Hassle-Free Vietnam E-Visa Service

Let Us Handle The Boring Stuff!

Entering Vietnam is easy when you have a Visa Expert on your side. Take the stress out of planning your Halong Bay vacation and let us do the boring paperwork.

With over 80 countries in Vietnam’s special E-visa program, your application is simple.

Frequently Asked Questions About Vietnam E-Visa

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Having a Vietnam visa is now much easier with Vietnam eVisa. // Photo by Vietnam Embassy, Madrid, Spain

What Is A Vietnam E-visa?

An electronic visa (E-visa) is a kind of travel document granted by the Vietnamese Immigration Department via an electronic system that provides permission to travel to and enter Vietnam.

How Long Does It Take To Process My E-visa?

Your application will be processed in 3 working days; if we require any missing information then you will be notified and processing times may be extended.

What Photos Are Required For The Application?

Two photos of the applicant must be uploaded:
– Portrait photo (4x6cm): Looking straight and without glasses.
– Passport data page: Full page including photo, personal information, and ICAO lines.

If I Use My E-visa To Enter/Exit Vietnam, What Do I Have To Do?

E-Visa holders must present the printed e-Visa and valid passport at the checkpoint, border, or port upon entry and exit.

What Are The Conditions Of The E-visa?

A Vietnam E-visa is valid for a maximum of 30 days and provides single entry from a number of

Do I Need To Enter Vietnam On The Exact Date Specified In My E-visa Application?

The validity period of your e-Visa begins from the date specified in your approved e-Visa document. You can enter Vietnam on any date within this validity period.

What Happens If My Application Is Refused?

E-visa fee is paid via an electronic payment gateway as prescribed by the Immigration Department. In the unlikely event that your application is not successful, the fee will not be refunded if the application is refused.

What Is The Minimum Passport Expiry Date Required To Apply For An E-visa?

According to Vietnam Law, the visa expiry date must be at least 30 days before the passport expiry date. Therefore, an e-Visa expiry date must also be at least 30 days before the passport expiry date.