Sunday, November 17, 2013

Regulation On Foreigners Entry Into, Exit From, And Residence In Phu Quoc Island

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Regulation On Foreigners' Entry Into, Exit From, And Residence In Phu Quoc Island Kien Giang Province
 
Chapter I : ENTRY INTO, AND EXIT FROM PHU QUOC ISLAND
1.- Phu Quoc island (excluding areas exclusively planned for public security or defense purpose) shall be eligible for entry and exit preferences specified in Clause 1, Article 3 of the Prime Minister's Decision No, 53/2001/QD-TTG of April 19, 2001, on policies toward border-gate economic zones.

2.- Foreigners and Vietnamese holding foreign passports (hereinafter referred collectively to as foreigners) who enter, exit from, and reside in Phu Quoc island, for a stay period not exceeding 15 days shall be exempt from visas; foreigners who enter an international border-gate of Vietnam and stay in its transit lounge before traveling to Phu Quoc island shall also be exempt from visas.
Citizens of countries entitled to visa exemption shall observe current regulations.

3. - Foreigners arriving at the island by the sea through Phu Quoc international border-gate shall carry out entry procedures with the entry and exit management body right at the border-gate; foreigners traveling to Phu Quoc island by air shall carry out entry procedures at Vietnam's international airports, then stay in transit lounges of these air ports before taking domestic fights to Phu Quoc island.
- When carry out entry procedures, foreigners shall have to produce their passports which are still valid for at least 45 days.

4. - In cases where, after coming to Phu Quoc island, visitors wish to travel to other localities, the entry and exit management body shall consider and grant visas to them right in Phu Quoc island; if they wish to stay in Phu Quoc more than 15 days, the entry and exit management body shall consider and extend their sojourn period.

5. - Crew members holding valid foreign crew members' books or crew member's passport may enter, exit from, and reside in Phu Quoc island during the period when their ships anchor at Phu Quoc island.

6. - As from the effective date of this Regulation, the Ministry of Defense shall, after reaching agreement with the Ministry of Public Security and the People's Committee of Kien Gaing province, report to the Prime Minister on the demarcation of Phu Quoc island areas exclusively planned for public security or defense purposes, publicize these areas and put up specific direction and no-entry signboards for each area.

Chapter II : RESIDENCE IN PHU QUOC ISLAND

7. - Foreigners entering Vietnam through Phu Quoc international border-gate shall be granted right at the border-gate by the entry and exit management body certificates for a sojourn period corresponding to the visa-exemption period; foreigners who are lawfully sojourning in Vietnam, when arriving at Phu Quoc island, shall not have to carry out procedures for sojourn certification but report thereon according to current regulations.

8. - Once in Phu Quoc island, foreigners may freely reside and travel there in accordance with the registered entry purposes, except for no-entry areas and areas exclusively planned for public security or defense purpose; if they want to enter such areas, they must obtain permission of competent agencies according to the Provision of the Prime Minister's Decision No. 160/2004/QD-TTg of September 6, 2004, no-entry areas and locations.

9. - Foreigners who apply for the extension of their sojourn period, change in registered sojourn purposes, grant supplementation or amendment of visas, or grant of sojourn cards or residence cards, shall carry out procedures with the entry and exit management body of Phu Quoc Police in person or through other agencies, organizations or individuals.


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Monday, October 28, 2013

HOW TO GET VIETNAM VISA IN ZAMBIA

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Whoever living in Zambia has Zambian or other nationalities which are not in the Vietnam Visa exemption list that must have Visa to enter Vietnam.

You can get Vietnam Visa in Zambia by two ways

1. Get Vietnam Visa on Arrival and Visa stamped at Vietnam International Airports by applying online in website www.gettingvietnamvisa.com

Vietnam Visa On Arrival is effective for citizens who are living far away from the Vietnamese Embassies and do not want to lose the issues (passport, money or documents) by postal mail.

- Visa Administrative Institution: at Vietnam Immigration Department via applying in this website www.gettingvietnamvisa.com

- Processing time: 1 to 2 working days. In rush service you can get visa Vietnam in 30 minutes to 4 hours.

- Required Documents: No documents needed

- How does it work? Just access in website www.gettingvietnamvisa.com, fill the form online, you will receive a Confirmation Letter in a few minutes to know when you get the Vietnam Visa Approval Letter. Normally The Approval Letter is coming to you via email within 2 working days or from 4 – 8 working hours (urgent service), in 30 minutes (in emergency).

Finally you take this letter + your passport + 2 photos + stamping fee 25 USD for single entry or 50 USD for multiple entries to get your visa at airport. Further information, please visit application process

2. Get Vietnam Entry Visa at Vietnam Embassies in Zambia

Until now, The Embassy of Vietnam has not established in Zambia. You have to apply for Visa to Vietnam in person at Vietnam Embassy near around your country.

- Processing time: it depends on you how fast you need. But for sure, you should make a call to Vietnam Embassy near around your country for details.

- Required Documents: passport, money and 1 new envelope with stamp on it and your exact home address in order to avoid losing issues.

Note
- Before applying for Vietnam visa, make sure your passport has minimum 6 month validity and left pages.

- For visa on arrival option, it is applicable for those traveling by air to Vietnam.

For any further information, please kindly contact us. We are willing and pleased to assist you at our best!
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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Vietnam embassy in Brazil

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Are you looking for location of Vietnam embassy in Brazil ?
Please see below for information of Embassy of Vietnam in Brasilia, Brazil
Address: SHIS QI 9, Conj.10 Casa 1, Lago Sul Brasilia/DF – CEP: 71.625.100, Brazil
Telephone: 00-55-61-3364 5876 or 3248 7268
Fax: 00-55-61-3364 5836
Email: embavina.br@mofa.gov.vn
Website : www.vietnamembassy-brazil.org

BRAZIL
Complete Name: Federative Republic of Brazil
Native Name: Brasil
ISO-Code: BRA
Capital: Brasília

Principal Cities : São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Brasília, Fortaleza, Belo Horizonte, Manaus, Curitiba, Recife, Porto Alegre, Belém
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Wednesday, May 22, 2013

VIETNAM EMBASSY IN BURUNDI

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BURUNDI
  • Complete Name: Republic of Burundi
  • Native Name: Burundi
  • ISO-Code: BDI
  • Capital: Bujumbura

We would like to notify you that there is no Vietnam embassy or consulate available in Burundi at the present. However, you can also contact any other nearest embassies or consulates of Vietnam during office hours for visa issues. Besides, if we have any latest news regarding the location of the Vietnam embassy or consulate in this country, we will update as soon as possible for your reference.

In case it is so inconvenient for you to apply visa from an embassy, the best way for you is to travel by air and apply for a Vietnam visa on arrival.

For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn

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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN BURKINA FASO

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BURKINA FASO
  • Native Name: Burkina Faso
  • ISO-Code: BFA
  • Capital: Ouagadougou
  • Currency: West African CFA franc
  • Country code: 226
  • Official language: French Language

We would like to notify you that there is no Vietnam embassy or consulate available in Burkina Faso at the present. However, you can also contact any other nearest embassies or consulates of Vietnam during office hours for visa issues. Besides, if we have any latest news regarding the location of the Vietnam embassy or consulate in this country, we will update as soon as possible for your reference.

In case it is so inconvenient for you to apply visa from an embassy, the best way for you is to travel by air and apply for a Vietnam visa on arrival.  

