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July 28, 2020

Are you an ex-pat and still struggle with the procedure to open a bank account in Vietnam? This article will help you step by step to solve your problem.

Register a bank account is one of the most crucial things you should consider if you have a plan to set sail on your adventurous experiences and stay for quite a long time. The good news is you are free to get a bank account. 

Procedure

First, you need to choose a bank and search for the specific requirements. Each bank may have different terms but overall, you shall need your visa and valid passport, a minimum amount of money, and a proof of address.

After that, choosing a bank that links to your company’s bank account or the bank in your country. Finally, you can make an arrangement online or just simply go to the bank. The process may take 30 minutes. 

Terms and Conditions

In order to have an account, you will need to prepare some documents: 

  • A valid passport
  • A valid visa
  • A minimum deposit amount  
  • Valid proof of address (tenancy contract)
  • A copy of your work/ labour contract if applicable

You also need to deposit to your account a minimum amount as required by the bank you chose. Your account has to have VND 100,000, otherwise, you shall be subject to a penalty. In case you want to withdraw in foreign currencies, some banks might take a commission and if you close your bank account in less than a year, you will likely have to pay tax credit.  

Many expats choose to open two types of accounts.

Banking fees

You might need some information about the fees, they will vary by the bank and depend on your services. But these are some common types of fee: 

Transfer Fees

This is a profitable revenue generator and the range is from 3,000 VND to 33,000 VND. However, you do not have to charge any fees at some banks. 

ATM Fees

Classically, banks do not charge when you withdraw from their own ATM network, but using a different one will tariff a fee, starting at 1,000 VND to 11,000 VND. 

Service Fees

This varies by bank and depends on the minimum deposit, the type of card. The fee is about 5,000 VND to 200,000 VND. 

Internet banking

You may be charged for using Internet banking, nevertheless, it will cost you from 10,000 VND upward with a select few. 

Transferring money in Vietnam is very convenient nowadays, make sure you research about the specific bank procedure in order to make sure it suits your purpose. From our experience, expats in Vietnam should choose large local banking corporations certified by the government like Vietcombank, Vietinbank, Techcombank for top-notch customer service. If you have further questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us!

July 23, 2020

Foreigners coming to Vietnam for the purpose of investment, commercial business cooperation, must apply for a business visa, which requires an invitation letter So what exactly is it? What are the procedures and documents for applying? The following article will give you the answer.

What Is An Invitation Letter?

To enter Vietnam as a businessman, you must have a sponsorship or invitation letter from a Vietnamese business partner.

According to the current regulations of Vietnam, all individuals, organizations and businesses in Vietnam have the right to invite and sponsor foreigners to enter Vietnam for business purposes.

However, in order to invite and sponsor foreigners, it is required that Vietnamese individuals, organizations and businesses must apply for entry permission for foreigners at the Immigration Department before the foreigners arrive at Vietnam.

Therefore, it takes a great deal of time and effort to apply for a Vietnam business visa on your own. It involves a variety of complex documents such as:

Legal documents of the company or enterprise that sponsors the applicant:

  • Original passport of the foreigner with at least 6-month validity and 2 blank pages.
  • Form NA5 – Declaration form for issuance, supplementation, modification of visas, extension of temporary residence.
  • Work permit or work permit exemption for DN, LĐ visa cases;
  • Investment certificate, business registration certificate for DT visa case.
  • Certificate of temporary residence of the local police where the foreigner is temporarily residing in Vietnam.

The regulations for business visa in Vietnam are often changing, requiring legal knowledge to understand and easy process. Moreover, your application may be denied if necessary documents are not provided on time.

Getting Invitation Letter for Vietnam Business Visa from an Agency

Because applying business visa by yourself is complicated, many foreigners go through an agency to get the legal document to enter Vietnam with ease.

The content of the official dispatch approved by Vietnam visa agency only includes information about individuals, organizations and enterprises inviting foreign guarantor, personal information of foreigners, duration of entry of foreigners in addition to Vietnam and the location to get Vietnam visa.

