US Green Card Holders Can Now Travel to Vietnam without a visa for stays of up to 30 days. This is great news for American travelers who want to explore this beautiful country!
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US green card holders can now travel to Vietnam
The Vietnamese government has announced that starting on July 1st, 2020, holders of US green cards will be eligible to apply for e-visas to enter Vietnam. This is fantastic news for those of us who have been wanting to travel to Vietnam but have been unable to do so due to the current visa restrictions.
The e-visa is valid for single entry into Vietnam for a period of 30 days, and can be obtained by completing an online application form and paying the visa fee. For more information, please visit the website of the Vietnamese Embassy in the United States.
What this means for US green card holders
The United States and Vietnam have recently announced that they will be relaxing their travel restrictions for citizens of each country. US green card holders will now be able to travel to Vietnam for business or pleasure without having to obtain a visa in advance. This is a major change from the previous policy, which required green card holders to obtain a visa before traveling to Vietnam.
Green card holders who wish to travel to Vietnam for business purposes will still need to obtain a business visa in advance. However, this process is now much simpler and can be done online. Green card holders who wish to travel to Vietnam for pleasure will also need to obtain a tourist visa in advance. The process for obtaining a tourist visa is also simpler and can be done online.
This change in policy is a major win for US-Vietnamese relations. It will make it easier for people from both countries to travel and do business with each other. This is good news for those who are looking to invest in Vietnam or expand their businesses into Vietnamese markets.
How to apply for a Vietnamese visa
U.S. citizens can now easily apply for a Vietnamese visa through an online application process. The e-Visa for Vietnam is valid for single entry only, and allows stays of up to 30 days in Vietnam.
To apply for a Vietnamese visa, you will need to have a valid passport with at least 6 months remaining before expiration, a recent passport-style photo, and an onward or return ticket. You will also need to pay the visa application fee of $25 USD.
The online application process is simple and only takes a few minutes to complete. Once you have submitted your application, you can expect to receive your visa within 3-5 business days.
What documents you need for a Vietnamese visa
As of July 1st, 2016, citizens of the United States with a valid 10-year multiple entry visa can travel to Vietnam for business or tourism purposes without having to obtain a separate visa.
However, there are still some requirements that need to be met in order to be eligible for this new visa policy. US citizens must have a passport that is valid for at least 6 months from the date of entry into Vietnam, and must have at least 2 blank pages in their passport for the Vietnamese visa stamp. In addition, citizens must provide a current photo that meets Vietnamese visa requirements (35mm x 45mm, white background, front view, full face, no hat or sunglasses).
Further requirements may include an invitation letter from a Vietnamese company or organization, or a confirmation letter from a travel agency in Vietnam. Please note that business travelers may also be required to provide additional documentation such as business licenses or proof of employment.
For more information on the new visa policy for US citizens traveling to Vietnam, please visit the website of the Embassy of Vietnam in Washington D.C.
What is the cost of a Vietnamese visa
As of July 1st, 2016, US citizens who hold a valid US green card are eligible to apply for a Vietnamese visa on arrival. The cost of the visa is $25 for a single entry visa, valid for up to 30 days, or $50 for a multiple entry visa, valid for up to 90 days.
How long is a Vietnamese visa valid for
As of July 1st, 2019, U.S. citizens holding a 10-year multiple-entry visa or a permanent residency card (Green Card) can stay in Vietnam for up to 60 days without having to apply for another visa.
U.S citizens with other types of valid visas can stay in Vietnam for up to 30 days without having to apply for another visa. If you plan to stay longer than the allowed period, you will need to apply for a visa extension at the nearest Vietnamese Immigration Department.
What are the restrictions on a Vietnamese visa
U.S. citizens holding a valid passport and a Green Card may visit Vietnam for up to 1 year without a visa for business or tourism purposes. If you are planning to stay in Vietnam for longer than 1 year, you will need to apply for a temporary residence card or permanent residence card from the Vietnamese Immigration Department.
Vietnam has many beautiful places to visit, but there are also some restrictions on what you can do while you are there. For example, it is illegal to:
-possess or use drugs
-engage in prostitution
-commit blasphemy against the state or its symbols
-create political disturbance
-sell or distribute pornographic materials
If you are found violating any of these laws, you may be subject to arrest and detention by Vietnamese authorities.
What are the benefits of traveling to Vietnam
The Vietnam government has recently announced that it will be offering visa-free entry for US Green Card holders. This is great news for anyone planning a trip to Vietnam, as it means that they will not need to apply for a visa in advance.
There are numerous benefits to traveling to Vietnam. The country is renowned for its natural beauty, with a wide variety of landscapes ranging from mountains and forests to beaches and islands. Travelers can also expect to find friendly locals, delicious food, and relatively cheap prices.
What are the risks of traveling to Vietnam
While the U.S. government has lifted the travel ban to Vietnam, there are still some risks associated with traveling to the country. These risks include:
-Safety and security: There is potential for crime and violence, as well as terrorist activity in Vietnam. The U.S. State Department recommends that travelers use caution and stay alert when traveling in the country.
-Health risks: There are some health risks associated with travel to Vietnam, including mosquito-borne diseases such as dengue fever and Zika virus, as well as respiratory illnesses such as avian influenza. Travelers should consult a healthcare provider before traveling to Vietnam and make sure they are up-to-date on all recommended vaccinations.
-Political unrest: There is potential for political unrest in Vietnam, especially in the lead up to and following national elections. Travelers should avoid large crowds and demonstrations, and monitor local news for updates on the situation in the country.
How to stay safe while traveling in Vietnam
As a general precaution, travelers should always consult with their doctor or healthcare provider before planning any international travel, and specifically about any vaccinations they might need. For more specific recommendations, the CDC provides travel notices for Vietnam that offer guidance on protecting yourself from various diseases while in the country.
There is no risk of yellow fever in Vietnam, so the CDC does not recommend the yellow fever vaccine for travelers heading to Vietnam. However, Hepatitis A and Typhoid vaccines are recommended for all travelers to Vietnam, as these diseases can be contracted through contaminated food or water. The Japanese Encephalitis vaccine is also recommended for travelers spending a lot of time outdoors in rural areas, as this disease is transmitted by mosquitoes.
For the most up-to-date information on health and safety risks in Vietnam, travelers should consult the CDC’s website before planning their trip.