Rush Vietnam visa application on April 30th and May 1st, 2024

The Reunification Day (April 30th) and the Labor Day (May 1th) are the annual Vietnamese National Holiday. In 2024, the holiday will start from April 27th, 2024 until the end of May 1st, 2024. You need to ensure that you will receive a visa before April 27th, 2024 if you would like to enter Vietnam during these days.

In 2024, the public holiday starts from April 27th until May 1st, 2024

If you’re planning to obtain a visa for Vietnam on April 30th and May 1st, it’s crucial to be aware of the visa requirements and processing times in advance. Here are some general steps you might need to follow:

  1. Determine the type of visa: Vietnam offers various types of tourist visas, including visa on arrival and e-visas. Choose the one that suits your travel time and convinience.
  2. Check visa requirements: Different types of visas have different requirements. Typically, you’ll need a passport with at least 6 months’ validity remaining and a certain number of blank pages for stamps. You may also need passport-sized photos, a completed visa application form and the stamping fee in cash (for a visa on arrival).
  3. Processing time: Processing times for visas can vary. Some visas can be processed within a few days, while others may take longer. If you’re applying close to your travel date, make sure to choose an expedited processing option if available.
    Normally, an e-visa application will take 3-5 working days and a visa on arrival will take 2 working days at least. However, if the visa application needs further verification it will take longer. Please note that, April 30th and May 1st are the Vietnamese national holidays so that the Vietnam Immigration Department will be out of office.
  4. Fee payment: Visa fees vary depending on the type of visa, processing time and your nationality. Make sure to pay the required fees 25 USD when submitting your application. If you need to speed up the visa process and get it done within 2 – 4 working hours, 1 working days then you will pay the extra fee for a rush service.
  5. Visa on arrival in Vietnam: If you’re getting a visa on arrival, you’ll receive a visa approval letter via email after your application is processed. Present this printed visa approval letter, along with your passport, upon arrival at a designated airport in Vietnam. Your visa will then be stamped into your passport.
  6. Check for public holidays: April 30th and May 1st are the public holiday in Vietnam (Reunification Day and Labor Day), so it’s essential to consider this when planning your visa application. The Vietnam Immigration Department is closed on public holidays.
    Remember to double-check all requirements and procedures to ensure a smooth visa application process and entry into Vietnam.
    If you need to travel Vietnam on these days and your e-visa application is still in processing or it is granted with the errors/mistakes, please contact us to speed up the visa process or amend the data before you get on the plane.

You will not miss your trip during the Vietnam National Holiday if you contact us early enough. We can sort out almost the Vietnam visa issues that may happen to you.
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