The place for issuing the visa may be at the Vietnamese diplomatic missions abroad (embassies or consulates) or at international border gates (airports, land gates, sea routes), which is of the utmost convenience for foreigners.

Upon receipt of this entry letter, individuals and organizations send it to foreigners via email, courier or fax for foreigners to carry out the procedures for applying for Vietnam visa.

Super easy and straightforward!

So, contact us right always to apply for your business visa. With more than 10 years of experience, we promise the best service at the most reasonable price. 

July 17, 2020

Vietnam Visa On Arrival is a convenient way for international visitors to apply and get a Vietnam visa. However, the procedures at Vietnam’s international airports may be confusing, especially to first-time travelers. So, to enjoy the free and easy time when landing on Vietnam airports, let’s skim through the visa on arrival procedure.

Which Vietnam Airports Allow Visa On Arrival

Currently, there are a total of 22 airports that have civilian flight operations in Vietnam. 10 of them are international airports and only 8 legitimate Vietnam Visa On Arrival. So, have a look at the list below to make sure you book your flight to the right airport:

  • Tan Son Nhat International Airport (Ho Chi Minh City)
  • Noi Bai International Airport (Ha Noi city)
  • Da Nang International Airport (Da Nang City)
  • Cam Ranh International Airport (Khanh Hoa Province, close to Nha Trang)
  • Cat Bi International Airport (Hai Phong City, near Halong)
  • Lien Khuong International Airport (Lam Dong Province, near Dalat)
  • Can Tho International (Can Tho Province)
  • Phu Quoc International Airport (Phu Quoc Island)

What To Prepare Beforehand

After landing at one of Vietnam’s 8 above mentioned international airports, visitors need to bring all necessary documents including:

  • Original passport with at least 6-month validity from your arrival date and with at least 2 blank pages
  • 02 4x6cm passport photos with white background (one attached to the application form, one separate)
  • A copy of the invitation letter for visa approval or Vietnam immigration letter
  • The application form (NA1) for Vietnam Visa On Arrival

You can get a copy of this form at the airport or print it here and read the full guide on filling NA1 form (link to the full guide blog)

  • The stamp fee for Vietnam visa on arrival as follow:
    • 1-3 month visa (single entry): $45
    • 1-month visa (multiple entries): $65
    • 3-month visa (multiple entries): $95
    • 6-month visa (multiple entries): $135

Visa On Arrival Procedure At Vietnam Airports

After preparing all the documents, visitors come to the “Landing Visa” counter (“Cấp thị thực tại chỗ” in Vietnamese) at the airport.

  1. At the counter, present your passport, a copy of the Vietnamese immigration official letter, the completed application form and 2 passport photos. Then wait for the officer to process your document.
  2. On hearing your full name being called, take the passport photo from the officer and pay Vietnam visa on arrival fee. They accept cash only, both USD or VND is allowed.
  3. The staff will return your passport (with Vietnam visa stamped) and give you a receipt. Please check all information on your Vietnam visa again. If there is an error, immediately notify the staff.
  4. If everything is correct, move to Immigration Control, take your luggage and go through customs procedures.

The whole process will usually take 15 to 30 minutes. However, in major international airports where there is a large number of arrivals and departures, you are likely to stay in a queue for a pretty long time to get Vietnam Visa On Arrival.

Therefore, consider using our services to reduce the waiting and enjoy more time during your travel in Vietnam. Feel free to contact us to know more or leave your email so that we can reach out to help you.

July 13, 2020

If you want to prolong your trip in Vietnam without leaving the country, you can get an extension stamp on your passport to indicate the updated visa duration. Visa extension is available for single entry only. Still, it is a convenient way not to overstay your visa in Vietnam.

Impor fff tance Notice For Automatic Visa Extension At The Time Of COVID-19 Outbreak

Department of Immigration Management has loosen visa procedures, extension of temporary residence for foreign citizens to stay in Vietnam due to the impact of COVID-19 epidemic.

