A. Vietnam Business Visa On Arrival
You can get a Vietnam business visa for long-term stay in Vietnam easily and renew it if you’re sponsored by a company.
Vietnam Business Visa Overview
Foreign travelers coming to Vietnam to conduct temporary business, for example business meetings and consultations, attending conventions and conferences, or negotiating contracts, need business visa unless they qualify for entry under the visa exemption program.
Those who come to Vietnam to find a place to live or visit potential schools for their children or to find new business opportunities can apply for a tourist visa for a stay of up to 90 days with a single-entry or multiple-entry permit. Longer stays require a business visa.
The Vietnam business visa allows for single entry or multiple entries and lasts for up to one year.
How and where to apply for a Vietnam business visa?
If you plan to apply for a business visa through a Vietnamese Embassy/Consulate, firstly you need to get an official entry clearance from your sponsor, usually, your employer then obtains an approval letter from the Vietnamese Immigration Department through your sponsor/ business partner in Vietnam.
1. Apply for a Vietnam business visa on arrival through our legitimate website.
Before your arrival to Vietnam, you must apply for a visa on arrival letter issued by the Immigration Department (Ministry of Public Security). With this letter, you can get an actual visa at Vietnam International Airport (Hanoi, Danang, Nha Trang, Ho Chi Minh City).
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1.1- HOW TO APPLY FOR A VIETNAM BUSINESS VISA ON ARRIVAL?
A valid passport with at least six months validity remaining and with at least 2 blank pages, is required to apply for a Vietnam business visa.
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There are 4 steps to applying for a Vietnam business visa as follows:
1– Submit your application form online and email us a scanned copy of the passport’s data page (the page contains your personal data).
2– Pay the processing fees with our secured payment system.
3– Receive an approval letter (normal processing: 2 business days for a 3-month single visa, 3-5 business days for 3 months multiple, 6 months, and 1-year visa) & the Vietnamese visa application form by email (fill in advance to save time at the airport).
4– On arrival at Vietnam airport, head to the “Visa on Arrival or Landing Visa” counter, submit your passport, a print-out of the approval letter, and a full-filled Vietnamese visa application form with one passport-size photo affixed on the form (photos depend on the country of residence and it can be 4×6 cm or 2×2 inches) and pay US$ cash to the Immigration Officer for the stamp fee to collect the visa. The actual visa shall be granted after the immigration unit completes checking the applicant’s information and letter of visa approval. Then you will go through passport control at the exit.
+ The stamp fee must be paid in cash and can be paid either in US Dollars or in Vietnam Dong. So, make sure to carry some US Dollars/ Vietnam Dong with you. There will not be any ATMs in the Landing Visa area.
+ Children over 14 years of age sharing passports with others must fill in a separate Vietnamese visa application form.
+ If applying for a Vietnam business visa through the embassy, business travelers will need to submit a sponsorship letter from a licensed Vietnamese company. This letter can come from your trade partner or your employer.
1.2- VIETNAM BUSINESS VISA ON ARRIVAL FEE.
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B. Vietnam Business Visa At The Embassy
Those who prefer not to stand waiting to get a visa on arrival at the airport can get a visa stamped at the Vietnamese Embassy/Consulate in their home country. They can apply directly to the relevant Vietnamese Embassy/ Consulate, or it can speed up the visa process at the Vietnamese Embassy/ Consulate with our visa approval code.
How to apply for a Vietnam business visa at the Embassy?
1. VIETNAM BUSINESS VISA APPROVAL CODE – GET YOUR VIETNAM BUSINESS VISA AT THE EMBASSY/ CONSULATE.
The Visa approval code is applicable for those who do not wish to get a Vietnam visa stamped at Vietnam airport for certain reasons. It is also a good option for those who arrive in Vietnam by land border crossing or by sea. It can speed up the visa process at the Vietnamese Embassy or consulate with our visa approval code.
You can either pick up your visa at the Vietnamese embassy or consulate in your home country or in Laos, Cambodia when you travel near to land border for Vietnam.
What is the Vietnam Visa approval code?
Visa Approval Code is the document approved by the Vietnamese Immigration Department for a foreigner to get an Entry Visa stamped at the Vietnamese Embassy/Consulate in their country. It allows you to avoid procedural delays which sometimes happen with visa approvals at embassies outside Vietnam. This type of visa is the fast way for travelers to enter Vietnam by land or by sea.
How to apply for a Vietnam business visa approval code to get a visa stamped at the Vietnamese Embassy/Consulate in your home country?
