Vietnam Visa For Ukrainian Citizens Can Now Be Obtained Thanks To The Launch Of Vietnam Visa On Arrival

Over forty years have gone by since the independent day of Vietnam, the nation has rapidly developed in a variety of fields like economy, politics, training, tourism, etc. and acquired its power.

October 13, 2017 / / —

After the battle, the nation has established connections with nearly 180 countries around the world. The relationship between Vietnam along with other nations offers a substantial value towards Vietnam's development. As a result, the government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam decided to open their embassy in many countries to help foreign citizens visit and work in Vietnam more efficiently.

At the Embassy of Vietnam, the visa-processing procedure requires about five days to approach. The kind of visa that travelers are currently implementing will decide the costs. Visitors might have their visa prepared at the Embassy within their living nation in order to enter Vietnam for different reasons.

The contact info of Vietnam Embassy in Kiev, Ukraine below may help Ukrainian inhabitants and guide them the correct approach to obtain a visa to Vietnam.

• City: Kiev
• Address: 51 Tovarna Str. 01103 Kiev, UKRAINE
• Phone: (3804) 4294 8087 42950 2837 Consular: 4294 8087
• Fax: (3804) 4294 8066
• Website: www.mofa.gov.vn/mofa/en/bng_vietnam/dscqdd/ns050119142406
• Email: dsq@dsqvn.kiev.ua
• Office hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m

International travelers may visit the Vietnam Embassy in their nation and manage the whole process by requesting visa at the Embassy of Vietnam. Furthermore, Ukrainian citizens can have their passport with visa stamp before boarding the airplane to come to Vietnam.

Nevertheless, there are some drawbacks that Ukrainians will encounter whenever choosing to obtain visa at the Vietnam Embassy. The very first disadvantage is the fact that they will need to deliver their passport towards the Vietnam Embassy within their nation. This may result in leaking their private information because of some sudden facets throughout the delivering process. Ukrainian visitors will need to send all essential documents by post or drive to the closest Embassy of Vietnam. Hence, it may be excessively inconvenient for the people who are staying far from the embassy. The entire procedure can take a very long time and can be very complex for visitors to acquire visa to Vietnam. Additionally, Ukrainian travelers are recommended to find out the fees for obtaining Vietnam visa because they will be varied in each nation.

Due to these issues which make it difficult for visitors to go to Vietnam, the government chose to start a brand new program which allows foreigners to make an application for Vietnam visa online.

Using the new method of obtaining Vietnam visa, Ukrainian citizens just need to have a PC with Internet connection to accomplish the whole process within a small amount of time. Ukrainian residents may contact a travel company such as www.Greenvisa.io/ to do everything on their behalf. Then, the agency will handle the whole process with the Immigration Department of Vietnam.

The three straightforward steps below may help Ukrainian citizens acquire Vietnam visa with ease.

Stage 1: Fill in a web-based application form (Click here to see), using the accurate information which is written in their passport. Visitors have to enter their name, sex, nationality, the day they intend to travel, etc. Visa, Paypal or Mastercard credit card are approved to make the payment.

Stage 2: When Ukrainians complete stage one, the agency they hired will process their Vietnam visa. Within two days, an Approval Letter will be sent to their email. It is essential for Ukrainians to print the attached PDF file and carry two standard pictures (4x6cm) and some money for the stamping fee.

Stage 3: Once travelers arrive at Vietnam airport, they need to complete an Entry/Exit form. Next, they are required to provide the Approval Letter, their passport, two pictures, plus some cash to obtain their visa. Subsequently, they will have to wait until the officer from the Vietnam Immigration Department calling out their name to collect their visa.

Ukrainian tourists could get extra information on how to acquire Vietnam visa Ukraine by visiting https://Greenvisa.io/

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

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