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How to get Vietnam visa on arrival in Japan

 Today, Japanese citizens are getting used to Vietnam visa on arrival. Not many people like to apply for visa for Vietnam from embassy anymore. This is understandable and predictable as Vietnam visa on arrival could bring them benefits that they could not have from the embassy such as convenience, simplicity, economy and validity. However, we need to remind you that Japanese citizens do not need a Vietnam visa if their visit doesn’t exceed 15 days. Only Japanese passport holders who wish to stay longer than this period must obtain a visa to Vietnam.

If you have never applied for Vietnam visa upon arrival before, 4 steps below witll make it clear to you.

1. Fill out the online application form

Be careful to complete the form and check for errors before submitting

2. Pay service fee as per instruction
The payment will be made quickly through secure online payment gateway. See details about Vietnam visa fee

3. Receive visa approval letter via email within 2 working days

Express services are available in case of emergency. Urgent service: 1 working day/ Super-urgent service: 4 working hours/ one-working hour service: 1 working hour.

4. Get visa stamp and collect your visa at arrival airport


Please prepare documents required for stamping process: visa approval letter, orginal passport, passport-sized photo, entry and exit form, stamping fee (USD 45 for single entry, USD 65 for 1 month multiple entry, USD 95 for 3 month multiple entry). The process may be quick or long depending on the number of foreigners getting visa stamp at that time. If you hate wating after a long flight, stamping assistance service is advisable.

Since the date you submit the form to the date you get visa approval letter, we will send you 3 emails to confirm your Vietnam visa application, notify the delivery date of visa approval letter and provide visa approval letter. If you do not receive the first email (confirmation email) from us right after the form is submitted, there is a chance that it was automatically sent to your stamp folder or you provided us the wrong email address.

Should you have more concerns about visa Vietnam for Japanese citizens, please contact us anytime. We are willing to support you in many ways.

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