Vietnam's e-Visa is one of several visa types offered by the Vietnam Immigration Department to foreigners entering the country. Vietnam’s e-Visa is valid for 30 days, and single entry only. The visa costs 25USD plus one dollar for card payments. It requires three full working days to process. As of December 2017, Vietnam's e-Visa is available to nationals of 46 countries.
Before applying, make sure your nationality is one of those approved for Vietnam’s e-Visa:
Vietnam e-Visa Requirements:
Be sure to save your registration number – you will need it to check and download your visa later on.
After applying for your e-Visa online, you’ll need to wait three working days for your visa to be released. After three days, you may search for your visa at this link.
Enter your registration code, email, and date of birth to gain access to your visa. Download the .pdf file and print your e-Visa in two copies for safety when travelling. If three working days have passed and your visa is still unavailable, email Vietnam's e-Visa Support at this page.
Your e-Visa is valid for entry at any of 28 international checkpoints within the country, including eight international airports. For the full list of airports, seaports and border crossings where the e-Visa is accepted, please click here.
Upon arrival in Vietnam, submit your passport and your printed e-Visa at the immigration counter.
Be sure to keep your printed e-Visa to show on departure as well.
- Can I get an extension on my 30-day e-Visa?
Yes, but this can only be done from within Vietnam.
- Can I enter Vietnam after the entry date on my application?
Your visa is valid from the start to end dates specified. You can enter the country any time within those dates.
- Do I need to queue at the Visa on Arrival counter in Vietnam?
You do not need to queue at Visa on Arrival counters. You can bring your printed e-Visa and passport directly to the immigration counter.