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[Vietnam Visa Fee 2019] Total Vietnam Visa Price For Lithuania Citizens? Evisa – Visa On Arrival Procedures

Vietnam visa is divided into many types, so it sometimes makes the applicants confused. They don’t know which type of visa is suitable and how much does that visa costs? In this post, we will explain clearly all types of Vietnam visa for Lithuania citizens, the total fees need to pay, and the ways for applying.

There are no Vietnam embassy/ consulate in Lithuania now, so the best way to apply Vietnam visa is online application. You can apply an Evisa online OR apply an approval letter online and get visa on arrival at Vietnamese airports.

Vietnam Visa Fees For Lithuania Passport Holders In 2019

Tourist Visa on Arrival
Visa type Service fee Stamp fee
1 month single entry apply 6 USD 25 USD is required on arrival
1 month multiple entries apply 8 USD 50 USD is required on arrival
3 months single entry apply 15 USD 25 USD is required on arrival
3 months multiple entries apply 20 USD 50 USD is required on arrival
Business Visa on Arrival
Visa type Service fee Stamp fee
1 month single entry apply 75 USD 25 USD is required on arrival
1 month multiple entries apply 80 USD 50 USD is required on arrival
3 months single entry apply 85 USD 25 USD is required on arrival
3 months multiple entries apply 90 USD 50 USD is required on arrival
E-Visa Vietnam
Visa type Fee Note
Tourist - 30 days, single entry apply 35 USD No additional fee on arrival
Business - 30 days, single entry apply 55 USD No additional fee on arrival

 

  1. Fees To Apply A Vietnam Evisa For Lithuania Passport Holders

Evisa is 30 days single entry visa, can enter Vietnam only one time and stay maximum 30 days per visa. This visa is applied online and Lithuania is one of 80 countries + 2 territories which are eligible to apply it.

Fee to apply Vietnam Evisa is only paid once, and will be charge online, so you need to have a valid credit card/ debit card/ master card/ visa card, etc. to make payment. When you apply Evisa, make sure that you understand which website you are applying with:

1.1/ Apply Vietnam Evisa at Vietnamese government official website

The advantages of applying Evisa on Government website are cheap and reliable, but the disadvantage are slow and non-refundable. When you apply on Government website, you have to pay the visa fee 25 USD and around 1 USD payment fee. Total fee will be 26 USD. After 3 – 5 working days (as normal processing, visa will be confirmed to send by 3 working days but most cases will be late). If your application is refused (no reason explanation if it is refused), your money will be non-refundable.

1.2/ Apply Vietnam Evisa at Vietnamese travel agent website

Applying at travel agent will cost more. Vietnam travel agent normally charges 10 USD for service fee, so you have to pay 25 USD visa fee + 10 USD service fee, total 35 USD. It is more expensive than applying on Government website, but there are also some advantages. First, you will surely receive Evisa within 2 working days (can be processed faster if you need it urgently). Second, in case your visa is refused, your total money 35 USD will be full refunded. Last but not least, travel agent always provides good customer services, if you need any assistance, you can contact and get response promptly.

How can Lithuania people apply Vietnam Evisa online?

For applying Evisa, you need to prepare two documents in advance:

  • Passport photo (must be valid more than 6 months when visiting Vietnam)
  • Digital photo (You can come to photo booths, ask them take picture and give you the digital photo; Or you can also take picture by yourself). Photo must show clearly your face, without glasses or hat, white background.

When you have all documents, it is simple to process. You just click on application page, then fill out all required information (personal information, type of visa, entry date, exit date, entry port, etc.), then make payment. After that, you will receive visa confirmation code and email notification. Visa will be sent to you based on the deadline in email.

For your reference, click here to see Evisa application form.

 

  1. Fees To Apply A Vietnam Visa On Arrival For Lithuania Passport Holders

Visa on arrival is a type of visa which you collect in Vietnam airports. It is more flexible with 1 month or 3 months of staying, single or multiple entry. Visa on arrival is available for all people who have successfully applied approval letter before coming to Vietnam. So, Lithuania people with an approval letter in hand also can get this visa when landing Vietnam airport.

Fees to apply Vietnam visa on arrival is divided into two types of fees: Visa fee and service fee

  • Visa fee (or stamp fee) is the fee you directly pay to Immigration officer at the airport to get visa on arrival and entry stamp. Visa fee for less than 3 months of stay: 25 USD for single entry and 50 USD for multiple entry.
  • Service fee is the fee you online pay to Vietnamese visa agent in order to get the visa approval letter. This letter shows that you are eligible to obtain visa at the airports. Service fee depends on type of visa you apply, 6 USD for 1-month single entry and 8 USD for multiple entry.

The total fee of Vietnam visa on arrival for Lithuania citizens includes visa fee and service fee. You can scroll up to see all options of Vietnam visa fee for Lithuania people and the costs as well.

How can Lithuania people apply Vietnam visa on arrival?

First of all, you should apply an approval letter online. This letter is processed within 2 working days, but it’s recommended that you should apply at least 10 days before your departure (Vietnam has many holidays, the Immigration Department does not work on weekends and holidays).

You do not need to prepare any documents for applying approval letter online. You can click to this link, fill out application form to process an approval letter.

After getting approval letter, you print it out and prepare these documents:

  • Original passport (must be valid more than 6 months)
  • 2 photos sized 3X4 cm

When you come to Vietnamese airport, you find out and come to “Visa on arrival counter”. You will be asked to submit all above documents here, as well as fill out an entry and exit form (Vietnam visa application form NA1). After all, you pay the visa fee in cash and get back passport with visa.

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