let us know immediately via our email email@example.com
Apply online for electronic visa or Vietnam e-visa (30 days, single entry). Citizens of Brazil are eligible for Vietnam e-visa.
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The Vietnam e-Visa is an official Vietnamese visa that the Immigration Department of Vietnam would issue to citizens of more than 80 countries including Brazil. This document will allow a Brazilian citizen to enter the country and stay for 30 days.