Vietnamese Government Offers Tanzanian Travelers The Ability To Get A Visa To Vietnam Via Visa On Arrival

The Vietnamese government has made it easier for Tanzanian citizens to get Vietnam visa thanks to the launch of an online visa system known as Vietnam visa on arrival.

October 13, 2017 / / —

Back in 2000, the Vietnamese Immigration Authorities - Ministry of Public Security formally authorized and released a brand new type of visa for foreign tourists who come to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam for various reasons such as taking a trip, doing business, or visiting relatives, etc. This solution is a legitimate administrative procedure which performs an important part in developing the worldwide integration pattern between Vietnam and numerous countries all over the world.

This latest visa system lets inhabitants from other regions legally register online for a Vietnam visa application quickly from their area or anywhere else with an Internet connection without having to drive to the Vietnam Embassy. Although the process of applying for a Vietnam VOA is quite simple, Tanzanian passport holders still need to meet these regular requirements if they want to get a Vietnam visa via the Internet:

• Visa on arrival is used for traveling by jet, and applicants only have their visa when they appear at Vietnam international airports.
• The origin passport of applicants must have a legitimacy of more than six months from the travel date, not the date of making the application.

Tanzanian residents can find a 3rd party such as Greenvisa.io to help them complete the procedure and avoid losing their valuable time. Tanzanians are required to fill in their personal details in the application form first and then make a payment for the service. https://greenvisa.io/ website allows all kinds of major bank cards, including Paypal. Visitors will have to wait for two days or just merely four hours to obtain an Approval Letter sent through their email in case they want to get a Vietnam visa in a short time period. Before getting on the plane, tourists need to print the PDF file of all papers and carry two standard-sized images for the following step at the arrival airport in Vietnam. After long hours on the jet, passengers then have to show all relevant items to the officer of the Immigration Department at the Vietnam international airport and pay some cash for the stamping fee. People will get their hands on their visa after hearing the officer call out their name. This final step normally takes about 15 minutes.

In order to ensure Tanzanian passport holders acquire a visa to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam before taking a trip and avoid being rejected at the Vietnam international airport, Tanzanians can also decide to get a Vietnam visa at the Embassy of Vietnam in Tanzania. Regardless of which Vietnam Embassy the applicants submit their visa application in, all requirements are the same at each embassy. Visitors have to carry their passport with them throughout the entire process. People can send their application directly to the embassy or by post. The Embassy of Vietnam will need five business days to process the visa for travelers and in some cases, ask Tanzanian inhabitants to travel more than once if there is any problem. Though this way of getting visa lasts several days and demands the presence of applicants; it makes sure visitors certainly own their Vietnam visa before coming to the Vietnam and more importantly, less trouble at the airfields.

The details related to Vietnam visa for Tanzania residents can be acquired at Vietnam Embassy in Tanzania:

• City: Tanzania
• Address: Plot 478 - Kawe Low Density P.O Box: 9724, Dares Salaam - Tanzania
• Phone: 255-22-2781330
• Fax: 255-22-2781336
• Website: http://www.vietnamembassy-tanzania.org/
• Email: vnemb.tz@mofa.gov.vn
• Office hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m

For more detail of how to apply a visa to Vietnam for Tanzania residents, please click here to see.

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

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