• Vietnamese Visa for Australians

    Australia is currently on the list of countries that have been granted a Vietnamese visa. Therefore, if you intend to stay in Vietnam for no more than 30 days, you can apply for an electronic visa at the government website, or through our service.

    Website address of the government: https://evisa.xuatnhapcanh.gov.vn
    If you would like to use our services, please follow these steps:
    - Send information including: passport photo, 2 photo cards on white background, information on entry - exit, entry - exit; Email info@GoVietnamVisa.org
    - Payment of service fee: 40 USD / person for electronic tourist visa and 55 USD / person for commercial electronic visa.
    - We will send you an electronic visa via email after 2 business days.
    - Printing and displaying electronic visas at border gates.

    Note:
    - Electronic Visa is only valid for 30 days and one entry.
    - You do not have to pay extra fees at the border.
    Apply for a visa at the Vietnamese Embassy in Australia

    You can contact the Australian Embassy or Consulate in Australia for guidance on visa applications.
    1. Australian Embassy in Australia:
    Address: 6 Timbarra Cresent, O'Malley, ACT, Canberra 2606, Australia.
    Phone: + 61-2-62866059 / 62901556
    Fax: + 61-2-62864534
    Email: vembassy@webone.com.au

    2. Consulate General of Vietnam in Sydney (Australia):
    Address: Suite 205, Edgecliff Level 2 Center, 203-233 New South Head Road, Edgecliff NSW 2027
    Phone: + 61-2-93272539 / + 61-2-93271912 / + 61-402081656
    Fax: + 61-2-93281653
    Email: vnconsul@iinet.net.au; info@vnconsulate.org.au
    Apply for a visa at the airport

    You follow these steps:

    - Fill the form at GoVietnamVisa.org.
    + Or you can get your passport information, then email: info@GoVietnamVisa.org with information on entry, exit, visa type.
    Payment of service fee and visa approval letter will be sent to you by email after 2 working days, with NA1 declaration.
    - Print the declaration and declaration, fill in the NA1 declaration and present it at the Vietnam airport with the original passport and two photo cards to stamp on the passport.

    Note: You pay the stamp fee at the airport
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