For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn
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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN BULGARIA

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BULGARIA
  • Complete Name: Republic of Bulgaria
  • Native Name: Bălgarija
  • ISO-Code: BGR
  • Capital: Sofija
  • Currency: Bulgarian lev
  • Country code: 359
  • Official language: Bulgarian Language

  • Address: Bulgaria, Sofia 1113 Ul. Jetvarka No 1
  • Telephone /Fax : 963 3658
  • Office :  963 2743 or 963 2609
  • Consular service :  963 3742
  • Code : 00-359-2
  • Email : vnemb.bg@mofa.gov.vn
  • Website : www.vietnamembassy-bulgaria.org
For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn

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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN BRUNEI

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BRUNEI
  • ISO-Code: BRN
  • Capital: Bandar Seri Begawan
  • Currency: Brunei dollar
  • Country code: 673
  • Official language: Malay Language

  • Address: No 9,Spg 148-3 jalan Telanai  BA 2312,BSB (Bandar Seri Begawan), Brunei
  • Telephone   : 2651580
  • Ambassador: 2651586
  • Code :00-673
  • Fax : 2651574
  • Email :  vnembassy@yahoo.com
  • Website: www.vietnamembassy-brunei.org
For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn

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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

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BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

We would like to notify you that there is no Vietnam embassy or consulate available in British Virgin Islands at the present. However, you can also contact any other nearest embassies or consulates of Vietnam during office hours for visa issues. Besides, if we have any latest news regarding the location of the Vietnam embassy or consulate in this country, we will update as soon as possible for your reference.

In case it is so inconvenient for you to apply visa from an embassy, the best way for you is to travel by air and apply for a Vietnam visa on arrival

For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn
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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN BRAZIL

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BRAZIL
  • Complete Name: Federative Republic of Brazil
  • Native Name: Brasil
  • ISO-Code: BRA
  • Capital: Brasília
  • Currency: Brazilian real
  • Country code:  55
  • Official language: Portuguese Language

Embassy of Vietnam in Brasilia, Brazil
  • Address: SHIS QI 9, Conj.10 Casa 1, Lago Sul Brasilia/DF - CEP: 71.625.100, Brazil
  • Telephone: 00-55-61-3364 5876 or 3248 7268
  • Fax: 00-55-61-3364 5836
  • Email: embavina.br@mofa.gov.vn
  • Website : www.vietnamembassy-brazil.org
For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn

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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN BOUVET ISLAND

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BOUVET ISLAND

We would like to notify you that there is no Vietnam embassy or consulate available in Bouvet Island at the present. However, you can also contact any other nearest embassies or consulates of Vietnam during office hours for visa issues. Besides, if we have any latest news regarding the location of the Vietnam embassy or consulate in this country, we will update as soon as possible for your reference.

In case it is so inconvenient for you to apply visa from an embassy, the best way for you is to travel by air and apply for a Vietnam visa on arrival.    

For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn
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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN BOTSWANA

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BOTSWANA
  • Complete Name: Republic of Botswana
  • Native Name: Botswana
  • ISO-Code: BWA
  • Capital: Gaborone

We would like to notify you that there is no Vietnam embassy or consulate available in Botswana at the present. However, you can also contact any other nearest embassies or consulates of Vietnam during office hours for visa issues. Besides, if we have any latest news regarding the location of the Vietnam embassy or consulate in this country, we will update as soon as possible for your reference.

In case it is so inconvenient for you to apply visa from an embassy, the best way for you is to travel by air and apply for a Vietnam visa on arrival.    

For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn
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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

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BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
  • Complete Name: Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Native Name: Bosna i Hercegovina
  • ISO-Code: BIH
  • Capital: Sarajevo
  • Currency: Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible mark
  • Country code: 387
  • Official language: Bosnian language, Croatian language, Serbian language

We would like to notify you that there is no Vietnam embassy or consulate available in Bosnia and Herzegovina at the present. However, you can also contact any other nearest embassies or consulates of Vietnam during office hours for visa issues. Besides, if we have any latest news regarding the location of the Vietnam embassy or consulate in this country, we will update as soon as possible for your reference.

In case it is so inconvenient for you to apply visa from an embassy, the best way for you is to travel by air and apply for a Vietnam visa on arrival.  

For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn
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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN BHUTAN

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BHUTAN
  • Complete Name: Kingdom of Bhutan
  • Native Name: Druk-Yul
  • ISO-Code: BTN
  • Capital: Thimphu
  • Country code: 975
  • Currencies: Indian rupee, Bhutanese ngultrum
  • Official language: Dzongkha Language

We would like to notify you that there is no Vietnam embassy or consulate available in Bhutan at the present. However, you can also contact any other nearest embassies or consulates of Vietnam during office hours for visa issues. Besides, if we have any latest news regarding the location of the Vietnam embassy or consulate in this country, we will update as soon as possible for your reference.

In case it is so inconvenient for you to apply visa from an embassy, the best way for you is to travel by air and apply for a Vietnam visa on arrival

For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn
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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN BENIN

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BENIN
  • Complete Name: Republic of Benin
  • Native Name: Bénin
  • ISO-Code: BEN
  • Capital: Porto-Novo
  • Currency: West African CFA franc
  • Country code: 229
  • Official language: French Language

We would like to notify you that there is no Vietnam embassy or consulate available in Benin at the present. However, you can also contact any other nearest embassies or consulates of Vietnam during office hours for visa issues. Besides, if we have any latest news regarding the location of the Vietnam embassy or consulate in this country, we will update as soon as possible for your reference.

In case it is so inconvenient for you to apply visa from an embassy, the best way for you is to travel by air and apply for a Vietnam visa on arrival.  

For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn
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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN BELIZE

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BELIZE
  • Native Name: Belize
  • ISO-Code: BLZ
  • Capital: Belmopan
  • Currency: Belize dollar
  • Country code: 501
  • Official language: English Language

We would like to notify you that there is no Vietnam embassy or consulate available in Belize at the present. However, you can also contact any other nearest embassies or consulates of Vietnam during office hours for visa issues. Besides, if we have any latest news regarding the location of the Vietnam embassy or consulate in this country, we will update as soon as possible for your reference.

In case it is so inconvenient for you to apply visa from an embassy, the best way for you is to travel by air and apply for a Vietnam visa on arrival. 

For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn
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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN BELGIUM

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BELGIUM
  • Complete Name: Kingdom of Belgium
  • Native Name: Belgique, België
  • ISO-Code: BEL
  • Capital: Bruxelles
  • Country code: 32
  • Currency: Euro
  • Official language: Dutch Language, French Language, German Language

Embassy of Vietnam in Belgium
  • Address: Boulevard Général Jacques 1, 1050 Brussels, Belgium
  • Telephone:32 (0)2. 379 27 37 ;
  • Fax:32 (0)2. 374 93 76
  • Email : vnemb.brussels@skynet.be
  • Website : www.vietnamembassy.be

You can apply for Vietnam visa online to get visa on arrival at Vietnam airport if you don't want to get visa at embassy.

For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn
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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN BELARUS

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BELARUS
  • Complete Name: Republic of Belarus
  • Native Name: Belarus'
  • ISO-Code: BLR
  • Capital: Minsk
  • Currency: Belarusian ruble
  • Country code: 375
  • Official language: Russian Language, Belarusian language

Vietnam Embassy in Minsk, Belarus
  • Address: Belarus, Minsk 220040, Mozaiskogo street, house # 3
  • Code: 00375 17
  • Telephone/ fax: 237 48 79
  • Email: dsqvn.belarus@mofa.gov.vn
  • Website: www.vietnamembassy-belarus.org
For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn

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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN BARBADOS

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BARBADOS
  • Native Name: Barbados
  • ISO-Code: BRB
  • Capital: Bridgetown
  • Currency: Barbados dollar
  • Country code: 1246
  • Official language: English Language

We would like to notify you that there is no Vietnam embassy or consulate available in Barbados at the present. However, you can also contact any other nearest embassies or consulates of Vietnam during office hours for visa issues. Besides, if we have any latest news regarding the location of the Vietnam embassy or consulate in this country, we will update as soon as possible for your reference.

In case it is so inconvenient for you to apply visa from an embassy, the best way for you is to travel by air and apply for a Vietnam visa on arrival.    

