An "entry" indicates the number of times you are allowed to enter the country with the visa.
Single - The visa will allow a traveler to enter the country one time
Double - The visa will allow the traveler to enter the country two times.
Triple - The visa will allow the traveler to enter the country three times.
Multiple - The visa will allow the traveler to enter the country, essentially, an unlimited number of times.
Please note: Not all countries offer all options. Some countries may only offer a single entry, some may only offer single or multiple entry, and others may only offer multiple entry visas.
It is important to consider the number of entries for a few reasons. Generally speaking, multiple entry visas are valid for a longer period of time. For instance, a single entry will generally only be valid to be used within a few months whereas a multiple entry visa will generally be valid for a year or longer. If you may travel to the country in the future, obtaining a multiple entry visa now may save you money in the long run.
It is also important to consider the details of your trip. If you travel from the U.S. to India for a week, then travel to Indonesia for a week, and then connect back through India on your way home, this may be considered entering India twice, even if only to catch a flight. If traveling to China, taking a day trip to Hong Kong is considered an "exit" from China and then a "re-entry" upon return.
The passport card is a credit-card size U.S. passport that, just like a passport book, is proof of U.S. citizenship and identity but can ONLY be used to re-enter the United States at land border crossings and sea ports-of-entry from:
The passport card cannot be used for international air travel.
Please note: Just like passport books, passport cards are valid for 10 years for applicants 16 and older and 5 years for applicants under 16.
For US citizens you will need a valid passport with at least six months validity remaining and a Vietnamese visa, a visa exemption document, or a written approval letter for a visa upon arrival. You may obtain a visa prior to traveling to Vietnam. If you arrive without an appropriate Vietnamese visa, exemption document, or written approval for a visa upon arrival, you will not be permitted to enter and will be subject to immediate deportation.
The information below will explain a bit more about Vietnam visas and how to get them. If you are ready to get a Vietnam visa now, please visit our Vietnam Visa Order Form.
Travel restrictions require that your passport have at least 6 months validity remaining on the passport from your date of return to the U.S. You will also need two blank visa pages for the actual visa to be placed in your passport and for the entry and departure stamps by Viet Nam. If you do not meet these requirements, don’t worry. ItsEasy can help you renew your passport and get your visa in time to make your travel date.
U.S. citizens can travel to many countries without visas, however some like Viet Nam, Russia and India require a visa. Viet Nam provides both tourist and business visas.
Upon arrival at the airport, your airline will check to make sure you have a valid visa. When you arrive at Da Nang Airport or any other Viet Nam airport, immigration authorities will again review your passport and visa to make sure they are valid. If they are not valid, you will be sent back to the U.S.
We have several processing times available non-rush, rush and urgent. When you go to our website for the application and list of documents required, you will be able to select the best processing time for your needs.
We are registered with the Viet Nam Embassy in order to submit applications for our clients.
Remember, we are here to help you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
ItsEasy maintains the visa requirements to all countries, including Vietnam. Use the widget above to see your particular requirements for visiting Vietnam based upon your citizenship and state of residence in the USA.
Below is a sample set of requirements for visiting Viet Nam using a Tourist Visa Visa. These requirements are only a SAMPLE. To get the EXACT requirements for you to visit Viet Nam, please go to our TripBuilder page and enter in your specific information that is your exact situation.
Applicant must submit their current, signed passport. Visas are stamped into a passport, therefore the original passport is required.
Applicant must submit two (2) identical, color, passport style photographs. The photos must be recent and generally should not be the same used for the passport itself.
Applicant must submit a computer-generated itinerary from a travel agency or online booking tool (such as an e-confirmation or online booking) showing departure from the US and arrival/departure for the destination.
Note, if traveling via private charter the charters manifest should suffice.
Although applicant may be submitting documents along with other family members, when submitted to an embassy or consulate, applications are treated individually. If applicant is under 18 years old, please view the following link.
Applicant must submit one completed visa application. Applications should be printed single-sided and signed in blue or black ink only.