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  • How American Samoan citizens apply for Vietnam visa?

Vietnam Immigration policy regulates that all American Samoa passport holders need to apply for Vietnam visa before entering the countries. From American Samoa, you can get a visa to Vietnam by two 2 options:

1. Get Vietnam visa on arrival easily at lower cost:
Visa on arrival is beneficial for those who live far away from the Vietnamese embassies and do not wish to send their passports away by postal mail.
- Issuing unit: Vietnam Immigration Department
- Processing time: 1 to 2 working days
- No passport sendoff required
- How it works? You go online at http://www.vietnamvisabooking.com, fill in the secured form, and just wait 36 hour to 2 working days (normal service) or within 1 working day (urgent service) to get your Visa Approval Letter via email. Taking this letter of approval, your passport, 2 photos and US$25 (for single entry)/ US$50 (for multiple entry) as stamping fee to get your visa at airport. Further information, please visit application process.

2. Get Vietnam entry visa at Vietnam Embassy in American Samoa:
At present, there is no information about the Embassy of Vietnam in American Samoa. However, American Samoan citizens or residents in American Samoa can still apply for a Vietnam visa by choosing between two following options:
- Visit the nearest Vietnam Embassy in the neighboring country to apply for a visa by yourself, or
- You apply online at http://www.vietnamvisabooking.com/apply.html for a Vietnam visa on arrival (picked up at the arrival airport in Vietnam)

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