With the rapidly improving tourism in Vietnam, citizens of Taiwan need a visa to enter Vietnam. As a tourist, you might have questions about the validity period and price regulations about your tourist visa before arrival.
You are a Taiwanese citizen, and you want to travel to Vietnam. However, the place where you live is too far away from the Vietnamese consulate in Taiwan or is abroad, so it is not convenient to go to the embassy to apply.
Fortunately, there is another way to apply for a visa in addition to going to the consulate. Below is some Vietnam visa advice we want to provide you when applying for visas to Vietnam.
Vietnam visa on arrival is one of the types of Vietnam visas and is a very convenient visa:
– Step 1: Fill in a visa online application on our website (requires the correct date of your arrival in Vietnam and the name of Vietnam International Airport). Please don’t forget to check your information again and again. Waiting until the airport found the information is wrong, it was troublesome at that time; if the information is incorrect, the flight company staff will not let you board the plane. After completing the payment, the visa service fee will be paid. After the application is successful, we will send you an e-mail to inform you of the successful payment.
– Step 2: Within two working days, you will receive a Vietnam visa approval letter e-mail (also check if the personal information is correct) and the Vietnam application form (Entry/Exit form) to print them over…
– Step 3: Prepare your original passport, two passport photos, a copy of the visa approval letter, a completed form NA1, and US dollars in cash (US$) to pay for the visa stamped fee.
– Step 4: Upon arrival at the Vietnam airport, you will see the Visa Office or the Visa Office. You can get a visa by giving all the prepared articles and money to them.
You can’t get a Vietnamese airport entry visa without applying online. Many individuals believe they can apply for a visa straight at Vietnam airports without registering online. It’s not true. If you do not apply for a visa in advance on the Internet, there is no approval letter (this letter can prove that you can get a permission at Vietnam International Airport) and the flight company’s personnel will deny you access to the aircraft.
The visa on arrival is only applicable to the seven major international airports in Vietnam such as Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City, Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi city, Da Nang International Airport in Da Nang city, Cam Ranh International Airport near Nha Trang City, Lien Khuong International Airport in Da Lat city and Phu Quoc International Airport in Phu Quoc Island.
Many applicants fill in the application form online with the wrong details such as the full name on the passport, passport number, or date of birth. This problem is very serious in the case of a visa on arrival in Vietnam. Because the information of the approved letter does not match the passport, you will be rejected by the airline. So, make sure you enter all the information correctly and carefully.
Many people think that visas will be valid from the date they enter Vietnam, not from the date they apply for a visa it’s not true. The visa will be valid from the date you apply for the visa, NOT the date of your entry. So, before you go to Vietnam, you must make sure when to enter. Take it for an example:
Vietnam visa is required for all Taiwanese citizens. Taiwanese citizens are NOT eligible for e-visa.
So, you’re all set with your flight, visa on arrival invitation letter in hand (See My Vietnam Visa blog) and bags packed. However, you still have the pre-travel gitters, the nerves are kicking in.