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Vietnam Embassy in Russia functions as a bridge between the Vietnamese Government
and its counterpart in Russia. It is also the place where Russia citizens
and residents can visit to apply for a visa to Vietnam.

Consulate General of Vietnam in Vladivostok

107/1 Pushkinskaya str., Vladivostok, Russia
+7-423-222-69-48
+7-423-226-14-96
consul.vladivostok@mofa.gov.vn

EMBASSY OF VIETNAM IN Moscow

13, Bolshaya Pirogovskaya St., Moscow, Russia
+7-499-2451092 | 2450925
+7-499-2463121
vnemb.ru@mofa.gov.vn

Consulate General of Vietnam in Karla Libknhesta

620075, City Ekateringburg, Str. Karla Libknhesta, 22. Office 411
+7-343-2530283
+7-343-2530282
vnconsul_eka@yahoo.com | consul.ekateringburg@mofa.gov.vn

Vietnam VISA Guide

If you are Russia citizen or resident and want to apply for a visa to Vietnam, you can do it by either of the following ways:

  • Directly contact the Vietnam Embassy to apply for a visa; OR
  • Apply for a visa on arrival if traveling to Vietnam by air.

Each option has its own advantages and disadvantages:

PROS

– No need to send your original passport away

– A complete online process

– Taking only a short time to apply for a visa on arrival online, the thing you need is a computer with internet connection

– No dealing with immigration authorities. We deal with them on your behalf.

– Especially convenient for those who are currently staying far away from available Embassies

CONS

– Queuing in front of Immigration Counter at arrival airports in Vietnam to have visa stamp

– Possibly having names of other people on your approval letter

– Foreigners cannot apply for visa on arrival themselves, the application must go through authorized travel agencies in Vietnam or organizations

PROS

– Having visa already stamped onto your passport before getting on plane

– Dealing directly with Vietnam embassies

CONS

– Parting with your original passport

– Having to drive to nearest embassies or sending documents by mail

– What if the nearest Vietnam embassy is too far from your place?


Frequently asked questions

I’m Russian but now I’m not in my country. Can I apply for my Vietnam visa at Vietnam embassy in my current country?

Yes, you can apply for Vietnam visa at any Embassy of Vietnam in any country which is convenient for you.

However, before you go, please remember that you do not need to apply for a visa to Vietnam if:

  • Your stay in Vietnam is less than 15 days,
  • Your passport is valid for at least 6 months following your planned exit date from Vietnam, and
  • Your arrival date does not fall within 30 days from exit date of your last stay in Vietnam with visa exemption.

Even in case you need a visa for Vietnam, you still have a more convenient option to get it – getting Vietnam visa on arrival if you are traveling to Vietnam by air.

I’m Russian but I’m on my trip around the world. Can I apply for Vietnam visa on arrival during my trip?

Yes. A Vietnam visa on arrival can be applied at any place which is convenient for you, provided that you have a device with internet connection. To obtain Vietnam visa on arrival, you only need to fill out this Online Vietnam Visa Application Form, then get visa approval letter via email within certain period of time and then get visa stamped at Vietnam airport.

How to get Vietnam visa for Russians?

At the moment, Russians may have two options to obtain a Vietnam visa, namely:
  1. Getting Vietnam visa on arrival (highly recommended for those traveling to Vietnam by air);
  2. Getting visa at Vietnam embassy;

Do I need a visa for Vietnam? I’m now living in Russia but I’m Australian citizen.

Yes. At the moment, you will need a valid visa for their every trip to Vietnam regardless where you are now. You may have two options to get a visa for Vietnam as follows:
  1. Getting Vietnam visa on arrival (highly recommended for those traveling to Vietnam by air);
  2. Getting visa at Vietnam embassy in Russia;

Do Russians need a visa for Vietnam?

Please be kindly informed that at the moment, Russians do not need to apply for Vietnam visa if:
  • Their stay in Vietnam is less than 15 days,
  • Their passport is valid for at least 6 months following their planned exit date from Vietnam, and
  • Their arrival date does not fall within 30 days from exit date of their last stay in Vietnam with visa exemption.
Otherwise, getting a Vietnam visa for Russian citizens is required.