Being the neighboring country of China and endowed with numerous magnificent landscapes, Vietnam is often a next destination after China of many travelers or a destination of many Chinese passport holders.
What’s with Vietnam visa from China? This post will deal with this issue in details.
If you are Chinese and traveling to Vietnam from your China mainland, please apply for Vietnam visa at a local embassy;
If you are travelers or residents of China whose nationalities are included in the Vietnam visa exemption list, then ignore Vietnam visa as it is not required.
Otherwise, Chinese flying to Vietnam from places other than China mainland, and others not benefited from visa exemption, flying to Vietnam from China or other places can apply online for Vietnam visa on arrival in China the following simple steps:
Step 1: Complete online form for visa approval letter
In this step, you will need to fill out the online form for a visa approval letter. No document is required. Just provide us with following information:
- Contact information: name, email and phone number;
- Visa information: purpose of visit, visa type, visa validity;
- Applicant’s details: full name, nationality, gender, birth of date, passport number and expiry date.
That’s all for step 1 to get visa on arrival to Vietnam.
Step 2: Pay for service fee
This step for you to finish your work. The payment can be made online via paypal, onepay, western union with your credit cards.
It’s all your part, and we will take it from now.
Step 3: Get visa approval letter
After receiving your application, we will work with the Vietnam Immigration department to process your visa approval letter and send it to your registered email within 2 working days (for tourist visa) or quicker as you request.
Together with the letter, you also receive the Vietnamese visa application form (also known as entry and exit form) and detailed guided to get visa stamped upon arrival at Vietnam airport.
You then print them out, fill out the Vietnamese visa application form, prepare 2 passport-sized photos and wait for your travel to Vietnam. If you forget completing the form, you can do on your flight.
Step 4: Get visa stamped
At your departure airport, please show your original passport and the visa approval letter to get on board.
And then, upon arrival at Vietnam airport, you need to head to the visa on arrival counter (also landing visa counter), show your original passport, visa approval letter, completed Vietnamese visa application form, photos and stamping fee (US $25 for a single entry visa or US $50 for a 1 or 3-month multiple entry visa) to complete the visa procedure.
So, that’s all for a process of visa on arrival to Vietnam for Chinese passport holders flying to Vietnam from a place other than China Mainland or others flying to Vietnam from China as well as any other places.
Should you need any further information, please feel free to let us know. Our Vietnam is waiting for you!