Residents Of Jordan Can Get The Permission To Travel To Vietnam Via Two Different Methods

Vietnam has finally made it a compulsion for Jordanian passport holders to acquire a legitimate visa from the Vietnam Immigration Department to begin their journey to Vietnam.

September 19, 2017 / / —

Vietnam has developed diplomatic ties with nearly 170 countries and territories all over the world, thus its visa policy has laid down many requirements under which travelers can utilize. Jordanian citizens are advised to get in touch with the embassy to get all the info in terms of getting a visa to Vietnam.

Visitors coming from Jordan can obtain their Vietnam visa by two ways. The first method is to go to the Embassy or Consulate of Vietnam, and the second option is to contact an online agency such as www.greenvisa.io official site who is experienced in handling visa on arrival for foreign people intending to pay a visit to Vietnam. Before starting the procedure of getting visa, applicants have to make sure that they have a valid passport. The passport is regarded as a legitimate document if it maintains well for more than six months from the end date of their trip. The passport is also required to have at least an empty page for stamping the visa.

Until now, Jordanian inhabitants do not have the advantage of a Vietnam Embassy. Therefore, the procedure of making an application for a visa at the Embassy of Vietnam gets a bit tiresome and time-consuming. Visitors can follow the procedure of getting embassy visa below.

Because there is no embassy of Vietnam in Jordan, the residents of this country got no other choice but to travel to the embassy located in other nations like Iran, Egypt, and Israel, etc. However, they have to visit the embassy website first to understand the procedure before beginning submitting a visa application. Then, travelers are required to send all of the necessary documents as well as the fee for processing visa to the embassy via a postal service. It takes the Vietnam embassy about five to seven business days to handle their visa request. Moreover, Jordanian visitors are allowed to enter Vietnam through all the means of transportation with this type of visa.

On the other hand, Vietnam Visa on arrival is the quickest method of obtaining a visa. Because Jordan does not have its own Vietnam Embassy, acquiring an embassy visa is extremely time-consuming and also costly. A better option for Jordanians residents would be to go with visa on arrival. Foreigners should keep in mind that VOA is only appropriate for journey via air route. For land and waterways, people must obtain a visa at the Embassy of Vietnam.

In order to get a visa on arrival, travelers have to complete an online application form and pay the involved fee through website http://www.greenvisa.io/. This full procedure is internet based which means they can do it right at their home. The fee for processing visa will be determined by the visa type they want and the duration of their stay in Vietnam. For more details about visa fee, you can visit this homepage. After that, visitors need to wait for two business days to receive an Approval Letter which will be sent to their email. Once Jordanian residents reach any international airport in Vietnam, they will have their visa after this Approval Letter is confirmed.

Contact Info:
Name: William S. Looney
Email: support@greenvisa.io
Organization: Green Travel Universal CO., LTD.
Phone: +18882381966

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