There are 4 steps to apply for a Vietnam business visa approval code as follows:
1– Submit your application form online and email us a scanned copy of the passport’s data page (the page contains your personal data). You must indicate clearly the location of the Vietnamese Embassy/ Consulate where you want to pick up your visa (this can’t be changed after your visa has been approved).
2– Pay the processing fees with our secured payment system.
3– Receive an approval letter with the reference number (also called approval code) by email (normal processing: 2 business days for the 3-month single visa; 3-5 business days for a 3-month multiple, 6-month, and 1-year visa).
4– Send the following documents to the Embassy by post or in person:
+ A fully filled application form: the form is available for download at the official website of the embassies. The completed form must be printed out, signed, and attached with 01 photo (passport size 2×2 inches). The application form can be filled out at the Embassy if applying in person.
+ A valid and original passport with at least six months validity remaining;
+ A return self-addressed prepaid envelope for the applicant if applying by post;
+ A print-out of the Approval Letter from Vietnamese immigration;
+ Visa fee (stamp fee): depend on the type of visa you apply for, the duration of your stay, the number of intended entries, and the purpose of your trip. Please contact the Consular Section of the Embassy for details.
Processing time takes 2-3 business days. A Vietnam business visa sticker will be placed into your passport/travel document and returned to you.
After arrival, head straight to passport control.
– The Embassy will be closed on Saturday, Sunday, and holidays.
– The applicant is responsible for checking accurate information on visas being issued by the Embassy. In case of mistakes, please contact the Embassy immediately for correction. Otherwise, the applicant is fully responsible for the mistakes.
How much is the application fee for a Vietnam business visa approval code?
Application fee for Visa approval code: Please add more 2 USD/ person to the quote of the Vietnam BUSINESS visa on arrival fee as we need to fax a copy of the visa approval letter to the Vietnamese Embassy where you are supposed to pick up the visa.
2. APPLYING FOR A VIETNAM BUSINESS VISA DIRECTLY TO THE EMBASSY.
If you wish to apply directly to the relevant embassy, please consult their official website for guidelines on how and where to apply, application forms, and for information on their fees. In most cases, embassies charge a fee for issuing visas, although this may occasionally be waived due to reciprocal or bilateral governmental agreements.
The requirements of a business visa may be slightly various from embassy to embassy. For sure you need to get an official entry clearance from your sponsor, usually, your employer then obtains an approval letter from the Vietnamese Immigration Department through your sponsor/ business partner in Vietnam.
The following steps can be useful for your preparation:
Step 1: Inform your business partner/sponsor of the following details:
– Full name: as stated in your passport;
– Date and place of birth;
– Nationality (previous and present);
– Passport number and type, dates of issue, and expiry of the passport;
– Proposed dates of entry into and exit from Vietnam: must be clearly clarified (the visa will be valid from the date of arrival you put on the Application Form). In case you apply for a multiple entries visa, you must write down the date of your first entry and the date of the last exit ;
– Type of visa requires (single/double/multiple);
– The Vietnamese mission from where the applicant would collect the visa.
Step 2: The Vietnamese sponsor/business partner in Vietnam has to prepare documents and apply visa for you at the Vietnamese Immigration in Vietnam (it takes at least 5 working days or more from the date of submission of all required documents).
Step 3: After receiving Vietnamese Immigration’s Approval Letter from your Vietnamese sponsor/business partner, please send it by post or in person to the Embassy:
– A fully filled application form (available to download on the Embassy’s official website) with a passport-size photo affixed to the Form.
– A valid and original passport with at least six months validity remaining;
– A return self-addressed prepaid envelope for the applicant if applying by post;
– A print-out of the Approval Letter of Vietnamese immigration;
– Visa fees: depend on the type of visa you apply for, the duration of your stay, the number of intended entries, and the purpose of your trip. Please contact the Consular Section of the Embassy for details.
If the purpose of your trip is a commercial one (taking part in a conference or trade fair, meeting with a business partner, etc.,) if you submit the invitation letter by your business partner in Vietnam or your country-based company’s covering letter, you can skip the Step 2 (i.e you do not need approval letter for the Vietnamese immigration).
Processing Time: Five business days are required to process visa applications with approval. Expedited processing will take one to two business days after the Embassy receives the application (additional fee required).
– The Embassy will be closed on Saturday, Sunday, and holidays.
– The applicant is responsible for checking accurate information on the visa being issued by the Embassy. In case of mistakes, please contact the Embassy immediately for correction. Otherwise, the applicant is fully responsible for the mistakes.
In fact, the regulations tend to change at a fast pace in Vietnam, and as a result governmental information can be conflicting or outdated.