How do I renew my Vietnamese passport in the US?
Renewing a Vietnamese passport in the U.S can either be done in person at the Vietnamese embassy or one of its consulates or you can opt to send your application via mail. If the application process confuses you and leaves you slightly flustered, actually visiting a consulate would probably suit you better.
How long does it take to renew Vietnamese passport in USA?
Processing time: Within 03-05 business days after all required documents are submitted (extra time may be required for replacement of lost passport or for further background check/verification for application with inadequate or inaccurate information).
How much does it cost to renew a Vietnam passport?
Fee: $110 in money order or cashier check, payable to “Embassy of Vietnam” or “Consulate of Vietnam”, whichever you are sending your application to.
Does Vietnam allow dual citizenship?
Certain foreigners and overseas Vietnamese can apply for dual citizenship. Those having Vietnamese parents or children or married to a Vietnamese spouse, those who make special contributions or benefit Vietnam may apply for dual citizenship.
How much does a Vietnam visa cost for U.S. citizens?
The Vietnam visa fees for US citizens vary depending on the type of visa they wish to obtain. For a tourist visa online, they will need to pay the Government fee which is US $25 for a visa and the service fee (if they use a service to guarantee and expedite their visa delivery.
Can US citizen travel to Vietnam?
United States citizens need a visa to visit Vietnam. Since 1996, US citizens flying into Vietnam can pick up their Vietnam visa upon arrival to one of Vietnam’s international airports. To streamline the process, Americans traveling to Vietnam should complete their Vietnam visa application online before their trip.
How long can a US citizen live in Vietnam?
How Long can American Citizens Stay in Vietnam? Americans can stay in Vietnam for a maximum of 30 days in Total then will have to leave or do an in-country extension.
Can a US citizen retire in Vietnam?
Vietnam doesn’t even have a stupid expensive retirement long-term visa option like Thailand. If you want to stay longer than 174-days (three months + a three-month extension), you need to either make a visa run every six months or apply for a Temporary Residence Card with Visa by Investment (DT).
Is Vietnam issuing visa now?
Vietnam’s Immigration Department announced automatic visa extensions until December 31, 2021, for foreigners that entered the country on visa waiver programmes, e-visas, or tourist visas since March 1, 2020.