Vietnam Visa Fee in Poland 2020

Because of many wonderful landscapes and delicious food, Vietnam become an ideal destination day by day. If you want to enter Vietnam, you need a Vietnam visa. Below is Vietnam Visa Fee in Poland that you have to know.

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Do Polish need a visa to enter Vietnam?

Polish is not in list of countries that exempt from Vietnam Visa, therefore you need a Visa to enter Vietnam, include any purpose such as traveling, working or visiting relatives. In case you are not Polish, you can look at list of countries that citizen do not need to apply for a Vietnam visa below. Before applying for a visa, you should check carefully to know whether your nationality need to have visa or not so as not to waste time and money.

List of countries exempt from the visa to enter Vietnam

Areas Countries Term of residence
Asia Singapore less than 30 days
Thailand less than 30 days
Malaysia less than 30 days
Indonesia less than 30 days
Laos less than 30 days
Philippines less than 21 days
Japan less than 15 days
South Korea less than 15 days
Cambodia less than 30 days
Brunei less than 14 days
Myanmar less than 14 days
European Sweden less than 15 days
Finland less than 15 days
Denmark less than 15 days
Germany less than 15 days
France less than 15 days
United Kingdom less than 15 days
Italy less than 15 days
Spain less than 15 days
Norway less than 15 days

Luckily, there is one exemption for those who come to Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam via International ports (included by air or by sea) and stay at that ports and head to Phu Quoc Island. They do not need Vietnam Visa if they stay in Vietnam less than 30 days. However, this exemption is useful for only people going to Phu Quoc so you must apply Vietnam visa as usual if you go to other places.

Vietnam Visa On Arrival In Poland

How easy! No matter your visa in any purposes such as tourism, trade, work, relative visit, medical treatment, marriage…. you can still have a Vietnam Visa On Arrival which can apply at home!

How can you do that? A trusted Visa Agent will apply for you, what you have to do is staying at home . A specific thing in this kind of visa is that you can apply in any third country, that means if you are in Poland or other countries, you can still apply, as long as there is Internet. It takes you some minutes to fill in application form and pay for fee, that’s all you need to apply Vietnam Visa.  What happen then? An Approval letter will be sent to you, you need to take it to Vietnam and show at the International Airport, get your passport stamped.

How To Apply Vietnam Visa On Arrival In Poland?


  • Firstly, access this website and fill in the online application form in
  • Secondly, pay for fee. Before making a payment, remember to double check your information carefully. If there is any wrong information, click “BACK” to turnback step 1.
  • Waiting some days (2 working days normally) to receive approval letter within days you choose.

After having approval letter, you have to print it and take it along to you and show at Vietnam International Airport. Once you arrive at the airport, prepare for queuing at the Visa On Arrival desk. Needed documents are:

  • printed Approval Letter;
  • printed and filled out visa application form;
  • 2 photos taken within 6 months, without wearing glasses;
  • your passport;
  • cash for the fee.

Applying Vietnam Visa At Vietnam Embassy In Poland

You can apply at the closest Vietnam Embassy and get a stamp on your passport before beginning your travels instead of applying Visa On Arrival. This way may take longer time and require you to go to the embassy twice, once to apply and once to pick up your visa, so we recommend you to use this way if you have time and live near Embassy.

Here is the procedure:

  • Complete application form with correct and exact required information
  • Leave the original passport for checking
  • Answer some questions ( if required )
  • Make an payment for the Visa Fee
  • Get the Visa done after 5 working days.

Vietnam Embassy In Poland

Address: Resorowa 36, 02-956 Warsaw, POLAND
(4822) 651 6098
(4822) 651 6095

Vietnam Embassy Poland Website


In case you need information of The Vietnam Embassy in Poland, provided for information and service purpose, you can also visit this website Embassy of Vietnam in Poland.


  • Your passport must have at a minimum of 6 months validity and 2 blanked left pages.
  • Visa On Arrival is ONLY applicable for person who travel by AIR to Vietnam.

Vietnam Visa Fee In Poland

To apply for Visa On Arrival, you should have knowledge about 2 types of Vietnam Visa fee in Poland:  Service fee and Stamping fee.

Service fee is a fee you have to pay for the Visa Agent about representing you to apply for the Immigration Department and get the visa approval letter in time as your booking. Normally, approval letter will be sent to you in two days with normal service, in rush services from 4-8 hours, excluding weekends/national holidays.

Stamping fee is controlled by the Immigration Department. Rates of stamping fee are public promulgated so it can be seen at any legal Governmental site and on the landing visa counter at any international airport. You have to make a payment for stamping fee directly to the Immigration Department ‘s officer at landing visa desk in USD and VND and then receive the red bill for it.

For Polish, the stamping fee is USD 25 per person for single entry, USD 50 per person for multiple entries, USD 95 per person for 6 months multiple entries, USD 135 for 1 year multiple entries. Service fee depends on how fast you need Vietnam Visa, it normally is from USD 18 per person and up to USD 550 per person. Please kindly visit Vietnam Visa Fee for detailed fee, remember to choose your nationality, click “Submit” to know your total cost!

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