Vietnam is a hub of many natural picturesque landscapes and beautiful cave for the travelers to visit and enjoy the time in the country. Many travelers face difficulties when they search for a visa to apply to visit Vietnam.
Traveling with family is always fun. But the part where the parents have to get the passport and visa ready for their children is a task full of hassle. This task has been made easy by the Vietnamese government. The Vietnam visa for children is no more a problem or fatigue for the parents.
Children who have their own passport should apply for Vietnam e-visa as adult, parents or their guardians can make Vietnam e-visa application for their children on their behalf.
Children sharing passport with their parents should be included in same e-visa application with their parents and they must travel with parents.
If you are the nation amongst the eighty-one countries that are allowed to have a Vietnam e-visa, then all you need to do is fill the online application form for your e-visa in which the applicant will mention their children’s details also together with them. The Vietnam visa for children will be ready as part of the e-visa of the parents or legal guardians.
Those are the lucky nationals who are allowed to enter visa-free in Vietnam. There is no need for a Vietnam visa for children for the nationals of countries like the UK, Indonesia, Germany, France, New Zealand, and Chile, etc. Please check Vietnam visa requirement.
All children under the age of fourteen and do not have passports can easily travel on the behalf of their parents’ e-visa. Not to mention, the guardians of these children will require to present a photo of their children when they apply for the Vietnam visa for children.
On the contrary, the children under the age of fourteen and above the age of fourteen who have passports will require a separate Vietnam visa for the children. Let that visa be an e-visa or any other type of visa. For this, the parents are required to fill a separate online application in case of an e-visa or visa on arrival.
The online form for a visa requires the parents to fill in the correct and adequate information of their children. The applicants here are requested to type all the information very carefully as no one wants to put their children in fatigue once they arrive at the Vietnam International Airport.
When it comes to the email address and the debit card or credit card, the parents can pay the fees of the Vietnam visa for children at that time on behalf of children. Also, if the children do not have their own email address, the parents or the guardians can type in their email address where the e-visa or the approval letter of the Vietnam visa for children will be sent by the immigration department of Vietnam.
Children who sharing passport with their parents will share same visa with their parents – please do not forget to include your children information for your e-visa application. But if the child has a passport, make sure it is valid for six months right from the time of the traveling. The visa requirements are the same as that of a parent applying online for the e-visa of Vietnam. The parents are advised to enter all the information of the children for their visa application correctly to avoid any eleventh-hour surprises once they reach the Vietnam International airport. Additionally, the photo of the child (minor) is also required together with a scan of the biological page information of the passport. The dates of traveling and the personal information of the child is also to be typed in the application.
The online application of Vietnam e-visa allows the child to visit Vietnam without the hassle of visiting the embassy. The whole process takes only a few minutes to end. The e-visa is then emailed by the immigration department of Vietnam to the applicant. The applicant is required to take a print of the e-visa and present it to the immigration counter at their arrival at the Vietnam International Airport.
The e-visa eases the traveler from a lot of fatigue, but the applicant should be careful with all the necessary documents that are to be submitted while they apply for the Vietnam visa for children. It is also advised to the traveler to take a copy of the e-visa and carry them when they travel in Vietnam all the time. The visa allows the applicant to stay in Vietnam for thirty days.
Once the process is complete, the travelers are free to enter Vietnam via their e-visa. The purpose of entry can be tourism, business, or visiting relatives.
The Chinese nationals can face difficulties in obtaining Vietnam e-visa because of the controversy on their microchipped passports (passport with nine dash line map). The Chinese e-passport holders are now required to apply for Vietnam visa individually via a different process for application (visa at the embassy or visa on arrival).
Vietnam transit visa is the document that allows travelers to enter Vietnam while they move to another country after waiting in Vietnam for a short time. This visa is only for travelers who wish to stay in Vietnam for a brief time, say a few hours or a day to reach their final destination.