Hanoi, Vietnam, July 23, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- From July 01, 2015, Spain passport holders are granted free-visa entry to Vietnam for 15 days. This new open policy to attract more tourists has been widely distributed in many media channels. The effect of the policy is expected to see an increase in the number of Spain tourists coming to Vietnam.
For visitors who have plan to visit Vietnam within 15 days, this policy is good news for them. They now can enjoy their trip without worrying about visa procedure. On the other hand, people who want to visit more than 15 days or their schedule is not fixed, they are worried a lot because the visa extension process is considered more difficult and costly.
Vietnamvisa.es - with more than 10 years of experience regarding the visa process highly advised those visitors whose schedule is not fixed to apply for visa before departure to avoid trouble during the trip. Visitors can either apply through Vietnam Embassy in Spain or using Visa online service called Visa on Arrival (VOA).
To be more specific, VOA service guarantee travelers will get Vietnam visa just by following simple steps. First, visitors need to fill in the online application form. Second, payment has to be made for agency to process the application and handle the paperwork. Third, visitors will then receive the approval letter via email. Finally, visitors will get visa stamped onto their passport at Vietnam International Airport.
Visitors who wish to visit Vietnam and still uncertain about their schedule can consider VOA service as a suitable choice to apply for Vietnam visa.