Visa exemptions

Update news Visa exemptions

Vietnam’s immigration laws will undergo a radical shake-up this summer in an effort to widen the doors for tourists while protecting the country from foreign criminals and illegal workers.

Visa exemptions set to expire for seven major tourism markets

The number of foreign travellers to Vietnam may fall in 2020 if the country does not extend visa exemption for citizens of many countries, according to tourist officials.

HCM City proposes visa exemption extension

The HCM City Tourism Association has submitted a proposal to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism on further extension of visa exemption for tourists coming from the UK, France, Germany, Spain and Italy.

VN tourism sector enjoys exceptional first half

 VietNamNet Bridge – The first half of this year has been one of the most remarkable periods in the history of Vietnamese tourism, a senior official said yesterday.

Visa exemptions to take effect

 VietNamNet Bridge – Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Vu Hong Nam speaks to Vietnam News Agency about a new law that will allow overseas Vietnamese and foreigners with local spouses or children to enter the country.

European visitors set to rise on visa exemptions

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) expects tourist arrivals from five western European countries to increase by 50 per cent in the next three years as visa exemption norms kicked in this month.

Vietnam offers visa exemption to seven countries

 VietNamNet Bridge – Citizens from seven countries will be exempt from short-term visas starting January 1.

VNAT proposes visa exemptions

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Viet Nam National Administration for Tourism has asked the Government to approve visa exemptions for visitors from the EU, Australia, Taiwan, Hong Kong and North America.

Vietnam elected to WIPO’s Programme & Budget Committee

Vietnam has been elected for the first time to the Programme and Budget Committee of the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) for the 2013-15 term, a Vietnamese official has said.