For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn
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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN BANGLADESH

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BANGLADESH
  • Complete Name: People's Republic of Bangladesh
  • Native Name: Bangladesh
  • ISO-Code: BGD
  • Capital: Dhaka [Dacca]
  • Currency: Bangladeshi taka
  • Country code: 880
  • Official language: Bengali Language

Embassy of Vietnam in Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • Address: Vintage Building, Plot 07, Road 104, Gulshan-2, Dhaka 1212, Bangladesh.
  • Tel : (80-02) 885 4051  or 885 4052
  • Fax : (80-02) 885 4051
  • Email : vietnam@citech-bd.com
  • Website : www.vietnamembassy-bangladesh.org
  • Working days & Office hours for visa issues: Sunday – Thursday: 09:00 - 17:00
  • Visa Section :
  • Visa submission:  09:00 - 11:30
  • Visa collection:  15:00 - 16:00
  • Weekly holiday:  Friday & Saturday
For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn

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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN BAHRAIN

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BAHRAIN
  • Complete Name: Kingdom of Bahrain
  • Native Name: Al-Bahrain
  • ISO-Code: BHR
  • Capital: Al-Manāmah
  • Country code: 973
  • Official language: Arabic
  • Currency: Bahraini dinar

We would like to notify you that there is no Vietnam embassy or consulate available in Bahrain at the present. However, you can also contact any other nearest embassies or consulates of Vietnam during office hours for visa issues. Besides, if we have any latest news regarding the location of the Vietnam embassy or consulate in this country, we will update as soon as possible for your reference.

In case it is so inconvenient for you to apply visa from an embassy, the best way for you is to travel by air and apply for a Vietnam visa on arrival.    

For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn
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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN BAHAMAS

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BAHAMAS
  • Complete Name: Commonwealth of the Bahamas
  • Native Name: Bahamas
  • ISO-Code: BHS
  • Capital: Nassau
  • Country code: 242
  • Currency: Bahamian dollar
  • Official language: English Language

We would like to notify you that there is no Vietnam embassy or consulate available in Bahamas at the present. However, you can also contact any other nearest embassies or consulates of Vietnam during office hours for visa issues. Besides, if we have any latest news regarding the location of the Vietnam embassy or consulate in this country, we will update as soon as possible for your reference.

In case it is so inconvenient for you to apply visa from an embassy, the best way for you is to travel by air and apply for a Vietnam visa on arrival.    

For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn
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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN AUSTRIA

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AUSTRIA
  • Complete Name: Republic of Austria
  • Native Name: Österreich
  • ISO-Code: AUT
  • Capital: Wien
  • Currency: Euro
  • Country code: 43
  • Official language: German Language

Vietnam Embassy in Vienna, Austria
  • Address : Felix Mottl - Strabe A-1190 Vienna, Austria
  • Telephone : 3680755
  • Fax : 3680754
  • Code : 00-43-1
  • Consular section : 3680755/10
  • Reception : 3680755/11
  • Email : embassy.vietnam@aon.at
  • Website: www.vietnamembassy-austria.org
For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn

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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN AUSTRALIA

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AUSTRALIA
  • Complete Name: Commonwealth of Australia
  • Native Name: Australia
  • ISO-Code: AUS
  • Capital: Canberra
  • Country code: 61
  • Currency: Australian dollar
Embassy of Vietnam in Canberra, Australia
  • Address: 6 Timbarra Crescent, O'Malley, ACT, 2606, Canberra, Australia
  • Telephone: (02) 62868465; (02) 62866059; (02) 62901556; (02) 62901894; (02) 62866267
  • Fax: 61 - 2 - 6286 4534
  • Email : vembassy@webone.com.au
  • Website : www.vietnamembassy.org.au
Consulate General of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in Sydney, Australia
  • Address: Suite 205, level 2, Edgecliff Centre, 203 - 233 New South Head Road, Edgecliff, New South Wales, Australia 2027.
  • Tel:  02 93271912 / 02 93272539
  • Fax: 02 93281653
  • Email: vnconsul@iinet.net.au
  • Website : www.vietnamconsulate.org.au
  • PO Box: 732, Edgecliff, N.S.W 2027
  • Working time (Australian public holidays are excepted):
  • Monday - Thursday: 9.00 am - 5.00 pm
  • Friday: 9.00 am - 4.30 pm
You can apply for Vietnam visa online to get visa on arrival if you enter Vietnam via airport and don't want to get visa at embassy or consulate

For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn
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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN ARUBA

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ARUBA
  • Native Name: Aruba
  • ISO-Code: ABW
  • Capital: Oranjestad
  • Currency: Aruban florin
  • Country code: 297
  • Official language: Dutch Language, Papiamento language

We would like to notify you that there is no Vietnam embassy or consulate available in Aruba at the present. However, you can also contact any other nearest embassies or consulates of Vietnam during office hours for visa issues. Besides, if we have any latest news regarding the location of the Vietnam embassy or consulate in this country, we will update as soon as possible for your reference.

In case it is so inconvenient for you to apply visa from an embassy, the best way for you is to travel by air and apply for a Vietnam visa on arrival.    

For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn
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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN ARMENIA

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ARMENIA
  • Complete Name: Republic of Armenia
  • Native Name: Hayastan
  • ISO-Code: ARM
  • Capital: Yerevan
  • Currency: Armenian dram
  • Country code: 374

We would like to notify you that there is no Vietnam embassy or consulate available in Armenia at the present. However, you can also contact any other nearest embassies or consulates of Vietnam during office hours for visa issues. Besides, if we have any latest news regarding the location of the Vietnam embassy or consulate in this country, we will update as soon as possible for your reference.

In case it is so inconvenient for you to apply visa from an embassy, the best way for you is to travel by air and apply for a Vietnam visa on arrival.    

For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn
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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN ARGENTINA

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ARGENTINA
  • Complete Name: Argentine Republic
  • Native Name: Argentina
  • ISO-Code: ARG
  • Capital: Buenos Aires
  • Currency: Argentine peso
  • Country code: 54
  • Official language: Spanish Language

We would like to give you the contact information of the Vietnam embassy in Argentina as below:

Embassy of Vietnam in Argentina
  • Address : 11 de Septiembre 1442 (CP 1426), Belgrano, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal (Argentina)
  • Telephone: (54.11) 47831802, 47831425
  • Fax: (54.11) 47820078
  • Email: vnemb.ar@mofa.gov.vn, atn.sqvn@gmail.com
  • Website: vietnamembassy.org.ar
  • Working hours: Monday to Friday, 10:00 A.M to 1:00P.M, 2:30P.M to 4:00P.M
For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn
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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA

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ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA
  • Native Name: Antigua and Barbuda
  • ISO-Code: ATG
  • Capital: Saint John's
  • Capital: St. John's
  • Currency: East Caribbean dollar
  • Country code: 268
  • Official language: English Language

We would like to notify you that there is no Vietnam embassy or consulate available in Antigua and Barbuda at the present. However, you can also contact any other nearest embassies or consulates of Vietnam during office hours for visa issues. Besides, if we have any latest news regarding the location of the Vietnam embassy or consulate in this country, we will update as soon as possible for your reference.

In case it is so inconvenient for you to apply visa from an embassy, the best way for you is to travel by air and apply for a Vietnam visa on arrival.    

For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn
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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN ANGOLA

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ANGOLA
  • Complete Name: Republic of Angola
  • Native Name: Angola
  • ISO-Code: AGO
  • Capital: Luanda
  • Currency: Angolan kwanza
  • Country code: 244
  • Official language: Portuguese Language

Embassy of Vietnam in Luanda, Angola
  • Address:  Via AL4, Lotes No. 4-5, Talatona-Luanda Sul, Luanda, Angola.
  • Tel: (+244) 222.010697 - 222.010698
  • Fax: (+244) 222.010696
  • Email:  vnemb.angola@mofa.gov.vn  and sqvnangola@gmail.com
  • Website: www.vietnamembassy-angola.org
For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn

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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN ANDORRA

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ANDORRA
  • Complete Name: Principality of Andorra
  • Native Name: Andorra, Andorre
  • ISO-Code: AND
  • Capital: Andorra la Vella
  • Currency: Euro
  • Country code: 376
  • Official language: Catalan language

We would like to notify you that there is no Vietnam embassy or consulate available in Andorra at the present. However, you can also contact any other nearest embassies or consulates of Vietnam during office hours for visa issues. Besides, if we have any latest news regarding the location of the Vietnam embassy or consulate in this country, we will update as soon as possible for your reference.

