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  1. Countries who's nationals do not require a visa are: 30 Days Thailand Burma Laos Cambodia Brunei Darussalam Malaysia Singapore Indonesia 21 Days Philippines 15 Days Denmark Finland Sweden How to apply for a Vietnam visitor visa (from Bangkok): 83/1 Wireless Road, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 1. Office hours for public : 8h30 - 11h30 ; 13h30 -16h30 from Monday to Friday. 2. Consular Section Telephone : 66 -(0) 2 - 2515836 (---37, ---38) ext. 112 (115,116) or 02 650 8979 3. General information : 1. Visa is required for all visitors (except Holders of Thai, Malaysian, Indonesian passports staying in Vietnam less than 30 days; Philippine passport holders staying in Vietnam less than 21 days) 2. Visitors can apply for Single or Multiple, 1 month, 3 months or 6 months, one year entry Visa. 3. Applicant can personally or delegate to the third person/ agency to make the procedures and get visa. 4. Following documents are requested to submit to the Embassy for all kinds of visa: -- a. The original PASSPORT, the expiry date of the passport should be at least 3 months since the date of departure from Vietnam, and with vacant pages for visa stamp. -- b. One completed application form. -- c. Two passport-size photographs: one is stapled or glued firmly to the application form. -- d. Visa fee (Visa fee should be paid in Thai Baht in cash; Holders of Diplomatic and Service Passports in official mission are exempted from visa fees; For update fee information, please contact the Visa Section). 5. The application form is available at the Embassy or can be printed out hereafter. 6. It takes 1 to 4 days to process a visa. 7. Tourist visa is valid for one month, you can ask for normal or express visa. visaapplicationformviet.pdf Sample Application Form Fees vary slightly by country so check with the embassy in the country in which you apply from for up to date prices. Other Vietnamese Embassies: Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in The United Kingdom 12 Victoria Rd London, W8 5RD, UK +44 20 79371912 http://www.vietnamembassy.org.uk/ Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in the United States of America 1233 20th St NW, Suite 400 - Washington, DC 20036 - tel. 202.861.0737 - fax 202.861.0917 info@vietnamembassy.us - consular@vietnamembassy.us http://www.vietnamembassy-usa.org/ Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in Canada 470 Wilbrod Street, Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6M8 Tel: (613) 236 0772 Fax: (613) 236 2704 Email: vietem@istar.ca http://www.vietnamembassy-canada.ca/ Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in Australia 6 Timbarra Crescent, O'Malley, ACT, 2606, Australia Phone: 61 - 2 - 62866059; 62901556 Fax: 61 - 2 - 62864534 Email : vembassy@webone.com.au Website : www.vietnamembassy.org.au Embassy of Vietnam in Welllington New Zealand Level 21, Grand Plimmer Tower, 2 Gilmer Terrace P.O. Box 8042, Welllington, New Zealand (644) 473 5912 Visa exemption for overseas Vietnamese to go ahead Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung on August 17 has signed Decision No 135/2007/QD-TTg to promulgate a new regulation that will grant visa exemptions to Overseas Vietnamese from September 1, 2007. Ethnically Vietnamese people that hold foreign passports and foreign nationals who are their husbands, wives and children will benefit from the new policy. A certificate must be obtained by the passport holders for the exemption to be utilised. The certificate will be valid for five years. Overseas Vietnamese will be granted a maximum of 90-day length of stay with extensions available inside the country. In order to be granted visa exemption certificates at Vietnamese representative offices abroad, overseas Vietnamese need to submit one of three following documents: a document that proves they are ethnically Vietnamese; a guarantee by overseas Vietnamese associations based in the country where they are residents of or by a Vietnamese citizen; and a document by authorised foreign agencies certifying that they are ethnically Vietnamese. Husbands, wives and children of Vietnamese people living abroad will also need to submit documents that prove their relationship to the Vietnamese member of their immediate family. Expecting a rush on representative offices abroad, the Committee for Overseas Vietnamese has sent 200,000 visa exemption certificates to Vietnamese embassies overseas. The move to exempt visas for overseas Vietnamese is part of the Government’s efforts to speed up the implementation of the Politburo’s Resolution No. 36 on tasks relating to overseas Vietnamese. The visas exemption policy was announced by President Nguyen Minh Triet during his visit to the US on June this year. According to the Committee for Overseas Vietnamese, there are currently close to three million overseas Vietnamese who have mostly settled in the US, France, Australia and Canada. Around 500,000 overseas Vietnamese return to Vietnam each year. (Source: VNA)
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