The Procedure Of Getting Vietnam Visa On Arrival For Liechtenstein Passport Holders

As a national of Liechtenstein, it is unfortunate that you cannot request a visa to Vietnam from the Vietnam Embassy or Consulate since there is no Vietnam representative office in Liechtenstein currently.

October 25, 2017 / / —

Good news is that Liechtenstein citizens can apply for visa on arrival in Vietnam which is another way of getting a visa allowing them to have the permission to enter Vietnam. This type of visa was launched by the Vietnamese government to ease the complexity and inconvenience of visa-obtaining procedure at the embassy and assist travelers in getting visa to Vietnam with ease.

Once visitors decide to go for this visa type, they need to find a reliable travel company who can support them to acquire their visa. Then, applicants are required to complete an application form on the official site (Click here to see). The information including their name, passport number, as well as their arrival date must be filled in exactly as what is written in their passport, or else their visa application will be denied. After that, Liechtenstein travelers need to select their visa options and pay the service fee.

By submitting the compulsory details and settle the payment, the travel agency they choose in the first place will then start to process their approval letter. It usually takes about two business days in normal case for their visa request to be handled. After that, an approval letter will be delivered to their provided email. When Liechtensteins receive this document, they are advised to carefully check it to find out if there is any mistake so that it can be fixed instantly.

When travelers get to the Vietnam international terminal, they have to go straight to the Visa on arrival counter to finish the procedure. Liechtenstein inhabitants are required to provide their visa approval letter in the paper, a valid passport with six-month or more validity, and two photographs taken within six months.

Once visitors present all related documents to the Immigration Department, they will be asked to fill out the entry and exit form which is available at the airport. People should take note to bring some money in cash to pay for the stamping fee. After travelers settle the payment, a red visa stamp, as well as sticker, will be included in their passport. Then, they need to follow the direction signs at the airport to go to the luggage lounge, collect their baggage and enjoy their trip in Vietnam.
Now let’s take a look at the benefits that Liechtenstein travelers can have when they choose visa on arrival.

• Skipping the part when they have to send their passport away
• Everything is performed online with the help of a computer connected to the Internet
• Saving lots of time from traveling to the Vietnam Embassy
• Taking only a short period to request a visa on arrival
• No dealing with Immigration Department
• Convenient for the people who reside far from Vietnam Embassy

For more information about visa on arrival, Liechtenstein citizens can access to Greenvisa.io.

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Name: William S. Looney
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Organization: Green Travel Universal CO., LTD.
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