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How to get vietnam visa on arrival

How to get vietnam visa on arrival

How to get vietnam visa on arrival

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http://vietnam-visa.com

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For those who would like to avoid the perhaps lengthening visa procedures with their local Vietnam's Embassies, the service of Vietnam Visa-On-Arrival is available for help. It is legitimated and supported by the Vietnamese Immigration Department. We recommend that you choose visa upon arrival, as picking up visa at the Vietnam int'l airport is quite simple, easy, no additional charges and no fail.

STEP 1: FILL IN THE VISA FORM
Fill in the secure online form. * only takes a couple of minutes.
STEP 2: CONFIRM AND PAY
Confirm the information for processing your visa and pay the service fee.
STEP 3: GET YOUR APPROVAL LETTER
Get the "Visa approval letter" within 1 or 2 working days and pick up your visa at the Vietnam international airports.
STEP 4: GET YOUR STAMPED
Bring "visa approval letter", passport, 2 photos, "exit and entry form", and stamping fee to get your visa stamped at the Vietnam international airports.

Published on 12/24/10

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