Ireland is among countries benefiting from the Visa On Arrival of Vietnam. The new visa system yet has been released since 2000; many Irish are still confusing about the information and how to apply with this type of visa.
June 17, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ —
The demand of traveling from countries to countries has been increasing recently. Governments of nations around the world are making efforts to give more conveniences of traveling for their citizens as well as foreign tourists.
In 2000, Vietnam government decided to launch Vietnam Visa On Arrival (VOA) – a new type of visa that its process is mainly based on the Internet and allows applicants pick up the visa at the arrival airport. This special procedure let applicants not visit the Embassy directly and complete the process as the traditional method.
In addition, VOA enables Irish travelers to apply themselves or hire a third party such as Greenvisa.io to help them complete the procedure fast and easily. The introduction of Visa On Arrival is an ideal solution for those who want to save time driving frequently to the Embassy as well as its complex procedures. Instead of having to come to the Embassy or Consulate to request a Vietnam visa, submit in person and return to receive their visa gain, now with an Internet connection, Irish candidates can easily apply for a Visa application from their premises or anywhere else. Moreover, the way to conduct the process of Vietnam visa for Ireland citizens is quite simple which just include three easy steps.
To get began with, applicants have to enter their personal information in the visa application form and make the payment, click here to see the form. If the submission and the payment are successful, the Irish will receive an Approval letter for confirmation. In this step, applicants also need to print all the documents, prepare at least two 4cmx6cm photographs and stamping fees. When arriving at the International airports in Vietnam (Noi Bai, Da Nang, Tan Son Nhat airports), Irish travelers are expected to present all the essential documents they prepared before to the officers of the Immigration Department. After 15 minutes of processing, applicants are called their names and receive their Vietnam visa.
For Irish residents who do not know about requirements of the Vietnam Visa On Arrival, applying one at the Vietnamese Embassy also helps them avoid unexpected issues at the arrival airport. A visa issued by the Embassy ensure that candidates will have their Vietnam visa before getting on the plane and it is applicable for all means of transport. Unlike the process of VOA, the Embassy requires applicants to visit at least one or two times to complete the procedures. Disadvantages of the method are that Ireland citizens have to bring their passport with them during the process of making and visa and wait for at least five working days to receive their passport and Vietnam visa. Additionally, the overcrowding of many applicants at Embassy usually makes candidates feel boring and tired, especially those who do not time as well as do not want their travel schedule is affected by time spending at the Embassy.
However, now there is not the Embassy of Vietnam in Ireland, Irish inhabitants can contact the Vietnamese Embassy in London for Vietnam visa information and assistance. Hope the information and instructions above would be a useful help for Irish citizens as well as the people who stay far away from the Embassy of Vietnam in Ireland want to visit Vietnam in an easiest and most convenient way.
Name: William S. Looney
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