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Visa for Vietnam for Canadians

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I thought I would just post that when I was in Vancouver yesterday I popped by the Vietnam Consulate to clarify some information. I just could not make a lot of sense of the web site and could not find a price anywhere.
What the young woman told me is that for Canadians we can go to the Consulate office in Vancouver, or mail the documents to them on Robson Street, and in three business days you will have your visa.

You will need to drop off a passport picture, short one page visa application form which is on line, your passport and $100 CAD for a single entry one month max.

If you can't return to pick up the passport, and want the passport mailed back you can. I don't live in Vancouver so I will drop it off and then enclose a fed ex envelope, prepaid to have it mailed back. Should take around a week maybe a bit more all together.

I can't find where else in Canada where they have Consulate offices, but Vancouver is closest to me.
I can get the visa any time she said, the one month starts the day I enter Vietnam, unlike other visas I have gotten where it starts the day you get it.
So this is not the letter for visa on arrival, this is the actual visa.

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