In case it is so inconvenient for you to apply visa from an embassy, the best way for you is to travel by air and apply for a Vietnam visa on arrival

For Vietnam visa inquiry, please email to info@evisa.vn
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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN AMERICAN SAMOA

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AMERICAN SAMOA
  • Complete Name: Territory of American Samoa
  • Native Name: American Samoa (engl.), Amerika Sāmoa (sam.)
  • ISO-Code: ASM
  • Capital: Pago Pago

We would like to notify you that there is no Vietnam embassy or consulate available in American Samoa at the present. However, you can also contact any other nearest embassies or consulates of Vietnam during office hours for visa issues. Besides, if we have any latest news regarding the location of the Vietnam embassy or consulate in this country, we will update as soon as possible for your reference.

In case it is so inconvenient for you to apply visa from an embassy, the best way for you is to travel by air and apply for a Vietnam visa on arrival. 

For Vietnam visa inquiry or support, please email to info@evisa.vn
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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN ALGERIA

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ALGERIA
  • Complete Name: People's Democratic Republic of Algeria
  • Native Name: Djazaïr
  • ISO-Code: DZA
  • Capital: El Djazaïr [Algiers]
  • Currency: Algerian dinar
  • Country code: 213
  • Official language: Arabic Language

Please look at the contact address of the Vietnam embassy in Algeria as below:

Vietnam embassy in El Djazaïr, Algeria
  • Address : 30, rue Chénoua, – Hydra – Alger (El Djazaïr)– Algérie
  • Telephone : 00213 (0) 21 60 88 43,
  • Fax : 00213 (0) 21 69 37 78
  • E-mail : sqvnalgerie@yahoo.com.vn  or vnemb.dz@mofa.gov.vn
  • Website : vietnamembassy-algerie.org
  • Working hours: Sunday to Thursday.
  • Morning: 8:00- 11:30
  • Afternoon: 14:00- 16:30
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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN ALBANIA

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ALBANIA
  • Complete Name: Republic of Albania
  • Native Name: Shqipëria
  • Currency: Albanian lek
  • Country code: 355
  • Official language: Albanian language

We would like to notify you that there is no Vietnam embassy or consulate available in Albania at the present. However, you can also contact any other nearest embassies or consulates of Vietnam during office hours for visa issues. Besides, if we have any latest news regarding the location of the Vietnam embassy or consulate in this country, we will update as soon as possible for your reference.
In case it is so inconvenient for you to apply visa from an embassy, the best way for you is to travel by air and apply for a Vietnam visa on arrival.

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VIETNAM EMBASSY IN AFGHANISTAN

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AFGHANISTAN
  • Complete Name: Islamic Republic of Afghanistan
  • Native Name: Afghānistān
  • Capital: Kabul
  • Country code: 93
  • Currency: Afghan afghani
  • Official language: Pashto language, Farsi, Eastern Language

We would like to notify you that there is no Vietnam embassy or consulate available in Afghanistan at the present. However, you can also contact any other nearest embassies or consulates of Vietnam during office hours for visa issues. Besides, if we have any latest news regarding the location of the Vietnam embassy or consulate in this country, we will update as soon as possible for your reference.
In case it is so inconvenient for you to apply visa from an embassy, the best way for you is to travel by air and apply for a Vietnam visa on arrival.

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Exploring Con Dao- A Wildest Island In Vietnam

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Con Dao is an archipelago including 16 islands in the Southern sea of Vietnam which belonging to Ba Ria- Vung Tau province. In the last decade, people called it Con Son or Con Non. Also, it was called Poulo Condor in French and English. According to Travel and Leisure, Con Dao is 45 minutes from Ho Chi Minh city as the crow flies.

Con Dao has been admitted
by many international traveling experts because of a long list of beautiful landscapes in this island. First of all, Con Dao certainly satisfy people who are interested in Vietnamese history. It is very famous for its painful history. Vietnamese used to call it “ the hell in life”. This was the prison where French army kept their victims and tortured them to die. It is very hard to discover all 127 jails, 42 cells and 504 isolated rooms which were built during 113 years fighting to gain the independence. However, Con Dao has been changed to become one of the most impressive places of interest.

Tourists will have the chance to behold spectacular mountain scenery and wild nature filling the tangy scent of salt. There are 200km coastline long in Con Dao with numbers of amazing beaches and breathtaking coral reefs. Besides, tourists should take a sightseeing to Con dao National Park where existing 285 pieces of plants and 100 pieces of rare animals and lots of valuable products. Tourists who are interested in adventure can try adventurous entertainments such as diving in coral reefs and shark hunting. Tourists can both rest on the beaches and prepare seafood while angling sharks. Con Dao has been selected to one of the most romance islands in the world with the most qualified hotels by Travel and Leisure and Lonely Planet.

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Danang City Monument In Danang City, Vietnam

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A 45m-high majestic monument located on 2/9 street. The monument was built by Danang people to cite heroes who fought for the independence of the country. The heroes’ statues such as Pham Phu Thu, Hoang Dieu, Phan Chau Trinh, Nguyen Van Troi have been showed lively and made the monument more solemn.

The area is very spacious and airy. In addition, the 29-3 square is in front of the monument; Han River is situated behind the monument make the sights around the monument more harmonious and charming. In the afternoon, Danang people often gather to enjoy the view and take the air. In the last days of the year, there are many kinds of ornamental plant, flower from all over the country are displayed in 29-3 square. The monument attracts many tourists come here to view the sightseeing and take photos.
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Binh Tay Market In Ho Chi Minh City

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The construction of Binh Tay Market was greatly supported by Quach Dam (1863 – 1927), a Chinese businessman. He was also well-known under the trade name of Thong Hiep when operated his own businesses. Quach Dam was famous by his nickname “the Handicapped Thong” by the local Chinese.

Starting making business with recycling garbage and other used material, Quach Dam was a poor man. However, he later striked gold and gained his enormous fortune by picking up other types of businesses.

Used to place in the center of Binh Tay Market, the statue of Thong Hiep was made of bronze and has the human size. Under where the statue was placed, there were four bronze lions, and four bronze dragons spitting water to the fountain. The full size statue of Thông was replaced with a smaller glass-altar somewhere between 1976 and 1980, with reasons unknown, although some local people speculated that the statue itself was being recycled. The four bronze lions and dragons are still standing as of 2002.

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How To Reduce Your Air Travel Costs For Vietnam

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In the last few years, since the start of the global financial crisis, some airlines have gone out of business while others have been forced to reduce their capacity. With fewer airlines and lower capacity, the demand ratio for available seats is obviously higher. As a consequence, airlines are less inclined to reduce the price. Coupled with rising fuel prices, this has meant that the cost of air travel has gone up year on year. Travel chiefs and pundits are not expecting it to change anytime soon.

It is becoming increasingly difficult to reduce your air travel costs, but there are certain things to bear in mind to ensure that you get the best possible price.

Planning and Research

The first thing to do is to try to plan as far ahead as possible and begin to research flights as soon as you have your confirmed travel date. Travel comparison sites are a good place to start. Don’t book your flight too early, but start to get an idea of the initial ball park figure so that you have something to compare against. Check back regularly to see if prices are reducing.

Frequent Flyer and Membership Schemes

Like all businesses, airlines prefer to retain existing customers and build a list. If you have a particular airline that you regularly fly with, check for frequent flyer and membership schemes. Not only will you be on the email list for price alerts, but in some cases you can qualify for an instant price discount of up to 10% just by registering as a member.

