Vietnam Visa Exemption 1/ This is list of countries that Vietnam Immigration allows their citizens to enter Vietnam without visa with detailed length of stay. Unfortunately, Cook Islands isn’t …
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Unfortunately, no Vietnam embassy or Consulate has been opened in Cook Islands so far. Please search for the nearest country where a Vietnam embassy or Vietnam consulate is located to contact.
The latest news about the Embassy or Consulate of Vietnam in Cook Islands will be posted on our website as soon as we have any information about them.
Native Name: Cook Islands
Dependent from: New Zealand
Islands of Cook: Aitutaki, Atiu, Mangaia, Manihiki, Manuae, Mauke, Mitiaro, Nassau, Palmerston, Penrhyn, Pukapuka, Rakahanga, Rarotonga, Suwarrow
Districts of Cook islands: Arorangi, Avarua, Matavera, Ngatangiia, Titikaveka.
Besides going to embassy/ consulate to apply Vietnam visa, you can also apply for an online visa. It takes a few minutes to complete the online form and you will get the result after 2 working days. It is very simple to do online, instead of taking more time and effort to do it physically. There are two types of Visa online:
1/ Visa On Arrival: You must submit your application online to obtain a visa approval letter before your trip and then collect your visa at the airport in Vietnam.
Visa on arrival is a Vietnam visa:
For more information about Visa On Arrival, click here.
2/ E-Visa (Electronic Visa): You must submit your application through the internet. Obtain your visa electronically after completing the required information, upload a recent photo of the passport.
E-visa is a Vietnam visa:
For more information about E-visa, you can click here.
Please click here for Vietnam visa inquiry.