Vietnam Embassy In Slovakia Enables Slovak Passport Holders To Get A Visa To Vietnam

Over the last 65 years, the friendship and multi-faceted cooperation between Vietnam and Slovakia have been further enhanced and consolidated. Both nations attach much importance to their traditional amity.

October 22, 2017 / / —

The two countries agreed to focus their strengths on promoting many fields such as economy, politics, education, tourism, etc. One of the first acts Vietnam government made to make this happen was the official opening of their embassy in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. As a result, Slovak citizens can come directly to the Vietnam Embassy in their country to apply for a visa to Vietnam with ease.

Visa is a must-have document when traveling to other countries, especially to Vietnam. Apart from those whose countries are included in the visa exemption list, a valid visa will be required to all foreigners regardless of their purpose of traveling.

Citizens of Slovakia who plan to pay Vietnam a visit can contact the Vietnam Embassy in Bratislava by using the information below.

• Address: No. 15 Dunajska Str., Bratislava, PO Box: 81108, Slovakia
• Telephone: (+421) 252451263
• Fax: (+421) 252451273
• Consular: (+421) 252451276
• Email: vnembassy_sk@yahoo.com
• Website: www.vietnamembassy-slovakia.vn

In order to obtain a visa at the Embassy of Vietnam, visitors must prepare their passport with more than six months of validity, an application form which is filled by their information and signature, two standard-sized photos plus cash for the service fee.

Slovak residents should bear in mind that prior to their coming to the closest Vietnam Embassy, they need to contact them for more accurate details since the fees and procedures to get Vietnam visa are different from each embassy and nation. Moreover, it would be a wise thing to do to send all necessary documents to the embassy at the same time as the visa request of applicants will be invalid if they miss any requirement. Travelers are also recommended not to reserve any plane ticket since their visa could be denied or lengthen by the embassy. In this case, the Embassy of Vietnam will not take any responsibility if travelers cannot board the airplane.

The advantage of obtaining a visa to Vietnam at the embassy is that Slovak inhabitants can get visa stamped into their original passport before their flight. Moreover, they can directly handle the process of acquiring visa with the Vietnam Embassy in their residing country.

However, apart from all the benefits that people can reap from this method of getting visa, it also comes with several disadvantages. First, it takes a lot of time for Slovak passport holders to go to the Vietnam Embassy in their nation to request visa. Second, in case travelers living far from the location of the embassy, it could be very hard and inconvenient for them. Moreover, they are required to send their passport away which means there are chances that their passport might be lost during the delivery. The time for the embassy to process the visa application also takes a long time.

Therefore, if by any chance Slovak citizens do not want to apply for this visa due to the drawbacks mentioned above, they could go for other ways of obtaining visa which are on arrival visa for Vietnam or e-visa.

For more details of applying visa to Vietnam without the needs of going to Vietnam Embassy and other complicated processes, people can visit website http://www.greenvisa.io

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