Flexibility

Being flexible about when you can fly will often help secure you a better deal. The days that airlines have the most difficulty filling seats are Tuesdays and Wednesdays so fares will often be reduced on these days. If at all possible, avoid school holidays. Airlines are businesses and they are there to make money. As unscrupulous as it seems, demand for seats rises at times when families want to travel and airlines will put the price of seats up accordingly.

Many flight prices also depend on which airport you fly from. Being prepared to travel a little distance away from your local airport can often secure you a much better price.

Timing

Understanding how airlines work can help you buy your ticket at the best price. Flights are released and available to book around ten months before the departure date. Airlines will price tickets quite high initially and then sit back and gauge the response. They will then introduce sale prices usually around 6 weeks before departure for any seats left. This is the optimum time to book your flight as prices will then begin to creep back up nearer to the departure date.

Flight prices are unlikely to come down in the near future. Following this advice may help you to reduce your air travel costs. Flexibility, advance planning, and a little knowledge on how airlines work, should help you to find cheaper air tickets.

Getting visa on arrival at Vietnam airport for air traveller

Getting visa on arrival at international airports of Vietnam is also preferable option to reduce cost for air travellers. The fee to get visa on arrival Vietnam is much cheaper than getting visa at embassy or consulate. Many people choose to come to embassy or consulate to get visa because of their trust in the embassy, that’s why they ignore Vietnam visa on arrival.

In fact, Vietnam visa on arrival is very trustworthy and legitimate. There will be no one who dares to make a fake approval letter to cheat you some dollars to be accused of a serious crime.

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Preparation For Your Bon Voyage

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If this is your first time traveling outside the United States, there are a few things you need to know before you embark on your trip. For one thing, a passport is required to travel outside the country, even if you are traveling to Mexico or Canada. You also need to know if a visa is required too. Places like Australia require a tourist visa in order for you to enter their country. Their travel visas can be obtained electronically for a low fee.

Another thing that you need to be aware of is the immunization requirements that may be needed. Australia doesn't require them but will recommend certain ones if you haven't had them done. Of special concern are mosquitoes that can carry diseases like the Ross River virus and the Murray Valley encephalitis. They recommend carrying a mosquito repellant.

Check with your health insurance to see if they will cover you in a foreign country. If there is no coverage, you may seriously want to obtain travel insurance just to be on the safe side. If you should happen to have an accident while abroad and don't have coverage, you are expected to pay for your medical costs upfront and with cash or a credit card.

You also need to be aware of what you can bring into the country as you will have to declare items in customs. Firearms, drugs, fruit, vegetables, wildlife and plant life are examples of things that are usually not allowed into a country. You will have to declare any prescription drugs, herbal and vitamin supplements. A doctor's note may also be required.

Baggage requirements on overseas flights are different than domestic. In some cases, carry-on baggage is restricted to one and can be a lot smaller than what is allowed on domestic flights.

Your curling iron, phones and computers will need adapters for that country in order to be able to plug them in and use them. Curling irons and hair dryers especially will not only need a plug adapter but also a voltage converter. Newer electronic equipment may not need the converter if it says 100-240V.

Check on whether you can use your debit card or credit card abroad. Some ATMs overseas require longer pin numbers, so you will need to change it before you leave.

If you use your smart phone abroad , it can cost a lot, so be careful. You can check to see if your phone plan offers global messaging or if there are phone apps that offer international texting for reasonable fees. Use SKYPE instead for free service.

Familiarize yourself with the driving rules of the road for that country. Things will be in kilometers instead of miles. In Australia, driving is on the left side of the road.

As a visitor, you are to abide by the laws of that country.  Remember you are a guest in a foreign land, not the United States. You will not have the protection of U.S. laws on your side.

On your return to the U.S., you are required to declare everything that you bought overseas.  If you exceed your personal exemption limit, you are expected to pay taxes and fees on those purchases when you go through customs.

It pays to do the preparation for your bon voyage, otherwise you may find yourself in a difficult situation that you could have easily avoided.

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The Basics Of Long-Term Budget Travel

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What Is Budget Travel?

Budget travel is like a strange hybrid between normal, everyday living and taking an extended vacation. The purpose of budget travel is to curb daily costs as much as possible in order to stretch the travel duration to several weeks or even many months. Latin America and Southeast Asia are the most common regions for budget travel, because the day-to-day cost of living is so low that people can explore for 2-3 months for as little as $1000. This form of travel is especially popular among recent high school and college graduates as well as professionals who do remote work online, often known as “digital nomads.”

Budget Travel vs. Traditional Vacationing

Standard package vacations and budget travel adventures represent two separate ends of the travel spectrum. The differences between the two are so great that people usually fall into one camp or the other. Someone who loves all-inclusive Caribbean vacations would most likely hate the life of a budget traveler. The opposite is also true. What exactly are the differences?

The most noticeable difference is in accommodation types. Standard vacations typically involve a plush hotel, resort, or cruise ship cabin, with swimming pools and room service and exotic frozen drinks. The budget traveler makes a great sacrifice here, opting instead for cheaper options such as hostels, guesthouses and beach-side bungalows. While package vacations offer hotel rooms from a hundred dollars upward per night, a dorm bed in a Thai hostel can go for as low as five dollars. This difference is huge, and allows budget travelers to travel for much longer for a fraction of the cost.

Other small differences are numerous. Budget travelers typically carry everything in large, high-capacity backpacks to allow them to move from city to city in a practical manner. Package vacationers, since they are usually in one hotel for their entire stay, tend to pack everything in one or more suitcases. Dining is also quite different for a budget traveler, who seeks cheap, local cuisine or street food over the tourist restaurants found near resort areas.

Going Long Term: The Costs of Budget Travel

The costs of a long-term budget excursion varies widely depending on the region. Southeast Asia and Latin America are on the low-end of the scale, and daily costs can be as low as $10-20. Japan, Australia, New Zealand, North America and Western Europe are at the very top of the scale, with daily costs ranging anywhere from $50-100. West Asia, China and Eastern Europe fall somewhere in the middle.

Passports, visas and travel vaccinations should also be taken into account. A United States passport can be obtained for less than $100 and tourist visas, depending on the country, can range from $20-100. There are also many countries that grant tourists a free visa upon arrival at the airport. Recommended vaccines vary wildly depending on the region, with some costing over $500. Tropical and developing countries carry higher risks for infectious diseases such as malaria and Japanese encephalitis.

A New Outlook On Life

Traveling long-term on the cheap is almost always a very rewarding experience. Since budget travelers are away from the big resorts, they experience more of the local culture and in the process learn much more about the world. The budget travel community is huge, and many lasting friendships have been made by people from different countries meeting each other along the way. A six-month trip abroad is something that will leave a lasting impression, with countless memories and a fresh outlook on life. 

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Marry A Foreigner In Vietnam

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If you're thinking about getting married in Vietnam, you need to know how to go about doing it. There are different marriage laws in every country, and in order to avoid legal complications with your happy new spouse, you should go about them properly from the beginning. Here's what you need to know...

Marriage Process
First, you should check with your Vietnamese intended spouse to make sure they know where to file the application for marriage. If they live in Ho Chi Minh City, it should be the Principal Registrar's Office located there. You will need: an application for marriage (this form is available at the Principal Registrar's Office), and notarized photocopies of your passport, birth certificate, and visa registered at the entry/exit control office. You will also need medical certificates for marriage and any death certificates or divorce decrees issues. Finally, you need an authenticated statement from your state's local registrar of marriage that says there is no record of a previous marriage for the past two years.

Instead of a certificate of no impediment to marriage, which does not exist in the USA, you will need to sign an Affidavit of Eligibility to Marry at the US Embassy in Vietnam, which is located in Hanoi at 7 Lang Ha, Ba Dinh District. The signature and Embassy seal must also be authenticated by the Consular Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at 6 Chu Van An Street, Hanoi, which is only open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8 AM to 11:30 AM.

