Step-By-Step Guidelines For Sri Lankan Passport Owners To Obtain Vietnam Visa On Arrival

Sri Lankan nowadays has two obtainable ways to acquire Vietnam visa. Travelers can apply for visa on arrival via a travel agency or request directly at the Embassy. Sri Lankan should know some basic requirements below no matter which method they choose to apply.

October 13, 2017 / / —

Step-By-Step Guidelines For Sri Lankan Passport Owners To Obtain Vietnam Visa On Arrival
Sri Lankan nowadays has two obtainable ways to acquire Vietnam visa. Travelers can apply for visa on arrival via a travel agency or request directly at the Embassy. Sri Lankan should know some basic requirements below no matter which method they choose to apply.

Vietnam and Sri Lanka bilateral relations have been expanding in all sections including security and political, trade and economic, science and education, culture, religion and especially tourism. Both countries are committed to a closer bilateral collaboration in all aspects. Especially, Sri Lanka is one of the earliest nation that has the relations with Vietnam.

Despite the fact that Vietnam visa on arrival (VOA) was legally published since 2000, foreign travelers consisting of Sri Lankan citizens still have lots of questions about this visa type. Generally, passengers who want to obtain a Vietnam visa need to go to the Vietnam Embassy directly and satisfy their conditions. Due to a significant number of people queuing to enroll the visa, the Vietnam government plan to provide comforts for visitors by offering Vietnam visa on arrival as a great alternative solution for busy people.

These days, visitors will find lots of travel agents like Greenvisa.io – a government-authorized company that can process Vietnam visa online for residents from more than 160 nations throughout the world. No matter which company they select, Sri Lankan citizens need to finalize three following stages.

Firstly, Sri Lankans who would like to get Vietnam visa is expected to complete the Vietnam visa application form on the internet (Click here to check out the form) by writing down their personal details. Sri Lankan passport holders should make sure that this info has to be exactly the same as what has been written in the original passport. Additionally, in this stage, applicants have to pay for the services and Greenvisa agency also allows all main types of bank cards, including Paypal.

Secondly, if the payment and the submission of the application are entirely successful, then Sri Lankan citizens will get an approval letter. To the next step at the airport, applicants are required to prepare two passport standard sized photos, money for stamping fees and print all PDF file of relevant documents.

Finally, after coming at the Vietnam external airport, visitors are required to provide all necessary paperwork to the Immigration Department officers and pay for the stamping fees. Shortly after about 15 minutes of processing, Sri Lankan citizens will get their visa.

Nevertheless, Sri Lankan residents have to take note some critical conditions to this sort of visa to stay away from the refusal of an invalid visa at the Vietnam airport. Sri Lankan passport holders should make sure that their passport has not less than six-month validity. It is recommended that the information filled in the Vietnam visa application form in Sri Lanka must be correct because the officers at the Vietnam international airport will reject any application which contains common mistakes including wrong info.
This information below is useful for those who want to apply for a visa at Vietnam Embassy:

• Represented: Vietnam
• Country Located in Sri Lanka
• City: Colombo
• Address: 30/5 Ward Place, Colombo 07
• Tel: 2696050 (ext: 101, 105)
• Fax: 2692040
• Website: www.vietnamembassy-srilanka.vn
• Email: vnemb.srilanka@yahoo.com
• Office hours: 02:00 pm to 5:00 pm from Monday to Friday

With more than ten years of background in handling visa on arrival to Vietnam for residents from over 190 countries throughout the world, https://www.Greenvisa.io/ makes sure to offer travelers best support and services for conveniently obtaining a visa to Vietnam in a small amount of time.

Contact Info:
Name: William S. Looney
Email: Send Email
Organization: Green Travel Universal CO., LTD.
Phone: +18882381966

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