• Vietnamese visas for UK citizens

    In order to create favorable conditions for British citizens when traveling to Vietnam, you are exempted from visas within 15 days. If you want to stay longer or have more entries within 30 days, you must apply for a visa upon arrival. We will guide you the most popular ways to apply for a Vietnam visa.

    Apply for a visa at the embassy

    If you have the capital near London, you can go directly to the Embassy of Vietnam at the address below for your Vietnam visa. You should contact them first in order to understand the process and procedures required before you come here.

    Vietnamese Embassy in England:
    Address: 12-14 Victoria Street, London W8 5RD
    Phone: + 44-2079371912 / 2075652214 / + 44-2079375628
    Fax: + 44-2075653853
    Email: vanphong@vietnamembassy.org.uk

    Electronic visa application

    If you need more than 30 days in Vietnam, this is the easiest and most convenient way for you. You can now access the government website online at https://evisa.xuatnhapcanh.gov.vn/en_US/home.

    Or, for simplicity, you can apply for an electronic visa through our website. Just send your passport + 1 photo card 4cm x 6cm and information about date of entry, place of entry, visa type for us by email. After payment for the service, we will send your e-mail via email within 01-02 business days. You only need to print the passports and entry procedures at the airport.

    Apply online and get your visa at Vietnam airport

    In case you need to stay in Vietnam for a long time (from 01 month to 01 year) or need to travel to Vietnam many times, you can apply for a visa. This is a cheap, fast, convenient visa for you.

    Simple steps to apply for a visa at the airport:
    - Go to govietnamvisa.org and fill apply form
    - Pay us (service fee) according to instructions.
    Receive your visa approval letter by email within 1-2 business days.
    _ In + NA1 + 2 passport photos + stamped passport fee to be granted visa and entry visa rustic into Vietnam airport.
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