Vietnam On Arrival Visa Is Now Available For Venezuelan Residents Who Want To Pay A Visit To Vietnam

Venezuela and Vietnam formally recognized diplomatic relations in December 1989. Nevertheless, the citizens of both nations have helped one another for a whole lot longer. Vietnam’s wish to enhance the bilateral associations was outlined by the opening of a Vietnam Embassy in Caracas in 2005.

October 18, 2017 / / —

In an effort to attract more investors and visitors from Venezuela to travel to Vietnam, the Vietnamese Federal government authorized a regulation that allows Venezuelan citizens to obtain Vietnam visa thanks to the accessibility of Vietnam on arrival visa. Today, apart from the conventional technique that is acquiring visa at the Embassy of Vietnam, Venezuelans may choose to make a Vietnam visa on arrival application (VOA) by hiring a travel agency in Vietnam such as Green visa.

Visa on arrival for Vietnam was initially designed to support the people who are residing far away from the Vietnam Embassy or in nations without the embassy to obtain visa easily. This is the best alternate choice for Venezuelan inhabitants who want to get themselves a Vietnam visa. Instead of following a lengthy and dull procedure of getting visa at Vietnam Embassy, people only have to fill out a web-based application form and pay the fee for their visa to be processed.

Based on the National Ordinance number 24/2000/PL-UBTVQH10 of Entry, Exit and Residence, visa for Vietnam on arrival can be issued by a travel company in Vietnam only. The Embassy of Vietnam cannot issue for this kind of visa. As a result, Venezuelan people are recommended to select a prestigious company which is able to manage the whole process with the Immigration Authorities to get Vietnam visa for them.

To be able to obtain a VOA Vietnam, the very first thing Venezuelan passport holders must do is to complete an application form on the Internet (Through Greenvisa.io website) and then choose the visa option they wish to possess. Travelers should bear in mind that it is very important for them to enter their information precisely since any adjustment after they submit the form will definitely cost them money.

When visitors pay the service fee and receive confirmation through their e-mail, they will wait for about two days for the company they chose to process their Vietnam approval letter. Once the progress is completely done, the agency will scan their Vietnam letter of approval and send to their provided e-mail. Moreover, Venezuelan residents can check if there is any error in the letter as they can see it directly on their phone. Lastly, once they get to one of the four international airports in Vietnam, Venezuelan residents will need to present this document in paper. In addition, they have to prepare some items relating to the visa stamping fee and two colored pictures that have passport size, people can check the photo size requirement at here.

Nevertheless, if Venezuelans choose to apply for a Vietnam visa at the Embassy, there are several essential things they must keep in mind. One of them is the fact that every required document must be posted all at one to the Embassy of Vietnam. The embassy will have the right to rejected visitor’s application if they do not fulfill any of the requirements. Moreover, the charge for the stamping fee at Vietnam Embassy is nonrefundable. In some circumstances, the visa submission could be extended or declined by the embassy. For that reason, Venezuelan passport holders are advised to wait until they get their visa before booking any plane ticket since the Embassy of Vietnam will not take any responsibility if their visa application is rejected and they cannot board the airplane.

For more information on how to get Vietnam visa for Venezuelans at the embassy, travelers may use the info below to seek help from the Embassy of Vietnam in Caracas.

• City: Caracas
• Address: 9na Transversal, Entre 6ta y 7ma Avenidas, Quinta Las Mercedes, Altamira, Chacao 1060-025 D.F, Caracas, Venezuela
• Phone: (+58) 212-63574
• Fax: (+58) 212-26473
• Email: embavive@yahoo.com.vn
• Office hour: Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday: 9.00a.m - 12.00p.m

In case Venezuelan want to apply visa online in a legal and faster approach, please click here to see.

Contact Info:
Name: William S. Looney
Email: Send Email
Organization: Green Travel Universal CO., LTD.
Phone: +18882381966

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