Crossing the border at Nam Can can be a fun and exciting time for many foreign travelers. Even though traveling by land takes longer than flying, you can save a lot of money on transportation and may make friends and memories that will last a lifetime. The only thing you need to remember is to get a Vietnam visa before you cross Nam Can border. This article has a lot of information about the Vietnam E-visa for crossing Nam Can border.
Vietnam and Laos both have the same borders, so people from other countries can cross into Vietnam from Laos. Nam Can Border is one of the most popular ways to get from Laos to Vietnam.
You need to have a valid visa before you cross Nam Can border to get to Vietnam. Before letting you into Vietnam, the immigration officers at Nam Can border will check your visa.
You can use an e-visa for Vietnam to cross the border at Nam Can. All tourists who enter Vietnam through the land border at Nam Can are eligible for this visa.
A quick summary of Vietnam E-visa:
As was already said, you can fill out a Vietnam E-visa application form online and then get a visa approval via email. With this visa, you can enter Vietnam through Nam Can landport.
These simple steps will help you figure out how to get an E-visa for Vietnam online:
Step 1: Go to the website for the Vietnam E-visa application and fill out the form with the required information. Attach your passport and a photo of yourself. https://www.vietnamimmigration.com/apply-vietnam-visa/
You must choose “Nam Can landport” as the entry port. If you choose the wrong entry port, you won’t be able to get in.
Passport and photo must meet the requirements of Vietnam immigration department. Check here to see if your passport and photo meet the requirements for submitting an online application for a Vietnam E-visa.
Step 2: Pay the fee for your E-visa. You can pay with a credit card or PayPal. Remember that you have to pay the entire Vietnam E-visa fee online when you fill out the application form. With a Vietnam E-visa, you don’t have to pay any stamp fees when you arrive.
Step 3: The E-visa result will be provided to your email within three business days. Please check your email and download the E-visa approval letter. Check E-visa carefully to make sure that all of the information is correct. Make sure that “Nam Can landport” is written in the entry gate on your E-visa approval.
Step 4: Print out your Vietnam E-visa and bring it with your valid passport to Nam Can land border to enter Vietnam.
Vietnam E-visa is a 30-day single entry visa. It’s only good for up to 30 days. The “visa border run” is an option for tourists who want to stay in Vietnam for longer than 30 days.
“Visa border run” is a way to get a new Vietnam E-visa when visa extensions are not allowed. A lot of foreign tourists who came to Vietnam with an E-visa did the visa border run to stay longer.
For people who are close to Nam Can border, a good way to renew their Vietnam E-visa is to cross the border to Laos and then come back through Nam Can border.
Recommendation: When your current E-visa is about to expire, you should apply for a new one, then leave Vietnam and go to Laos, stay there for a few minutes, and then come back to Vietnam with the new E-visa. And congrats, you’ll be able to stay for another 30 days.
Visa run at Nam Can border:
Step 1: Prepare for your visa run.
At this point, you need to apply for a new Vietnam E-visa, which will let you get back into Vietnam after crossing the border into Laos.
You can apply for a Vietnam E-visa here: https://www.vietnamimmigration.com/apply-vietnam-visa/ , but keep in mind that the normal process takes 3 working days and the urgent process takes 1 working day. If you want to save money, you should apply for a Vietnam E-visa as soon as possible.
You also need to find out if you need a visa for Laos or not. And if you can get a Laos visa when you arrive at the land border. If you want to go to Laos, apply for a visa if you need one.
Step 2: Exit Vietnam and enter Laos
At this step, you must first leave Nam Can border. The current Vietnam E-visa will no longer be valid as soon as you leave Vietnam. After that, you have to go through the steps to get into Laos. Please remember to check if you need a visa to enter Laos and get one ready ahead of time if you do.
Step 3: Re-enter Vietnam
You can do the border run for a visa on the same day. After being in Laos for a few minutes, you can leave through Nam Can border and go back into Vietnam. You must show your original passport and the new E-visa approval to get back into Vietnam. At Nam Can border, the immigration officers will check your passport and put the entry stamp on it. After that, congrats! You have a new E-visa for 30 days in Vietnam.
In conclusion, tourists can use a Vietnam E-visa to enter the country by crossing Nam Can Border. The online application process for a Vietnam E-visa will take 3 business days to finish. Whether you visit Vietnam from Laos or do the visa border run through Nam Can landport, it’s best to apply for a Vietnam E-visa as soon as possible. If you have any other questions about Vietnam E-visa from Laos to Vietnam, please don’t hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org .