I must make visa whenever I travel to any country, it takes lot of time and especially can be very difficult, risky and cost lot of money if there is no embassy in the country where I live and work.
In 2000, I came to Vietnam, at the time, I were living and working in the West of Australia, there were no Vietnam Embassy there so I had to fly to Sydney to make visa, spending and wasting a lot time and money
In 2006, I had a trip schedules to Vietnam and I had to make visa. As usual, I had to go to embassy to make visa as before, this is the same situation when I come to other countries.
But I accidentally read an advertisement of a company in Vietnam that Vietnam Government accepted to make visa on arrival for all foreign tourists to go to Vietnam
I started to check this information and found that there are a lot of companies in Vietnam supported this service and they sent me the laws of Vietnam Government in English to check out
I found that visa on arrival is very easy and convenient for me, especially it saves much time and travel costs.
I hope that the government of other countries could make visa on arrival like Vietnam so that it is convenient for busy people.
I write this post to advertise for many people to know and use it to save time and costs
I have come to Vietnam for many times and used visa service of different companies. But I realized that the service of www.VietnamVisaOnline.net is the best, their post sale is directed to the customer.
I just share with you what I have used and experienced, if you have better experience, please share for everyone to know.
Note: This article was published on behalf of VietnamVisaOnline.net, the views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily state or reflect the views of Thailand Business News
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