People In Luxembourg Can Now Take Full Advantage Of The Vietnam Visa On Arrival

It is unfortunate that citizens of Luxembourg cannot request a visa Vietnam in their country since there is no Vietnam Embassy or Consulate in Luxembourg right now. Therefore, they have to opt for another method of getting visa if they want to visit Vietnam.

October 23, 2017 / / —

Apart from applying for visa at the Vietnam Embassy, another preferred method among other options that is worth mentioning is visa on arrival to Vietnam. This type of visa is created by the Vietnamese government to help travelers reduce the time and effort to move back and forth between their place and the Embassy of Vietnam in their country. It is also convenient for those whose countries do not have Vietnam Embassy like Luxembourg.

In order to obtain visa on arrival, Luxembourgish residents first need to get in touch with a government-registered agency in Vietnam that specializes in processing visa for foreigners such as Greenvisa.io. Then, they are required to fill in an online application which includes their personal information and the date of their arrival. The next phase is to pay the service fee which can be charged by Paypal, Visa card or Mastercard and wait for their visa application to be processed. It takes only two days for the travel agency they hire to handle their visa request, and an approval letter will be sent to them via their email. This letter is an official document from the Vietnam Immigration Department that permits travelers not only to board the airplane but also acquire the Vietnam visa stamp at the air terminal.

When Luxembourgers arrive at one of the international airports in Vietnam, they are required to show their passport with at least six-month validity, an approval letter which has been printed out, two photographs in standard size. The entire process will be completed, and visitors will receive their visa to Vietnam once they pay for the stamping fee.

A benefit that people can reap from choosing this way of obtaining Vietnam visa is that there is no need for them to send their original passport to the embassy. This could help them avoid the risk of losing their passport through the delivery process. Moreover, visa on arrival can assist Luxembourgish residents in saving the time and effort to travel to the Embassy of Vietnam in neighboring countries since everything is completely performed on the Internet. Working with the Vietnam Immigration Department is no longer a problem for foreigners because the travel company they hired will do it on their behalf.

For more information about Vietnam visa on arrival, Luxembourgers can visit Greenvisa company. Greenvisa.io is an authorized company and focuses on different visa services for inhabitants of foreign nations all over the globe. The company has a lot of experience in supporting travelers to finish the procedure of acquiring a visa to Vietnam in a short time.

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Organization: Green Travel Universal CO., LTD.
Phone: +18882381966

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