Tourists visiting Vietnam for the first time might find the process of applying for visas complicated. Authorities have tried to simplify the process, but it somehow only added to the confusion.

Even though Vietnam has been successful in containing the Coronavirus outbreak, it still has not opened up to international tourists. The Vietnamese government is careful enough not to allow another wave of infections, such as the case in Da Nang recently.

The Director-General of Vietnam’s Civil Aviation Authority has revealed that it has proposed to the Ministry of Transport the resumption of flights to Japan and South Korea. Such a proposal recommends having eight flights per week in and out of the said countries.

Due to the unpredictable and complicated nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, Vietnam’s Health Ministry has put in place various initiatives to combat the spread of the disease. These measures have grown more stringent over time and are expected to change from time to time.

[Hanoi Aug 27, 2020] Vietnam’s Prime Minister has requested some relevant agencies in Vietnam to look into the possibility of reopening commercial routes to and from Japan, South Korea, and some other countries with a high safety rating. He further requested for Vietnam labor flights to be restarted, allowing Vietnamese locals to leave the country

The visa is one of the most important travel documents that you need to have when entering Vietnam for a holiday, business, or other purposes. There are a few nationalities that are eligible for visa-free entry into the country.

There are many instances when a foreigner living in Vietnam will need to request for a Vietnamese Judicial Certification. Also known as the police clearance certificate, this document will serve as proof of whether or not the person has been convicted of a crime while living in Vietnam.

Americans are among the top visitors of Vietnam. In order to invite more visitors from the US to visit, the Vietnam government has decided to offer a long-term visa for all visitors holding a US passport.

At some point, foreigners have to leave Vietnam for a variety of reasons. Some choose to depart due to the expiration of their visas, end of a work contract, desire to explore another country, or simply to reunite with their family and loved ones.

As a foreigner in Vietnam, your stay in the country is only limited to the validity period of your visa. For instance, if you’re holding a tourist visa with a 30-day validity period, this means your stay in the country cannot go beyond 30 days.

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