Foreign nationals who satisfy all the 3 conditions:

  • have entered Vietnam on visa waiver or tourist visas (including e-visas) since March 1st, 2020
  • have expired visas
  • have neither sponsoring entity or ability to exit Vietnam due to objective reasons (quarantine or flights suspension, closing borders in transiting countries or destinations)

will automatically get visa extension until July 31st, 2020.

If a foreigner has entered the country before March 1, 2020, he or she must proves that he / she is stuck in Vietnam due to COVID-19 outbreak. Evidence can be in form of the diplomatic mission certified by a diplomatic note (with a Vietnamese translation) or a writing confirmation of the Vietnamese authorities on quarantine, treatment of COVID-19 or other force majeure reasons. In such cases, they will also eligible for automatic visa extension until the end of July, 2020. The documents must be presented on exit.

Vietnam Visa Extension During Normal Period

To apply for Vietnam visa extension, you will need:

  • Valid original passport for at least 06 months from the time of extension
  • There are at least 02 blank pages in the passport

Visa extension application will be processed in on of the following offices

  • Hanoi immigration office: 44-46 Tran Phu, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi
  • Danang Immigration office: 78 Le Loi, Thach Thang, Hai Chau, Da Nang
  • Ho Chi Minh Immigration office: 196 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, Ward 6, District 3, Ho Chi Minh city

Remember that they operate from Monday to Friday and Saturday morning. The lunch break is from 11.30 AM to 1.30 PM.

The term for the extended visa depends on the original term of your current visa:

  • Visa exemption can be extended up to 3 months
  • Original 1-month visa can be extended up to 3 months
  • Original 3-month visa can be extended up to 3 months
  • Original 5-year visa exemption certificate can be extended up to 6 months
  • Original e-visa can be extended up to 3 months

If you wish to extend your visa for a period of one month, your current visa must be one for a month or longer. The fee will be approximately US$60 – US$155, depending on your nationality.

If you wish to extend your visa for a period of three months, then your current visa must be one for a three-month long stay. The fee will be approximately US$180 – US$310, depending on your nationality.

To know exactly the extended duration of your visa, contact us or leave your information so that we can reach out to you. Vietnam visa extension procedures seem to be easy, but foreigners usually get confused while working with Vietnamese officers. So, let us help you with that!

July 10, 2020

At this beginning of July, Vietnam will retrieve the e-visa issue for citizens from 80 countries after more than 3-month closing border due to COVID-19 outbreak. Together with this, significant changes in Immigration Policy also come into effect from July 1st, 2020. Let’s see what updates this country is putting into the policy for foreigners.

Visa Exemption for Coastal Economic Zones

Besides Phu Quoc Island, some other coastal economic zones will also allow visa exemption for international tourists. Vietnam has many coastal economic zones but not all of them are exempt from visas. Coastal economic zones that don’t require visas for foreigners on entry must meet the following conditions:

  • Having an international airport;
  • Having defined geographical boundaries, separated from the mainland;
  • Consistent with the socio-economic development policy and without prejudice to national defence, national security, social order and safety of Vietnam.

The old policy only allowed passport sharing for children under 14 and their parents or guardians. The revised Immigration Law has added 2 instances where General Visas can be issued

  • All tourists who enter Vietnam by sea. The purpose of the visit should be for tourism and included in a program produced by the International Tourism Enterprises of Vietnam
  • Members of foreign military ships who will join plan a formal tour program outside of the arrived port

Residence Term For Tourist Visa

Under the revised Immigration Law, the maximum residence term for a tourist visa is 30 days instead of 90 days as it used to be. However, foreign visitors now have the option to request an extension for the residence term. The immigration authority will then re-assess the purpose to decide to accept the request or not.

