Apply Vietnam visa on arrival online and Transport

If you fly to Vietnam you can get a visa on arrival. To qualify for this you need an authorisation letter. You can not get this by yourself, but you need a third party with contacts at the Vietnamese customs. We have a local partner in Vietnam who has these contacts. By using a company based in Vietnam we avoid high costs that do occur in Europe, US and Australia. This allows us to offer the authorization letters for a lot cheaper price.

Apply for a Vietnam Visa on Arrival

⚠️ Notice: Visa On Arrival has been (temporarily?) stopped by the Vietnamese immigration services since the beginning of 2022; the Vietnamese Immigration Service has stopped issuing Visa On Arrivals. It is only possible to apply for an e-visa of a maximum of 1 month. Read more about the e-visa here.

How does it work?

Step 1: Complete the form for a Vietnam authorization letter.

Step 2: You will receive the authorization letter within 3 working days (normal time), 1 working day (Fast), 4 working hours (Very Fast) or 2 working hours (Urgent).

Step 3: Print this letter and use it to receive your visa upon arrival in Vietnam. (Includes cash for stamp costs, passport photos, application form and valid passport.)

Tips and conditions

For clarity, a number of tips and conditions.
  • Keep in mind the the authorisation letter can only be processes during working hours/days of the Vietnam immigration service:
    • From Monday to Friday – 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM and 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM.
    • Vietnam time: GMT+7
  • We e-mail the authorisation letter to you. You can apply for the visa anywhere in the world, as long as you have access to your email. It’s that easy.
  • If you have received the letter, this is not your full visa yet. You will take the letter to the immigration office at the airport and you will receive your full visa after paying $ 25 a.p. for a Single Entry or $ 50 p.p. at a Multiple Entry. These are unavoidable costs that you pay to the Vietnamese government on the spot. Super easy, so you only have to fill out the form below. Moreover, it is also by far the cheapest option.
  • You can choose between a visa of 1, 3, 6 months or a year. Vietnam is a big country with a lot of interesting destinations. That is why, if time permits, we always recommend a 3-month visa for Vietnam.
  • You also have the choice between a Single Entry or Multiple Entry. You need this last visa if you want to leave Vietnam in between. If you do not plan to do that, a Single Entry is enough.
  • In order to save costs and time, the Vietnamese government puts several people on the same invitation letter. This means that there are other random persons on the same letter. If you do not want it, you can request a private letter for a small extra charge ($ 3 p.p.), then only your details will be on the letter.
  • You can pay by PayPal or a credit card.

Additional reference information and FAQ about Vietnam visa

Visa Types:

Vietnam offers various visa types, including tourist visas, business visas, and diplomatic visas. Make sure you apply for the appropriate visa type based on your purpose of travel.

Visa Exemptions:

Some countries have visa exemptions that allow their citizens to enter Vietnam for a specific duration without a visa. The duration and conditions of visa exemption may vary. Check if you qualify for a visa exemption.

Visa on Arrival (VOA):

For many travelers, especially tourists arriving by air, a Visa on Arrival (VOA) may be a convenient option. To obtain a VOA, you should arrange for a visa approval letter through a reputable travel agency in Vietnam before your trip. Upon arrival at a Vietnamese airport, you will receive your visa.


Vietnam offers e-visas to citizens of many countries. You can apply online through the official website of the Vietnam Immigration Department. The e-visa is valid for 30 days for a single entry.

Visa Duration and Extensions:

The duration of your visa may vary based on the type and your nationality. You can usually apply for visa extensions in Vietnam if you wish to stay longer. Contact the Vietnam Immigration Department for extension information.

Passport Validity:

Ensure that your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your intended departure date from Vietnam.


Prepare the necessary documents, such as a completed visa application form, passport-sized photos, visa approval letter (for VOA), and the visa fee. Requirements may vary depending on the type of visa you’re applying for.

Visa Fees:

Be aware of the visa fees, which can vary depending on the type of visa and your nationality. Check the official website or contact the embassy/consulate for the most current fee information.

Visa Processing Time:

Processing times can vary. It’s advisable to apply for your visa well in advance of your travel date, at least a few weeks to be safe.

Immigration Regulations:

Familiarize yourself with the immigration rules and regulations of Vietnam. Adhere to the entry and exit requirements, including registration and visa extension if needed.

Invitations and Sponsorship:

If you are traveling for business or other purposes, you may require an invitation or sponsorship from a Vietnamese organization. Check the specific requirements with the Vietnamese embassy or consulate.

Consular Assistance:

In case of any questions or uncertainties, contact the nearest Vietnamese embassy or consulate for guidance.

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