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From New Zealand, you can get a visa to Vietnam by two options

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New Zealand is not in the list of Vietnam visa exemption. Therefore, every New Zealander is required a valid visa to enter Vietnam.

 

Option 1: Get Vietnam Entry Visa at Vietnam Embassy in New Zealand:

You can apply for Visa to Vietnam at Vietnam Embassy/Consulate in New Zealand:

However, it may take you 2-5 working days to get Vietnam Visa at Vietnam Embassy in New Zealand.

 

Option 2: Get Vietnam Visa on Arrival:

Visa on arrival – the visa picked up at arrival airport – is offered to all of those who are the New Zealander passport holders. This kind of method is created to make the New Zealander trip to Vietnam simpler and more economical. It is applicable for those travelling by air to Vietnam.

Visa on arrival is a special advantage for those who live far from the Vietnam Embassy/Consulate in New Zealand. The applicants neither have to go to the Embassy nor have to send out the passport. By using this way of getting Vietnam Visa, a New Zealander only needs at least 2 days for normal processing and 1 day for urgent processing (or only 4 working hours for super urgent service – see Super Urgent Service) to get a pre-approval letter issued by Vietnam Immigration Department which is an official permission of getting visa upon arrival.

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How to get pre-approval letter and visa?

You go online at https://vietnam-visa.co.nz fill in the secure form, make service payment, and just wait for 2 working days (normal service) or within 1 working day (urgent service) to get your Visa Approval Letter issued by Vietnam Immigration Department via emailPrint the approval letter out together with a filled entry and exit form and 2 passport sized photosGet your visa stamped at Vietnam airport checking point by submitting printed visa approval letter, passport, 2 passport-sized photos, entry and exit form, and stamping fee to the in-charge officer.

NOTES: Before applying for Vietnam visa, a New Zealander has to make sure that his/her passport has minimum 6 month validity and left pages.Visa on arrival option is ONLY applicable for New Zealanders traveling by air to Vietnam.

 

VISA FEE INSTRUCTIONS

In order to get your Vietnam visa, you should pay two kinds of fees: Service fee and Stamping fee.

1. Service fee

Service fee is the fee you pay to us for assisting you in submitting your application to the Vietnam Immigration Office and getting the visa approval letter.

Service fee needs to be paid in full in advance to process the visa approval letter in 1 working day (urgent service) or 2 working days (normal service) and 4 working hours (super urgent service). See table below for details .

2. Stamping fee

Stamping fee is the fee you pay directly to Immigration Officers in cash (in USD or VND) (at Immigration Desk/Counter) at your arrival airport in Vietnam to have visa stamped onto your passport.

The fee is collected by the Immigration Officers and compulsory for all those who use visa on arrival method. See table below for details.

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FEE FOR TOURIST VISAS is in U.S Currency
For Online website which I recommend and use

1 month single Entry US$21.00 (Cost as of 29/08/2018)
Plus Stamping Fee US$25.00

1 Month Multiple Entry US$26.00 (Can leave the country and re-enter)
Plus Stamping Fee US$50.00

Please visit https://vietnam-visa.co.nz for further details

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I have always used this direct online Visa Vietnamese Website as it is the best, and super easy. And has great extra V.I.P options upon International Airport arrival

Also I recommend to choose to use the extra services that they offer such as personalised Airport Pickup. VIP Service as shown here on there link https://www.vietnam-visa.com/extra-services

NOTE: This VIP service is great.

You must also download and complete the Visa Application form as shown in the photos. These are to be completed and held onto by you prior to your landing. Must include 2 passport photos. This form will be given to the immigration officer or if you have chosen the VIP services the person to meet you on arrival will take those forms.

NOTE: If you have chosen the VIP service you will need to give the person who meets you the Stamp Fee along with your paperwork and passport

Please visit https://www.vietnam-visa.com for all further information regarding Vietnam Visa Entry

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