Another Method Of Getting Vietnam Visa For Welsh Citizens Apart From Traveling To Vietnam Embassy In Other Countries

At this time, Vietnam government offers Welsh residents and foreigners currently residing in this country two choices of acquiring a Vietnam visa in order to travel to Vietnam.

October 21, 2017 / / —

The very first method is to follow the procedure of obtaining visa at the Vietnam Embassy. However, there is no Embassy of Vietnam in Wales to issue a visa for visitors at the present. Therefore, Welsh passport holders will have to submit a Vietnam visa on arrival or go to the closest Vietnam Embassy in neighbouring countries for the help.

If the reason above does not stop Welsh travelers from choosing this method, then they should acknowledge what advantages they can benefit from it. Welsh inhabitants can obtain their visa directly at the Embassy before they board the jet and travel to Vietnam. This is actually an ideal way for people who intend to enter Vietnam by other methods of transport beside airplane.

Nevertheless, Welsh visitors are suggested to initially contact the Vietnam Embassy in neighbouring countries to fully understand its guidelines, policies, charges, and process of getting visa in order to avoid any misunderstanding. Sometimes, the Embassy of Vietnam may request more relevant documents or interview the candidate. The embassy can delay or extend the visa application of travelers if they miss the interview. In case the embassy rejects the visa request, Welsh passengers cannot submit the Vietnam visa application using the same prior purpose within half a year. Additionally, Welsh passport holders will not be told the reason behind the denial of the Vietnam Embassy. All of these facets has resulted in the available of a brand new way of obtaining Vietnam visa that is referred to as Visa On Arrival.

Visa on arrival is made for those people who are not living near the Embassy of Vietnam or in nations that do not have Vietnam Embassy, such as Wales. This method of acquiring Vietnam visa (Click here to see more information) might help Welsh people avoid spending too much time on going to the Vietnam Embassy in other nations. They can apply for a visa to the Vietnam at ease as long as they have an Internet connection.

Welsh residents can have a lot of benefits when they decide to apply for Vietnam visa on arrival. The very first benefit is that visitors do not have to deliver their passport to the embassy, which means they are able to stay away from the possibility of losing essential documents in addition to their passport throughout the transference. Furthermore, Welsh passport holders will find this method very convenient because they do not need to travel to the Embassy of Vietnam in other countries anymore. Travelers just simply fill out a web-based application form and hire a prestigious travel company such as Greenvisa LTC to handle everything.

However, visa on arrival also has its disadvantages. One of these drawbacks is that people from Wales are not able to get a Vietnam visa on arrival on their own, the whole procedure must be done by an organization or an authorized travel company in Vietnam. Furthermore, to be able to acquire visa stamp, Welsh citizens may have to wait for a long time at the Visa landing counter at the airport in Vietnam.

It is evident that each way of obtaining visa to Vietnam has its pros and cons. Therefore, deciding which method is more convenient for visitors will depend on their decision after careful consideration. To find out more about information of getting Vietnam visas, Welsh visitors can visit https://www.Greenvisa.io/

Contact Info:
Name: William S. Looney
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Organization: Green Travel Universal CO., LTD.
Phone: +18882381966

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