Visa Status Update

With new amendments, foreigners can change their visa status without leaving the country if they meet one of the following requirements:

  • Be an e-visa holder
  • Be able to prove their career background as an investor of a specific organisation in Vietnam, an official representative of foreign businesses based in Vietnam
  • Be able to show a work permit or work permit exemption, whatever applies, to indicate that they are invited or sponsored by a local organization or agency in Vietnam
  • Be able to provide evidence of family relationship with Vietnamese citizens (husband or wife, mother or father…)

Visa-Free Re-entry

In the past, foreigners who are granted visa-free entry must wait for at least 30 days from the last exit date in Vietnam to be able to re-enter Vietnam. However, the current law, which takes effect from July 1st, 2020 has removed this limit. That means citizens of countries where Vietnam share a unilateral agreement and grants visa-free entry are free to come in and go out of Vietnam.

Work Permit Applications

Work permit exemption

Foreigners who are in one of the below cases will not have to apply for a work permit under the new immigration system:

  • A non-Vietnamese citizen who is married to a Vietnamese citizen.
  • A non-Vietnamese citizen who are members of the board of management of a joint-stock company, owners or shareholders of a Limited Liability Company (LLC).

A Vietnam organization which is sponsoring a foreign individual can also transfer the sponsorship to the spouse of that individual involved.

Work permit renewal

Vietnam work permits are now valid for up to two years and can be renewed only once.  After reviewed, the permit will hold validity for another two years.

Changes on Immigration Procedures

Aside from the amendment on Labor Laws, there will also be changes to the Immigration Laws of Vietnam.

First is the changing of visa. Currently, in order for a change of visa to be possible, the foreign visitor must first leave Vietnam. Then they can re-enter using the new visa. Thankfully, the new policy has relaxed the rules concerning the changing of visa. In fact, foreigners who intend to change visas no longer need to get out of the country under the following situations:

An investor of a Vietnam company or a representative of a foreign organization with investments in Vietnam.

Family or relative of a Vietnamese national, a parent, child, or spouse.

Invited or sponsored to enter in Vietnam for employment, provided that there’s a work permit or work permit exemption, whatever applies.

Entering Vietnam using an electronic visa or e-visa and was granted a work permit or work permit exemption.

Visa-Free Entry and Exit

For foreigners who came from countries where Vietnam has a unilateral agreement and grants them visa-free entry, it’s no longer necessary that their re-entry date is at least 30 days prior to the last exit date in Vietnam.

Residence Term

The Amended Law on Immigration has recommended a maximum residence term of up to 30 days for foreign visitors. This used to be 90 days under their tourist visa. But foreign visitors will now be given an option to extend the term of their residency when necessary. In line with this, the immigration authority must first re-assess the immigration purpose to decide whether the extension request will be granted or not.

July 9, 2020

Visa on arrival is the easiest way to stay legally in Vietnam without so much red tape. After you get the visa approval letter, all you need to do is to fill in the Vietnam visa on arrival form at the Vietnam airport or any arriving port that allows visa on arrival. Still, many foreigners make mistakes while completing the form, which is time-consuming and troublesome. So, read our full guide here to avoid silly mistakes while filling Vietnam visa on arrival form.

Things To Prepare Beforehand

Applicants need to prepare the following documents to complete the visa application for foreigners:

  • 02 4x6cm passport photos with white background (one attached to the form, one separate)
  • Invitation letter for visa approval or Vietnam immigration letter
  • Original passport with a minimum validity of over 6 months
  • Visa fee

The fee for a visa on arrival is as follow:

  • 1-3 month visa (single entry): $45
  • 1-month visa (multiple entries): $65
  • 3-month visa (multiple entries): $95
  • 6-month visa (multiple entries): $135

Full Guide To Fill Vietnam Visa On Arrival Form

The form necessary for visa on arrival is NA1 form. It is available in Vietnamese and English at all landing ports that approve visa on arrival. You can also download the form, print it out and bring it to the airport.

Download NA1 form here. (attach the form)

Now, let’s go through all the sections and learn how to fill them correctly.

  1. Full name: Copy the full name shown in your passport. Put it in CAPITAL

Example: EMILIA COLLIN AURTHOR

  1. Sex: Input male or female

Follow your gender shown in passport as the Vietnam government hasn’t recognized LGBT+ community.

