What is the advantage of the Vietnam loose-leaf visa?
Applying for a loose-leaf visa is convenient and fast, especially in case of a rush visa. You can also save on mailing and other costs. We do not require your actual passport. Just email us a copy of your current passport, picture, travel date, and your shipping address. Follow the simple steps to apply for the loose-leaf visa on our website, https://vietnamvisaandtravel.com/vietnam-loose-leaf-visa/Read More
What is different between a regular visa and a loose-leaf visa?
Vietnam government currently issues 2 forms of visas. Regular visa (so called visa sticker) is a visa that is glued in a page of your passport. Loose-leaf visa (also called a paper visa) is a 5x7in-size visa card that carries your photo, name, date of birth, passport number, nationality, and the duration of time you are granted to stay in Vietnam. Both these visa forms are the same valid and same fee.Read More
Who needs visa to Vietnam?
Citizens of ASEAN countries (Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Myanmar, Cambodia, Brunei and Laos) do not require a Vietnam visa to visit Vietnam if the stay is less than 30 days. Citizens of Korea, Japan & Scandinavian countries (Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Finland) do not require a Vietnam visa to visit Vietnam if the stay is less than 15 days. All others are required to obtain a Vietnam visa to enter Vietnam.Read More
What is a visa?
A visa is a document which gives someone permission to travel into a specific country and stay there for a set period of time. In general, visas are stamped or glued directly into a passport whereas some are separate document (so called loose-leaf visa) to be carried with the passport. Travers must apply for a visa before attempting to travel to a specific country unless their countries have reciprocal agreement to waive visa requirement.Read More
Every year, millions of Americans travel to Vietnam and China. The first requirement is that they must have a visa. Unfortunately, obtaining a visa is not always easy. It takes time and could be quite frustrating at times.Read More