Finally, the authenticated statement from the registrar of marriage must also be authenticated by your state Secretary of State's office, by the US Department of State's authentication office at 515 23rd Street, NW SA-1, in Washington, DC, and by the Vietnamese embassy at 1233 20th Street, NW - Suite 501, also in Washington, DC.

Helpful Tips

* The original registrar's statement from your local state cannot be more than three months old, or the Vietnamese authorities will not accept it. This may take some prior planning!

* The easiest way to ensure you can get the paperwork to and from where it needs to go without omitting anything (as you may be able to complete parts of the process by mail) is to phone the Vietnamese Embassy in Washington, DC, at (202) 861-0737 ext 122.

* Don't forget the psychiatrist's evaluation as part of the marriage process! You need a certificate of good mental health to confirm that you have no mental illnesses, or a mental problem that will not lead to you losing consciousness of your own actions.

The process of marrying a Vietnamese national can seem long and overly complicated, so don't be afraid to ask for help along the way. Make sure you have all your paperwork organized and double-check deadlines and waiting or processing times so you can be sure the marriage process will go ahead smoothly.

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Shades Of Influence-The American Press In Vietnam

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The war in Vietnam was an experience that has affected American society as a whole for the last forty years. Many American lives were lost or ruined during this dark time in our nation’s history. It was a bitter war, fought without the backing of the American public as a majority; thus the conflict spawned many radical anti-government groups who openly displayed their distrust. 

The United States became a chaotic, divided nation during the height of the Vietnam era, fueled by the loss of young American lives without reason. What caused this division in American society? What happened to American patriotism during Vietnam? What were the goals that warranted such loss of American lives? The answer to many of these questions mainly lies in the advancement of American journalism from the Korean War to the Vietnam Era (1951-1965).  For American journalists and broadcasting networks, the Vietnam War was a hot news topic during the 1960’s and the early 1970’s. With the advancement in film technology and “on location” footage, the press quickly reported all successes and failures resulting from the war. This allowed Americans to experience more combat reporting and news coverage than any previous American military action in our nation’s history. The American public forged strong opinions as a result.

Every evening during the 1960’s and early 1970’s, the Vietnam War was brought into the homes of millions worldwide. The press, in many ways portrayed the Vietnam War as polarized in both the military and political spheres. Reporters would ask questions to American soldiers concerning the legitimacy of the war, sometimes forcing the soldiers to make a political stand. This tactic could easily influence those viewing back home, forming opinions both positive and negative toward the war. The press easily influenced viewers through the expression of one’s emotions, namely the American soldier who was caught in the middle asked to make a choice during the heat of battle. The political motives behind the Vietnam War were constantly analyzed in the American press. The “Domino Theory” of Communist proliferation was the nucleus of political debate. The official government reasoning behind American military action in Vietnam was to prevent the spread of Communism throughout Southeast Asia. As the war stretched throughout a decade, many questions arose concerning the legitimacy of our military involvement in Vietnam. The loss of American lives was astounding, and caused many in the press to ask if the ends justified the means.  Although it would seem that this type of questioning by the American press was an organized plan to influence the American public, the networks were never so organized to hatch such a plan. Network reporters did much of the reporting from “the field” during the Vietnam War. These reporters had no time for network influence or political slant in their footage. Though their dialogue would sometimes seem anti-war in their reporting, there was too much detachment for organized media propaganda. Freelance reporters were the most independent, usually reporting for documentaries, they entered the Vietnam War and became entrenched with the soldiers in the bush, in their base-camps, and in the major cities. They reported exactly what they saw and usually excluded question that were leading or served an agenda politically. These were the reporters who faced the same risks as American solders in combat. The American public formulated its opinion from both sources as the Vietnam War went on.

The Vietnam War brought radical changes in the American public’s view of American soldiers in combat. It has remained so since; every conflict involving the use of American soldier, both men and women, since the Vietnam War has received the highest scrutiny. Would the American involvement in WW2 be different if Americans were able to view the battle of Iwo Jima on national TV? It is possible, as well as every American conflict prior to the Vietnam War. The Vietnam War ushered in a new age of journalism. The American public used the press as a basis for their opinions. This was not due to the press intentionally influencing the American public, but mainly because this was a new era in journalism that caused Americans to react in different ways. The American people formulated their own beliefs concerning the Vietnam War based on the reports they received from the press throughout the entire conflict. The negative reactions from the public concerning America’s involvement in Vietnam resulted from the United States government’s official policy concerning the spread of Communism through Southeast Asia. These reactions were not necessarily fueled by the press through influence or propaganda, but were the result of growing resentment by the American people concerning the staggering loss of American lives in the Vietnam War.
Written by: Jssescribe - Freelance Writer

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War As A Tourist Attraction: Vietnam

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The remnants of the Vietnam War are now a significant source of tourist dollars.  The landscape of Vietnam remains scarred by barbed wire, aircraft hangars, and rusting tanks.  Centuries of war waged on Vietnamese soil ties tourists from not only the United States, but France, Russia, and Chinese visitors as well.  It is the rare Vietnamese city that bears no reminder of some sort of colonialist war.

These tourist attractions are a significant source of income for Vietnamese citizens who are likely owed the money as reparation for the millions of Vietnamese who have perished during these international conflicts.  Tourists are now flooding sites that once served as prisons, escape routes, and major battlefields.  As history buffs hunger for more information and a firsthand experience of this war-torn land, the popularity of these attractions belie the horrors that took place there and are fresh enough to be painful memories for many native Vietnamese citizens.

Vietnam’s place as a tourist destination has been the result of an increasing friendliness to foreign visitors.  Certainly, Vietnam has a cultural history equally as rich of its Asian neighbors, including historical palaces and picturesque backdrops, but the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) tours remain the most popular destinations for tourists.  These tours include bouncing along dusty roads in search of abandoned battlefields where American tanks, guns, and skeletal structures destroyed by bombs are found.  The surrounding fields even still hide unexploded land mines that occasionally claim another local life. 

The Vietnamese themselves, wracked by centuries of warfare, appear to be far too accepting of the flooding of tourists mainly interested in their national misery.  Perhaps this is because International tourism, as morbid as it seems, is good for the Vietnamese economy.  The Vietnamese have even adopted an attitude of enhancing the war tourism industry by preserving these reminders of death and war for viewing by their international visitors.  One of the most popular destinations is the former Museum of American War Crimes in Ho Chi Minh city which has been renamed the War Remnants Museum where gory representations of torture and execution have been staged using life-like mannequins and bleak prison scenes. 

The renaming of such attractions is highly representative of the Vietnamese willingness to make the best of their history.  Certainly fewer tourists are as inflamed by the name War Remnants as they would likely be by the War Crimes reference.  Representations of war have even become politically correct in Vietnam.  The Vietnamese have also collected and preserved hundreds of war remnants that include tanks, bombs, shells, and the twisted wreckages of many a downed war aircraft, in addition to such memorabilia as soda cans, dogtags, cigarette lighters, and other discarded possessions.  The Vietnamese have even made an industry out of selling copies of these “antique” items.

Of course, the Vietnamese war insults didn’t start with the Americans.  The Vietnamese have also chosen to showcase their long history of revolutionary conflict by preserving war memorabilia that dates all the way back to the early 19th century.  It is possible that the Vietnamese are displaying a highly adaptive behavior by marketing their war-torn history.  Certainly they are entrepreneurial enough to realize that a market definitely exists for their product. 

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HCM City Needs 27,000 More Hotel Rooms

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VietNamNet Bridge – HCMC will need around 27,000 more hotel rooms, with around 6,700 rooms meeting three- to five-star standards, to accommodate some seven million international tourists and 24 million domestic ones in 2020.

Truong Vinh Tho, head of the Hotel Division under the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism, said that the hotel room demand was calculated based on the tourist growth, accommodation demand and the average length of stay.

The current growth is around 10% per year for international arrivals and a slightly lower growth for domestic tourists. However, the calculation of hotel room supply is based on average growth rates of 8% and 6% for the numbers of international and domestic tourists respectively.

