With the aim to develop the economics, Vietnam government is trying to attract the experts, investors, business managers, high-tech workers coming back the country. They just announced to open again visa for those who are coming for work, from September 2020.
Vietnam Government has approved on resuming international commercial flights to six destinations from September 2020. The experts, investors, business managers, high-tech workers, employees can apply visa and enter Vietnam as the updated immigration rule.
Vietnam’s Immigration Department just announced another automatic visa extension until September 30th for foreigners who are getting stuck in the country due to the pandemic.
Until September 2020, Vietnam visa is still suspended. All types of Vietnam visa are closed due to Covid19 pandemic from March 2020, and the borders are also closed. However, when does Vietnam visa open again? Has Vietnam government planed the re-opening time to grant Vietnam visa for foreigners and opening the borders yet?
Vietnam Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc just approved to add four more seaports to the list of entry ports for Evisa, which will take effect from July 1st 2020.
Some newspapers and online websites recently informed that: “Vietnam electronic visa will be opened again on July 1st 2020, and the eligible countries can apply online to get visa to Vietnam from July 1st “. Is it true? We will explain clearly about this information in this article.
According to the announcement from the meeting this afternoon, the Vietnamese government decided to suspend all new visa issuance for all nationalities, effective from March 15, 2020.
The Vietnamese government has recently decided to suspend visa exemption programs for several European countries, including France, Germany and Spain. Citizens holding French, German and Spanish passports must apply for a visa to enter Vietnam, effective March 10, 2020.
According to official information from the Vietnamese government, starting today March 10, 2020, the visa waiver program for Nordic countries including Finland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark will be suspended.
Vietnam is taking strong measures to tighten the management of foreigners entering Vietnam. On March 9, 2020, the Prime Minister approved the decision: suspend all visa waiver programmes for the UK and some countries in Europe.