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Vietnam Increases Visa Fee to US$45.00

Vietnam Increases Visa Fee to US$45.00

Vietnam has been increasing international visitor numbers, but the recent decision to increase the visa fee from US$25 to a whooping $45, making it the highest visa fee of any of the ASEAN countries, is bound to affect this. Phan Thiet, Vietnam

Vietnam received some six million international visitors from January to November 2012, a year-on-year increase of 11.4%. However, visitor arrivals from traditional western markets such as Europe have remained flat.

The Government has announced a target of two million tourists by 2020 to the country’s largest island of Phu Quoc.

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  1. Dick Harney

    September 10, 2013 at 9:01 am

    Re article above: What is the Vietnamese Visa fee for Ireland for an ordinary 30 day visa including p&p?

    Thanks.

  2. Neil Steedman

    September 11, 2013 at 5:30 am

    Tourist visa

    30 Days – Single Entry – Standard service 2 weeks – €150
    30 Days – Single Entry – Express service 1 week – €165
    30 Days – Multiple Entries – Standard service 2 weeks – €185
    30 Days – Multiple Entries – Express service 1 week – €210

    90 days – Single entry – Standard service 2 weeks – €185
    90 days – Single entry – Express service 1 week – €220
    90 days – Multiple entries – Standard service 2 weeks – €220
    90 days – Multiple entries – Express service 1 week – €245

    *Please note, Embassy fee is set by the Embassies themselves and Visa First has no control over it. Usually, the Embassy fee varies according to embassy, applicant’s nationality, type and duration of visa. The prices given here consist of Visa First handling fee and embassy fee. They are for one person, inclusive of VAT and are an estimate only. Please note that, additional fees may apply. These are dependant on the way you want to receive your passport, exchange rate changes, changes in the Embassy fees etc. In the event that in your case an additional fee is due we will contact you to organize the payment in the most convenient way for you.

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Michael Flood is the Editor of Ireland's leading travel industry publication, Irish Travel Trade News. With more than 35 years experience, he has accumulated an in-depth knowledge of the airline industry and the travel and tourism world.

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