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Visa For Vietnam

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As one who feels like most countries travel visa process is in a pain in the …. I was pleasantly surprised by the ease and efficiency of the Vietnam Visa On Arrival program. From online I selected a Vietnam Visa service (Google MyVietnamVisa), paid about a US$40 fee and in a few days received my visa approval letter by email.

Upon arrival in Hanoi it was about a twenty minute process time to get my single entry up to 30 day stay visa for US$25. You'll need a passport type photo but if you don't have one they will take your picture for an extra US$2. Visa payment must be made in cash but the whole process sure beats standing in line at an embassy.

Maybe other countries should take notice of how Vietnam makes the visa process so easy.

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