What is Vietnam visa requirements for UK passport holders

A visa is required for British nationals who are intending to travel to Vietnam. All travelers are strongly advised to ensure that they secure the appropriate visa for their purpose. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office of the UK has been made aware that some travel agencies can arrange legitimate visas-on-arrival.

A visa is required for British nationals who are intending to travel to Vietnam. All travelers are strongly advised to ensure that they secure the appropriate visa for their purpose.
British nationals may be refused entry into Vietnam if their passports have less than 1 month validity from the expiry date of the Vietnamese visa. It is highly recommended to always ensure that passports are valid for at least 6 months beyond the date of travel as this is a requirement for most airlines and countries.

General requirements:
- Original British passport with validity exceeding that of the visa by at least 1 month.
- 1 fully accomplished and duly signed visa application form.
- 1 passport size photograph (must have been taken within the last year) affixed to the application form.
- Applications sent by post must be sent by Royal Mail Special Delivery. The passport and visa will also be returned by post by Special Delivery. A self-addressed envelope (not stamped) and postal delivery service charge are required.
- For business visa: Business letter from sponsors in Vietnam or from applicant's current employer, stating the purpose of visit and duration of stay in Vietnam.
- Visa fee.

Please note:
- All required fields in the application form must be filled properly and accurately. For name and contact in Vietnam, please provide the name of the first accommodation or the name of acquaintance or business.
- 2 business days are required for normal processing of applications made in person for Visa on arrival application .
- 1 business days or 8 hours, 4 hours even 2 hours are required for express processing of applications (for an additional fee). See more at Vietnam urgent visa/ rush visa

Visa processing fee:
Visa fees vary according to the type of visas and length of stay and are subject to change without notice. Applicants are advised to contact the Embassy by email at consular@vietnamembassy.org.uk for relevant fee information.

For Application in person: payment can be made in cash only.
For Application online: payment should be in guaranteed cheque, postal order or bankers draft only made payable to the "Embassy of Vietnam". The applicant's full name, passport number, contact address and telephone number must be provided at the back of the payment. Cash is not accepted for applications by post.

The information gathered here are subject to change at any time. British passport holders should consult the Embassy of Vietnam to obtain the most up-to-date visa requirements well in advance of departure.

Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam
12-14 Victoria Road
W8 5RD
United Kingdom
Telephone: (020) 7937 1912 / 7937 3222 (Consular)
Fax: (020) 7565 3853
Email: consular@vietnamembassy.org.uk
Website: http://www.vietnamembassy.org.uk


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