Vietnam Visa Exemption
increasing achievements in diplomatic, Vietnam now offers visa exemption to
citizens of many countries. The detailed regulation on Vietnam visa exemption
is as follows:
- From 1st
September 2007 Overseas Vietnamese and their families will be able to obtain five-year
visa exemption certificate.
- No more
than 30 day visa exemption: applied for Thailand Passport holders
- No more
than 21 day visa exemption: applied for citizen of Philippines,
Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and Laos.
- No more
than 15 day visa exemption: applied for citizens of Japan and South
Korea, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Russian Federation (from 1 Jan 2009).
citizens holding valid diplomatic passports are exempt from visa requirements
when visiting Vietnam and are allowed to stay for up 3 months at one time or on
several visits within six months since their first immigration dates.
Vietnamese citizens holding valid diplomatic passports also enjoy similar
- Citizens of
Chile and Vietnam holding valid diplomatic or official passports from one of
the two countries are exempt from needing entry, exit and transit visas in the
other's territory and are allowed to stay for up 60 days on each visit.
agreement on visa exemption for diplomatic and official passport holders signed
between Vietnam and the Republic of Paraguay’s governments will take effect as
from October 26, 2008 announced the Consular Department of the Ministry of
Under the agreement which was signed on March 8, 2007 in Asuncion, the two
countries’ diplomatic and official passport holders whose residence does not
exceed 90 days will be exempted from visa.
The agreement will also allow visa exemption throughout the term of office for
those who are members of diplomatic missions, consular offices or
representatives of international organizations as well as members of their
information about visa exemption, you can refer the Vietnam’s diplomatic
affairs website http://www.mofa.gov.vn.