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Vietnam visa requirement for New Zealander citizens


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Vietnam visa requirement for New Zealander citizens

As a New Zealand citizen, you require a Vietnam visa in order to visit Vietnam. Below are the two ways by which to acquire the Vietnam visa:

- By directly applying for it at a Vietnam embassy or Vietnam consulate

- By use of the approval letter issued by us

1. Direct application for the Vietnam visa from the Vietnam embassy/consulate in New Zealand

New Zealand citizens can contact the Vietnam embassy in their country during business hours. They can choose between telephone and email as means of communication or better still, they can opt for personal visits where they present themselves in person at the Vietnam embassy to get informed on the various procedures of visa application exercise.

Here is more information about the contacts of Vietnam embassy in New Zealand:

 Vietnam embassy in New Zealand

  • Address: Level 21 Grand Plimmer Tower, 2-6 Gilmer Terrace, Wellington 6011, New Zealand

  • Telephone: 64-4-473 5912

  • Fax: 64-4-473 5913

  • Email: embassyvn@clear.net.nz

  • Website: www.vietnamembassy-newzealand.org
2. Online application for the approval letter from us.

You can acquire the Vietnam visa using our approval letter, which is applied for via our website and issued by email. With the approval letter, you get to undertake the following two procedures of visa acquisition:

a) Get your Vietnam visa from a Vietnam international airport (only approved for air travel)

Follow the following steps to complete this procedure:

- Visit our website and fill in the visa application form available there.

- Clear the service fees with us as per our instructions

- Wait for your letter of approval from us to be delivered in your email inbox within 48 business hours.

- Submit your letter of approval at any of the four Vietnam international airports (Tan Son Nhat,  Noi Bai, Cam Ranh and Da Nang) together with your passport and two of your recent passport photos. Finally, you will only pay for the visa stamping fee to collect your visa at the Vietnam airport right there.

b) Get your Vietnam visa from a Vietnam embassy/consulate:

To get your visa this way, the following procedure should be followed:

- Visit our website online and complete the visa application form provided there

- Pay service fees with us as directed in our instructions

- Download the approval letter you receive from us within 48 working hours by email.

- Present your letter of approval, your passport and your 2 passport photos to the Vietnam embassy/consulate and pay the visa stamping fee to get your Vietnam visa right away.

Note: Conditions to get Vietnam visa:

  • Your passport must be valid and acquired more than six months back

  • Your 2 passport size photos should be recent, having being taken within six months.

  • Your letter of approval must offer similar information to that in your passport. 

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