This is an extra service which helps the travelers skip getting in line for visa stamp at Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang and Nha Trang airports.
Normally, visa on arrival process at Vietnam Immigration Counter will take 15 – 30 minutes maximum. However, if you fly into Vietnam from United States or European countries, the queues at the immigration counter sometimes grow to over since nearly all premium airlines demand similar arrival times, thus unloading the passenger towards the immigration counter at the same time. As the result, the visa stamping process may take up hours which causes the inconvenience to the customers. Fortunately, with our airport fast immigration support service you won’t have to suffer from this problem anymore. The service cost is US$ 25 per person, and you just need couple minutes to pass the immigration checkpoint without any trouble, instead of waiting in a long queue when doing it by yourself.
Who should use the service?
Vietnam fast immigration support service is highly recommended to the following visitors:
- Those who enter Vietnam first time with kids or elderly;
- Those who travel Vietnam in a big group;
- Those who enter Vietnam with a rush visa service;
- Those who need to speedup stamping process up at Vietnam airport;
- Pregnant women;
How it works?
Step 1: Select the airport fast immigration support service going along with Vietnam visa application and provide the flight information, including: flight number, arrival time and arrival airport. When you arrive in Vietnam, our agent will see you at the visa on arrival counter with a sign displaying your name. Please hand over your passport, photos, visa approval letter, the stamping fee and wait for a few minutes;
Step 2: The agent will work with immigration officers on your behalf and complete the visa stamp via a fast lane;
Step 3: Get your passport back with a visa stamped onto. Check your visa information (including your full name at the bottom of visa sticky, passport number and visa validity) to make sure it has not been put onto your passport by mistake, from this person to another person.