Posted by kevinhaz on 19/11/2015 at 06:34
Sorry about this lame post but I need some advice.
Going to Vietnam (UK passport holder) but entering the country twice within 10 days or so.
Do I need a multi entry visa or am I ok with the exemption ?
If I need the multi entry visa - how much is it - I can't find out anywhere ???
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Posted by daawgon on 20/11/2015 at 08:24
You will need a visa, but whether it's single or multi is a concern of mine. I suggest you pose that question to the experts at visa4vietnam using this page.
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Posted by somtam2000 on 20/11/2015 at 20:45 admin
UK passport holders get a visa exemption for 15 days on arrival. So, if each of your stays is less than 15 days, then you do not need a visa. If they are longer than 15 days, then you'll need a visa.
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Posted by somtam2000 on 21/11/2015 at 07:55 admin
Thanks Bob - perish the thought countries might have traveller friendly & simple to understand and rarely changing visa rules ;-)
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Posted by fapotafu on 19/9/2017 at 01:39
UK Citizen can come to Vietnam without applying for Vietnam Visa if:
- Vietnam visa exemption UK: 15 days is the maximum stay duration
- 6 months validity from the date of entering Vietnam is required for the original passport
- Their arrival date does not fall within 30 days from the exit date of their previous stay in Vietnam with visa exemption.
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Posted by Want2BHappy on 20/9/2017 at 02:35
Yes, you need a visa for at least one of your visits.
Easiest, cheapest and best option:
* Get an E-Visa at immigration.gov.vn for your first entry to Vietnam. Just go to the immigration queue with your E-Visa printout and they'll stamp you in.
* Use your right to a visa waiver for the second entry. Just go to the immigration queue with prrof of your return home travel and they'll stamp you in.
Total cost: $25
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