Hi resolution digital capture of coffee being prepared in the classic Vietnamese style. The still steaming metal drip filter, known as phin cà phê sits on top of a glass, which sits on a small tray alongside a smaller glass containing sweetened condensed milk. This simple setup is the beginning for classic Vietnamese iced coffee, as well as several other coffee drinks.

Article 43. Renewal and re-grant of permanent residence cards

Article 43. Renewal and re-grant of permanent residence cards

  1. Permanent residence cards shall be granted by provincial-level Public Security Departments. Once every 10 years, foreigners permanently residing in Vietnam shall come to provincial-level Public Security Departments of the localities where they are residing to have their permanent residence cards renewed. A dossier comprises:

a/ An application for renewal of a permanent residence card;

b/ The permanent residence card;

c/ A certified copy of the passport, except for stateless persons.

  1. If his/her permanent residence card is lost or damaged, or if there are any changes to its contents, a foreigner shall carry out procedures for re-grant of the card at the Public Security Department of the province or centrally run city where he/she is residing. The application dossier comprises:

a/ An application for re-grant of a permanent residence card;

b/ The permanent residence card or a report on the loss of the card, if the card is lost;

c/ A certified copy of the passport, except for stateless persons;

d/ Papers proving the changes in the contents of the permanent residence card.

  1. Within 20 days after receiving a complete dossier, the Public Security Department of the province or centrally run city where the foreigner is residing shall re-grant the card.