We’ve assisted more than 300,000+ groups of travelers getting a visa to Vietnam since 2007
With personal care to each case, each client and regular contacts, we are able to ensure the visa process runs as smoothly as possible. As such, we have not only established great relationships with great partners around the world, but also are highly recommended by our clients, on their blogs, Youtube our Facebook, Twitter, and via email/live chat as well.
Here you can find a selection of testimonials from our clients.
It was a coincidence that just at this time, we were approached by Vietnam-Visa.com, who heard of our plans to visit Vietnam for a couple of months. They were nice enough to answer all our questions and made our visa experience a breeze.
By: Joanna from Theblondtravels
Over the past 7 years, AVSE-TESOL in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi has literally referred hundreds of TESOL/TEFL Trainees to vietnam-visa.com/ for help with organizing a Vietnam Visa on Arrival. The service provided by ‘vietnam-visa.com’ is fast, reliable and affordable. The whole process can be completed from the comfort of your own living room. Would I recommend ‘vietnam-visa.com’? Absolutely!
By: Peter Goudge at AVSE – TESOL
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You use an approval letter company to apply for it. I’ve used this company and referred hundreds of our teachers to them too and haven’t had any issues to date.
By: Alex Stevenson on Ninjateacher
To apply for the Vietnam visa online you need to a find a trustworthy online company that will handle the paperwork and give you all the information and forms needed for the process. We choose Vietnam-visa.com and the process was really easy and smooth.
By: Natalie Deduck & Robson Cadore on Loveandroad
How to Choose an Online Vietnam Visa Agency
Truthfully, it’s hard to tell the difference between real companies and the fake ones. That’s why we created this post and want to share a real and reliable site we trust and recommend: Vietnam-visa.com.
By: Katie & Ben on Twowanderingsoles
The visa rules are different to every nationality so you should always check what requirements Vietnam has for your home country. You can find this out easily on Vietnam-visa.com by just entering your nationality.
By: Johanna & Jarkko on Finomads
You can’t submit your application for this directly to the Vietnam government; instead, you fill out an application online via a recognized 3rd party agency.
Many of these agencies have outdated websites seemingly designed in the 1990s, so it can be difficult to know which one to trust. I’ve personally used Vietnam-Visa.com which has a modern site with a smooth process, and transparent visa information based on your nationality.
By: Marek on Indietraveller
We used an online visa processing agency that had good reviews and it took only a few minutes to submit our travel dates and passport details on their website. Their normal processing time is 2 working days and they have different fees for a variety of visa durations and number of entries they offer. If you need it right away they have a “super urgent” service that takes just a few hours.
By Landon on Unevensidewalks
Visa: most nationalities, but do double-check, need an invitation letter arranged ahead to be eligible for visa on arrival. I arranged my letter through Vietnam-Visa.com which was very efficient, affordable and quick. For me the best way to get a Vietnam visa letter.
By: Chris on Christravelblog
I found the easiest thing to do was to apply online for a visa invitation letter which means you can then apply for a visa on arrival at the airport. It only took about 20 minutes from when I handed in my letter and passport photos to getting my passport back with the visa inside. It cost $45 so be sure to have US dollars cash on you, preferable the exact amount.
By: Janet on Journalistontherun
Vietnam-visa.com is probably the website #1 to get your Vietnam visa sorted. Their system is simple (I love it that way!) and efficient. You can get your visa sorted in 4 hours if you need to or in two working days if you are not in a rush.
By: Melissa Giroux on Abrokenbackpack