Vietnam Visa On Arrival – A Trustworthy Service Of Green visa For Foreign Travelers To Obtain A Vietnam Visa

With the new visa policy, Vietnam government will easily control the number of foreigners entering the country. Simultaneously, this policy also allows travelers to obtain a visa with more ease in some different ways. One of the most convenient visa types that is recommended to be used is on arrival visa for Vietnam.

Visa on arrival (VOA) is an ideal method for those who cannot spend too much time traveling to the embassy to apply for a visa, especially for those whose country does not have the Embassy of Vietnam. When choosing Vietnam visa on arrival service, applicants just need to conduct all of the transactions on the internet. First of all, they are required to fill in the application form online with their accurate personal information. Then, the Green Travel Universal team who is a bridge between the Vietnam Immigration and the travelers will process their application form as well as deal with the authorities to apply for a visa on their behalf. Thanks to the internet-based application gateway, travelers now can save a lot of time and money instead of going through the boring procedure of the tradition method. Right after receiving the confirmation from the Vietnam Immigration Department, Greenvisa will automatically send visitors an email enclosed with Vietnam VOA approval letter which they need to check thoroughly prior to getting on board to avoid unforeseen problems.

As soon as landing the arrival airport, they need to bring this letter along with some relevant documents such as original passport with at least two empty pages, two photos taken within six months to the Vietnam visa on arrival counter and present them to the officers to get visa stamp. A minor drawback of this visa is that they have to wait in line for about half an hour or more to obtain the stamp. Reading mind of travelers, Greenvisa has been offerring fast track service which allows people to get the visa stamp without queuing up in order. Owing to this service, people who have their kids along, or anyone who does not want to line up for a long while can feel more relaxed and comfortable.

Furthermore, there are a lot of reasons that make Vietnam visa on arrival become more and more prevalent to foreign tourists. For instance, this type of visa is a legitimate and trustworthy service which was prescribed by Law No. 47/2014/QH13 on foreigners’ entry into, exit from, transit through and residence in Vietnam. Furthermore, the cost of this visa type is also relatively affordable compared to other methods of getting visa to Vietnam. Not only that, but a refund policy is also available in case their visa is rejected and the agencies do not have any solution to deal with this.

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