Vietnamvisa.org.uk updates new table of visa fees
Vietnamvisa.org.uk, has released that it will reduce Vietnam visa fees. The discount is by 30 – 50% depending on particular cases.
(PRWEB) January 16, 2013
Vietnamvisa.org.uk, has released that it will reduce Vietnam visa fees. The discount is by 30 – 50% depending on particular cases. Especially, there is no additional charge and all prices are in USD. The normal fee is at the price of $14. Besides, the urgent fee is at the price of $10. Additionally, the stamping fee, ranging from $25 to $50, is applied for both single and multiple entries. Tourists are even offered a Vietnam visa when booking tours, hotels, and air tickets on the website.
Besides, tourists can make a visa at the embassy. However, many people must get confused with certain procedures. The website provides a page that offers information on such procedures. Just clicking the tab “Applying visas offline”, users can find what they are seeking. To avoid mistakes and difficulties in applying for visas at the embassy, tourists should keep in mind the four notes below.
Firstly, they need an original passport that requires at least 1 month validity prior to the date of exit from Vietnam. Secondly, it is necessary for tourists to have an application form. The form must be completed, signed and attached with 1 original photo. In case of a loose-leaf-visa request, 1 additional photo must be stapled to the form. If applicants have already gotten a visa approval, they can write the reference number on the top of the form.
Thirdly, visa fees must be paid in money order, cash, or certified check. Also, tourists are required to have a prepaid return envelope if their visas are returned via mail. Noticeably, the embassy does not accept credit card for FedEx mailing service. For international shipping, they have to pay in the form of money order that is payable to Vietnam embassy.
On this occasion, the website would like to bring more offers to customers worldwide. People can have access to the website to get more information.
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