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Pre-approved visa entry Vietnam


I am enquiring about a Pre-approved visa entry. Your web site indicates that you may be able to assist.

I need to make a short visit to Vietnam from 1 to 12 July 2012.  What would I need to do to obtain the Pre-approved visa entry? Can you assist? If so what will I need to provide and what is the cost?


You can apply on website: cheap vietnam visa

You enter your information: Name, date of birth, Gender, Nationality, Passport number, Type of visa, Arrival date.

Service fee please check

If you apply 1 month single , you have to pay $10 service fee.

Thank you,

Do you now how much we (Australian) have to pay to travel to Vietnam (Visa fees) for single and multiple entry ?


Do you now how much we (Australian) have to pay to travel to Vietnam (Visa fees) for single and multiple entry ?

We plan to visit Vietnam, but can not find any information about the Visa cost.


You can apply visa on arrival at cheap Vietnam visa

Best price: 1 month single 8$, 1 month multiple 13$, 3 months single 21$, 3 months multiple 25$.


Visa to Vietnam
No matter which way of access you choose, a Vietnamese entry visa is required for all foreigners, except for citizens of countries having bilateral agreements on visa exemption with Vietnam.

Types of visa to Vietnam
Diplomatic and official visa:
No fees unless otherwise agreed upon between Vietnam and applicant’s country. On applying this visa, you must submit an official letter from the concerned agencies of local government, foreign embassies or consulates accredited to the country, international organizations, or other accredited organizations based in that country. Business visa:
On applying this visa, you should obtain an approval through your sponsor in Vietnam. It’s generally much easier to apply once in Vietnam. Multiple entry and stay of three-month or six-month is possible. Tourist visa: (short staying time) It’s what you need to enter Vietnam!
Available one-month single-entry visa (maximum stay in Vietnam of one month). Tourist visa may be extended one time for 30 days after your arrival in Vietnam.
If you plan to spend more than a month in Vietnam, or if you plan to exit Vietnam and re-enter from Cambodia, Laos or China, you will need a three-month multiple-entry visa with the approval from local agents.
How to apply visa to Vietnam
You can either apply yourself at Vietnamese embassies or consulates in your country or have a local travel agent (your sponsor) to do a part or full its procedure.

By yourself:

Required documentations:
you have to submit: passport of six months’ validity, visa application forms, and probably some others required by Vietnamese embassy or consulates in your country. Visa forms are available by getting directly or by mail with a stamped, self-addressed envelope addressed to their Visa section. Request by email is perhaps acceptable (in some cases).
See Visa application form and list of Vietnamese Embassies and Consulates abroad (also available Foreign Embassies and Consulates in Vietnam). Time:
processing tourist visa application typically takes four or five working days. Cost:
fees vary from embassy to embassy; about $50 in Bangkok and $85 in Washington, for example. By local agent:

Provide two types of visa services: Visa Application letter and Full-packaged service (on-arrival visa). Please refer to the Detailed visa procedure and services for more information.

Welcome to Vietnam, friends,
Here’s a list of visa fees to Vietnam ( get visa at embassy) :
– Single entry visa is 25 USD.
– Multiple entry less than 1 month : 40 USD.
– Multiple entry less than 6 months : 70 USD.
– Multiple entry from 6 months to 1 year : 100 USD.

On Arrival Visa Vietnam exist? Obtain Vietnam visa from Singapore or Kuala Lumpur


Hello, Please advise if an on arrival visa exists for Vietnam? If not would we be able to obtain a visa from Singapore or KL? As we will be in Malaysia before we head over to Vietnam.




Dear Mark,

Thank you for contacting us!

Please be advised that the current Vietnam Immigration law allows people entering Vietnam as foreigners by air to get Vietnam visa upon arrival. To get Vietnam visa on arrival, you are firstly to obtain a Vietnam visa approval letter issued by the Immigration Department in Vietnam.

You can start the visa application at cheap Vietnam visa and do as guidance. It takes 2 working days to get the letter finished. For those who are in rush for Vietnam visa, an emergency Vietnam visa is recommended.

From Singapore or Kuala Lumpur, you can also come directly to Vietnam Embassy there and apply forVietnam visa yourselves. However, as this way is time consuming, it is recommended for those who enter Vietnam via land or sea. For air travelers, visa on arrival is available and it is much more convenient.

For Vietnam visa support, just contact or call +84-1666 224 888

Best and cheapest way to get a visa for Vietnam from Thailand?


Hi there, I will be arriving in Vietnam on the 1st June. I will be coming from Thailand probably by plane.

I have looked online but am still quite confused over how to get a visa. I will be staying for 3 weeks. I know I need to give the exact exit dates and will have that soon.

What is the cheapest and best way to get a visa? And do you know the cost roughly?




Hi Tony:
If you stay here 3 weeks, you don’t need the exit date, but you need to have a entry date into Vietnam. So that you can get your approval letter from immigration office. Once you get your letter, you can pick up your visa when you arrive in Vietnam. (Stamp fee for picking up your 1 month single entry visa is $25 usd.) The cost for getting a 1 month single entry visa approval letter is about $8 USD.
It is a simple process. Drop me a email, I’ll be more than glad to assist you.



You have two choices. VOA, that’s visa on arrival. this can be done on line through several different company’s. I have used cheap Vietnam visa and had no problems. They will provide you with a letter to immigration and you just go to the counter and pick up your visa.

Or… You can just go by the Vietnamese Embassy in Bangkok and get your visa directly. Probably cheaper this way.

Oh, you could also go by most travel agents in Thailand and they will provide a Visa for you as well. That’s probably the easiest.
A one month Visa is very inexpensive. Usually $25 from the embassy and more for service fees from the online services and the travel agents.