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Visa for Vietnam
Hi, It has been my experience, anyway here in the states, that you can
easily obtain a VietNamese visa by down loading the application off the
consulars internet sight. Then mailing the completed application with a
passport size photo, a check, your passport along with a postage paid /
return envelope to the closest embassy. They even have an express
service, for a fee that processes the via in 2 days.
Yes, you can also obtain a visa at the embassy in Bangkok or through one
of the many travel agents there. I have heard that visa's are cheaper
in Bangkok. Speaking of visa prices they vary so shop around if you
want the best deal. (Note: they even vary from one embassy to another)
Another little know deal is that If you have a travel agent in Saigon
they can set up a visa on arrival at Tan Son Nhat but this must be set
up in advance.
One more important point is that the date on your visa is the date your
visa starts, so if you arrive 10 days after this date on a 30 day visa
you now have a 20 day visa.
Visa's for Vietnam are a real pain but the trouble is well worth it,
Vietnam is wonderful place.
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