The average length of stay is 2.6 days for international tourists and 2.5 days for domestic tourists.
Tho said such figures on hotel room demand and the growth of tourist arrivals are included in the draft plan on hotel system development until 2015 and a vision towards 2020 which will be submitted to the HCMC government this quarter.

HCMC currently has around 40,900 rooms, with 4,622 rooms of 61 three-star hotels, 2,114 rooms of 15 four-star hotels and 4,587 rooms of 14 five-star hotels. The remaining number of rooms belongs to hotels of lower quality.

According to Tho, the development pace in the hotel sector in HCMC has slowed down in recent years, and most of the hotel projects are implemented slowly due to capital shortage and slow site clearance.

Several five-star hotel projects such as the expansion of Majestic and Kim Do hotels and the construction of Pullman hotel have fallen behind schedule. In addition, the number of investors interested in this sector is fewer, Tho said.

“HCMC was expected to have 11 more hotels last year, but only two hotels were finished at the year’s end. However, I believe that the implementation progress will be accelerated as existing investors are determined to speed up their unfinished projects,” he said.

Although HCMC has planned to locate hotel projects in District 7 and District 2, investors still prefer developing projects in downtown areas like District 1 and District 3. In District 1 alone, there are 5-6 high-end hotels under progress, according to Tho.

HCMC attracted over one million international tourists in the first quarter, and the average room occupancy rate at three- to five-star hotels has reached 68-70%.
Source: SGT

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Common Mistakes Of Applying For A Vietnam Visa

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There are 5 common mistakes an applicant usually make when apply for a Vietnam visa. After reading those tips, you can easily  avoid normal unnecessary troubles which may cost you more time and expense:

1 -Getting visa on arrival without applying online: many travelers believe that they can obtain a Vietnam visa directly at Vietnam airports without applying for an approval letter. No good can come from this since it is not true at all. You may be ended up with the delaying or cancelling of your flight or you have to search everywhere on the internet to find an online agent to give you a rush visa . As a result, we strongly suggest that you should apply online for your approval letter at our website in advance so that you can pick up your visa at one of three main Vietnam international airports ( Tan Son Nhat airport, Noi Bai airport, Da Nang airport).

 2 – Get visa on arrival at the border: we would like to stress the point that Visa on arrival is only applicable for those who travel by air. In other words, there will be no visa on arrival at the border. So if you travel by any other kinds of transportation, you can’t get this kind of visa. In case you don’t enter Vietnam by air, contact us in advance to ask for procedure of getting a visa by land.

3 – Spelling or Typo mistakes: many applicants fill in the Application form with WRONG details: full name, passport number or date of birth. Normally, no serious problems come from this. However, you might get trouble at the departure airport if the information on your approval letter doesn’t match those in your passport. Therefore, entering everything correctly and carefully is the best way because it not only takes you just a little time but also prevents you from getting unexpected problems.

4 – Arrival date: you as well as so many other travelers may think that the visa validity starts from the date a traveler enters Vietnam, not the date he or she provides in the application form. However, it is not true at all. Please be aware that your visa validity commences from the date you provided earlier, not the date you will enter Vietnam. It’s our suggestion that you should make a clear plan about the date you will enter Vietnam before deciding to order a visa for your smooth trip.

5 – Visa extension: most travelers have the belief that it is easy to extend a visa so they don’t pay much attention about which kind of visa they must choose. For example, if they are not sure about how long they will stay in Vietnam, they can apply for a 1 month visa first, after that they can extend their visa if  they have to stay in Vietnam more than that period (as they think extending visa process is simple and fast). However, please note that it is not as easy as you think it is supposed to be. In fact, extending a visa may cost you much expense and time-consuming too.

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Basic Knowledge For Getting A Vietnam Visa

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Vietnam has a restricted number of countries which is offered visa exemptions. Please check the list of those countries and types of exemptions at the box Vietnam visa requirement at our homepage.

Normally, most travellers to Vietnam need a visa. You should contact a travel agent to be instructed about this, or you can go directly to a Vietnamese embassy or consulate in your country if it is convenient for you to come. It takes time for Embassies/consulates time to process your requests. When you obtain your visa, remember to check the entry and exit dates carefully. Mistakes must be corrected before your arrive in Vietnam; otherwise you may not be allowed to enter the country.

Vietnam visas can also be arranged for collection on arrival – but this process must be started before your trip to Vietnam.You will not be able to get on your plane if you don't have a correct letter of authorization to get a visa on arrival. To get a visa for Vietnam on arrival, an authorization letter must be obtained first. This can be organised through online agencies such evisa.vn or gettingvietnamvisa.com and must be carried with your original passport at time of check-in.

These companies will accept travel details and payment online with a general processing time of around 1-2 business days or 3 days at the latest.

It's is critical to the visa process to ensure that the details are correct – especially the date of arrival and date of exit. There is no problem if the entry date is several days before the intended arrival, or several days after the intended date of departure. Last but not least, your passport must have at least 6 months validity.
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Go For A Vietnam Visa Today at eVisa.VN

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Are you making a plan to visit Vietnam? Are you worrying about how to get a Vietnam visa? Please have no worry since you can now get your Vietnam visa very easily with the service of getting visa on arrival at www.gettingvietnamvisa.com

Not only give a helpful guidance step by step but this site will also be available 24 hours to assist you the most. First of all, you need to log into the website. There you would be regaled with a host of responses which should broadly satisfy all your queries regarding your Vietnam visa. You can even call up at their toll free number if you still have any unanswered questions about your visa.

What you need to do is filling into the application form on the site, and then getting the service fee paid. Within 24 hours after the payment, you will receive an approval letter. This site is belonged to a reliable firm and you can trust in its quality of services. If you choose to fly to Vietnam with your family and want to get a multiple, this firm also provides the same procedures. Once you have paid them the service fees and filled up the application form, the same would be verified in very little time and your details sent to the Vietnam’s Immigration Department. Once this process is completed you will get an e-mail notifying so and you will get your visa on arrival.

When working with this company, you can be assured that you will receive the best service of this regard. Once you get show the e-mail signaling the confirmation of your visa at the International airport, would your visa be stamped on to your passport. Thereafter you would be required to pay the visa fees to the Immigration Officer making the process complete.

Vietnam is an open country and would like people from all over the world to visit them, whether for business purpose or for pure traveling proposes, and getting the Vietnam visa  has become really simple over the years.

In addition to the visa service, this site will also guide the travelers what they need in their trip including the tourist destinations, currencies, time zone differences, rule and allowed regulation to be followed of the country your visit. There cannot be a better friend, philosopher and guide for anybody visiting Vietnam, and especially for the first time.   For a very small amount of fee, all your travails regarding your visa and stay in Vietnam would be take care of. Do not hesitate, in case you always wanted to visit Vietnam, but never knew from where to get guidance for the same, get in touch with info@evisa.vn today.
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Three month multiple visa on arrival is still available for travellers to vietnam

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Recently, some news regarding visa on arrival are posted on several web pages stating that 3 month multiple entry Vietnam visa on arrival will not be accepted at Vietnam airports anymore. To obtain a 3 month multi entry visa, applicants have to visit a Vietnam embassy or consulate in advance.

Being one of the most common types of visa on arrival, three month multiple entry visa is a favorite choice for both tourists and businessmen having the needs of visiting Vietnam plenty of times within 3 months. Along with the development of Vietnam visa on arrival service, the numbers of application forms of this visa type are more and more increasing.

The news stating that three month multiple entry visa is not accepted at Vietnam airports and this news attracts much concern from those in need of obtaining it to enter Vietnam. Although people can still be granted this visa type at an embassy, tourists also find this news a trouble since the embassy is not always near their current staying. Other travellers say that they prefer applying for a visa online as they are afraid of walking to and fro for visa procedures.

