Vietnam visa for Chinese

Brief Overview of Vietnam Visa for Chinese Nationals:

• All Chinese passport holders intending to visit Vietnam are required to obtain a valid visa.

• Chinese citizens now have the option to apply for a Vietnam eVisa, which is valid for up to 90 days with single or multiple entries.

• The visa fee and processing time for Chinese passport holders vary based on the visa type and application method (individual or through a service provider).

• To ensure a seamless visa process, thorough planning is essential.

For an effortless application experience, you can either apply for a Vietnam visa online with our assistance or independently after reviewing the frequently asked questions below regarding Vietnam visa for Chinese citizens.

Is a visa required for Chinese citizens traveling to Vietnam?

Yes, Chinese citizens must obtain a valid visa for entry into Vietnam, whether for tourism or business purposes.

Types of Vietnam Visas for Chinese Citizens:

There are various types of Vietnam visas for Chinese citizens based on application method, purpose of visit, and duration of stay:

• Application Method: E-visa

• Purpose of Visit:

  • Tourist visa
  • Business visa
  • Relative visit visa

• Duration of Stay:

  • 30 days single entry
  • 30 days multiple entries
  • 90 days single entry
  • 90 days multiple entries

Can Chinese citizens apply for a Vietnam eVisa?

Yes, Chinese citizens can apply for a Vietnam eVisa either independently through the official Vietnam authority website or online with our secure form.

Requirements for Vietnam eVisa for Chinese Citizens:

To obtain a Vietnam eVisa, Chinese citizens must ensure the following:

• Validity of the China passport for at least 6 months with at least 2 black pages.

• Soft copies of the full passport personal detail page and a portrait meeting Vietnam eVisa photo requirements.

• An active email for OTP receipt.

• A credit/debit card for payment.

Cost and Processing Time for Vietnam eVisa for Chinese Citizens:

If applying independently, the fees are as follows:

• Single entry: US $25

• Multiple entry: US $50

Processing time:

  • <3 working days: 5%
  • 3 working days: 75%
  • 4-5 working days: 15%
  • 5 working days: 5%

When applying with us, options for processing time and costs are detailed in the chart.

Visa type Processing time Visa fee (USD/Pax)
1-2 pax 3-4 pax From 5 pax
30-day single entry 5-7 working days 48 47 46
4 working days 66 65 63
30-day multiple entry 5-7 working days 73 72 71
4 working days 91 90 88
90-day single entry 5-7 working days 50 49 48
4 working days 71 70 68
90-day multiple entry 5-7 working days 78 77 76
4 working days 96 95 93

How to Obtain Vietnam eVisa for Chinese Citizens:

The application can be made independently on the Vietnam eVisa official website or through our support in three simple steps:

  1. Complete our secure online visa application form and make payment.
  2. Receive the eVisa letter in your registered email within the requested processing time.
  3. Download the eVisa letter and present it to the Vietnam Immigration Officer for entry.

Port of Entry Restrictions for Vietnam eVisa:

Ensure entry at the exact port specified in your eVisa application; deviation may result in refusal. Refer to the list of permitted entry points.

Extending Stay with Vietnam eVisa:

At present, extending your stay beyond the eVisa duration is not possible. Return to Vietnam with another eVisa if you wish to prolong your stay, but avoid repetitive entries to prevent suspicion and refusal.

Entering Vietnam on eVisa:

Enter Vietnam between the specified arrival and exit dates on your eVisa. Early entry is not permitted.

Getting Vietnam Visa from China:

The process is based on nationality, not place of residence. Follow the outlined steps for obtaining an eVisa if you are Chinese. Others should check their specific Vietnam visa requirements.

Tips for Smooth Visa Processing for Chinese Citizens:

To ensure a smooth visa application process, adhere to the following tips:

• Apply well in advance, at least two weeks before planned departure.

• Verify all requirements to avoid delays and rejections.

• Double-check accuracy of information provided.

• Submit all necessary documents as instructed.

• Pay the visa fee in advance (for eVisa).

• Regularly check application status and provide additional information if requested.