We are happy to give official announcement that we are still providing 3 month multiple entry Vietnam visa on arrival as normal. You don't have to spend hours on searching for a company capable of arranging it for you anymore. Within 1-2 working days, the approval letter for getting your 3 month multi entry visa will be sent to you from our email address info@evisa.vn 
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Is The Vietnam Visa On Arrival Program Trustworthy

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One of the most important lessons travelers learn is that they should work only with trustworthy individuals and companies. Whether it is booking a hotel room, finding a great rental car or securing travel documents, travelers need to be careful.

When it comes to travel documents, it is even more important to exercise caution. After all, not securing the right travel documents could end your trip before it even begins. If you have traveled internationally before, chances are you already have a valid passport, but if you are planning a trip to a more exotic destination, you might find that you need additional documentation, like a valid entry visa.

If you are planning to travel to Vietnam, you will need a valid entry visa in addition to a passport. Many new travelers are intimidated by this visa requirement, but it is really quite simple to obtain the documentation you need, even before you leave home.

There are a number of ways to get the entry visa you need to travel to Vietnam, but not all options are equally convenient. One choice is to travel to an embassy, where you can present your identification and get the entry visa you need.

The problem is that many people do not live anywhere near an embassy. If you live in a major city, you may be lucky enough to have an embassy within a reasonable driving distance. If not, you could be looking at a long drive, or a costly plane ticket, just to get to the embassy. Once there, you could face further obstacles in the form of limited hours and low staffing levels.

The good news is  that you do not need to travel to a far off embassy to get the travel documents you need to enter the country of Vietnam. The government of Vietnam has created a program known as the Vietnam visa on arrival. This program allows travelers to submit their identification documents to an authorized travel agency and receive an official letter. When the traveler arrives in Vietnam, he or she presents that official letter and receives an entry visa. The process is designed to be simple, easy to understand, and very streamlined.

Some first time travelers to Vietnam may wonder if the Vietnam visa on arrival program is trustworthy and legitimate. The truth is that this program has been designed by the Vietnamese government, and the officials at all airports in Vietnam are well aware of it and have a thorough understanding of how it works. That means you can rest assured that your arrival letter will be honored when you arrive at the airport in Vietnam. You can simply get your official approval letter, put it with your passport and board your flight. Then when you arrive, you can disembark, present your letter, go through customs and be on your way.

For Vietnam visa inquiry or support, please email to info@evisa.vn
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Is the vietnam visa on arrival program legitimate ?

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If you are planning a business trip or family vacation to Vietnam, you probably have a great many questions, including how much the trip is likely to cost and what cities you plan to visit while you are there. You may also have a lot of questions about the entry requirements for the country of Vietnam, and it is important to get those questions answered before you buy your airline tickets, book your hotel and head out to your local airport.

There are a number of ways to get the paperwork you need to enter the country of Vietnam for a business trip or personal vacation. You obviously need a passport to enter the country, and if you have traveled internationally before you probably already have one. But the country of Vietnam imposes a few additional requirements for business and leisure travelers, and it is important to be prepared for those differences.

In addition to your passport, you need to have a legitimate visa in order to enter the country of Vietnam. There are a number of ways to get the visa you need, including traveling to an embassy to get the required document. The problem is that many people do not have easy access to a local embassy, and that can make it difficult to get the travel documents you need.

That is why the country of Vietnam allows business travelers and leisure tourists to obtain the entry visa they need when they arrive at the airport in Vietnam. The Vietnam visa on arrival program has been approved by the Vietnam Immigration Department, an arm of the Vietnamese government. The fact that this program has been approved by the government of Vietnam shows that it is a legitimate service, not a scam like some unscrupulous travel operators have claimed.

One important thing to keep in mind about the Vietnam visa on arrival program is that all of the paperwork is prepared and documentation verified before the traveler ever leaves his or her home country. The fact that the paperwork has all been completed and everything is in order ahead of time makes it easy for the government officials to process those travel documents when the business person or leisure traveler steps off the plane.

With the Vietnam visa on arrival program, the person traveling simply disembarks from his or her flight, then steps up to a special area of the airport reserved for visa processing. Since all of the paperwork has already been received by the government of Vietnam, there is little else that is needed to process the entry visa and allow the travelers to be on their way.

Unfortunately, some people have claimed that the Vietnam visa on arrival program is not legitimate, and that the approval letters that are being provided to tourists are not real. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth. Any travel agency or individual who misrepresents the visa on arrival program or produces fake approval letters is subject to criminal sanctions, including substantial jail time. In simple terms, the risk is simply too great for anyone to even try to cheat the system.

That is because the same immigration officials that are in charge of the Vietnam visa on arrival program are also in charge of policing the airports and enforcing travel restrictions. These officials are very good at their jobs, and they understand the program, and the people who provide legitimate services to business travelers and tourists, very well.

We are not aware of what embassies and others have been saying about the Vietnam visa on arrival program, the approval letters we provide, or our other services, so we are unable to comment on the specifics. We can, however, assure all of our clients and potential clients that our service is legitimate, and that all of our travelers get exactly what they pay for. We take our responsibility seriously, and we would never jeopardize our relationship with our clients, or our connection with the government officials in Vietnam.

We remain committed to helping our clients get the travel documents they need, no matter what the time frame they are operating under. The visa requirements imposed by the country of Vietnam can make it difficult for both business and leisure travelers, especially those travelers who live far from the nearest embassy. The Vietnam visa on arrival program, and the approval letters we provide, allow those travelers to plan their trips with confidence, knowing that everything will be in order when their flights arrive in the beautiful country of Vietnam.

For Vietnam visa inquiry or support, please email to info@evisa.vn
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Is the vietnam visa on arrival program a scam ?

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If you have been planning a business trip or personal vacation to the country of Vietnam, you have probably been doing a lot of research. From the cost of essentials like hotel rooms, meals out and transportation to the must-see sites in each city and town, it is only natural to want to learn as much about your destination as you can.

One thing you will obviously need to know is what kinds of travel documents you will need to enter the country of Vietnam and move around during your vacation or business trip. You obviously need a passport to enter Vietnam, but you also need to have a valid visa to enter the country.

In doing your research, you may have learned that the country of Vietnam has implemented a program designed to make it easier for travelers, especially travelers who do not live close to an embassy, to get the visas they need to get into the country. This program is known as the Vietnam visa on arrival program, and travelers can arrange to get an approval letter before they leave their home country. Those travelers can then present their approval letter, get their entry visas and be on their way.

You may have heard some rumblings lately that this program, and the approval letters provided by companies like ours, is a scam. It seems that some embassies have been spreading rumors saying that the approval letters companies like ours provide to travelers are fakes, and that our services are not legitimate.
We do not know the specifics of these rumors, so we are unable to comment on exactly what was said. We do, however, feel compelled to respond to these unsubstantiated rumors, and we feel that it is important to reassure our clients that our services are completely legitimate.

It is important for our clients and potential clients to understand that the visa on arrival program and the approval letters have both been approved by the Vietnam Immigration Department, a branch of the Vietnamese government. This is not a program that we invented. Instead, it is a legitimate service, approved by the government of Vietnam, that we are able to offer our clients.

It is also important to keep in mind that there are strict penalties for the abuse of this program, and we would go to jail if we failed to live up to the promises we make to our clients. That is because the authorities in Vietnam are responsible for policing the program, and those same police are on duty at the airports where the Vietnam visa on arrival program is put into practice.

If you are planning to travel to Vietnam for business or pleasure, you can obtain the entry visa you need by visiting an embassy, and many travelers who live close to embassies still choose to do so. There are a number of problems with this approach, however, starting with the fact that much of the population does not live within comfortable driving distance of an embassy. Even for those who do live nearby, it can be difficult to find the time to get the visa, since those embassies often have limited hours that conflict with work schedules. For those travelers, the Vietnam visa on arrival program, and the approval letters we provide, allow travelers to travel to Vietnam with confidence. Far from being a scam, this service is a legitimate way for travelers to embark on their trips without the hassle and expense of visiting an embassy.

For Vietnam visa inquiry or support, please email to info@evisa.vn
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