  1. Date of birth: follow day, month, year format

Example: 1, December 1997

  1. Place of birth: City and country name

Example: California, US

  1. Nationality at birth: Your nationality when you were born. It may differ from 6. Current nationality if you have changed your citizenship

Example: Canadian

  1. Current nationality: Your current nationality matched with that in your current passport

Example: American

  1. Religion: Your religion (if any) or “NONE” (if you are non-religious)

Example: NONE

  1. Occupation: This field is optional. You can leave it blank or fill out your current job

Example: Secretary

  1. Employer and business address: This field is optional. You can leave it blank or fill out your employer and business address

Example: ABC Company,. 250 Warwick Avenue, Clovis, CA, USA

  1. Permanent residential address: Your address and phone number in the home country

Example: 250 Warwick Avenue, Clovis, CA, USA

Phone number: +1 123-456-7890

  1. Family members: Fill the table with the relationship, name (IN CAPITAL), sex, date of birth, nationality and permanent residential address of your family member (including parents, spouse, children, and siblings, if any) even though they do not travel with you. This field works as a reference source for the Immigration Department  in case of emergency.
Relationship Name Sex Date of birth Nationality Permanent residential address
Mother DOLORES COLLIN male 30 June 1973 American 250 Warwick Avenue, Clovis, CA, USA
  1. Passport or International Travel Document number: Usually, fill Passport and indicate the Type of your passport (whether ordinary, diplomatic or official) with Issuing authority and Expiry date

Example: Passport Type: Ordinary

Issuing authority: U.S. Department of State Expiry Date: 5 July 2028

  1. Date of previous entry into Vietnam (if any): If foreigners have previously arrived in Vietnam, then enter the most recent entry date. If you have never been to Vietnam, leave this field blank.
  2. Intended date of entry and Intended lengths of stay in Vietnam Enter the expected arrival date and the number of days you expect to stay in Vietnam. The Intended date of entry must be not before the exact arrival date and Intended lengths of stay in Vietnam must not be after the exit date specified in your Vietnam visa approval letter

Example: Intended date of entry: 24 June, 2020

Intended lengths of stay in Vietnam: 20 days

  1. Purpose of entry: Fill in the purpose as noted in the visa approval letter whether tourism or business

Example: Purpose of entry: tourism

  1. Intended temporary residential address in Vietnam (if any): the expected address where you will stay in Vietnam, written in Vietnam address format. It can be the hotel address, your friend’s address in Vietnam

Example: 174/22 Tran Hung Dao Street, Hanoi

About Vietnam address format:

In Vietnam address are written starting with the specific information (name, followed by house number and street) and moving on to more general information (ward, district, city or province).

Example of a Vietnam address format:

10B Tran Quang Dieu Street, An Khanh Ward, Binh Thuy District, Can Tho City, Vietnam

  1. Hosting organization/individual in Vietnam (if any): Enter the name of the company and the address of the guarantee company (for foreigners entering Vietnam under the category of work or investment) or just write N/A
  2. Accompanying child(ren) under 14 years old included in your passport (if any): name, sex, date of birth and glue two photos in 4×6 size of accompanying the child(ren) under 14 years old included in your passport. If you do not have any, or your child(ren) have own passport(s), leave it blank
  3. Applying for a visa: if your visa allows multiple entries, check Multiple, if it is single entry, check Single. Also, fill in the valid duration of visa as indicated in visa approval letter
  4. Other requests (if any): any request if any or N/A

Done at”: Fill in your arrival port. There are 6 international airports that you can enter Vietnam using Visa On Arrival:

  • Noi Bai international airport in Hanoi city
  • Tan Son Nhat international airport in Ho Chi Minh city
  • Cam Ranh international airport in Nha Trang city
  • Da Nang international airport in Da Nang city
  • Cat Bi international airport in Hai Phong city
  • Phu Quoc international airport in Phu Quoc island
  • Lien Khuong airport in Da Lat city

On”: your arrival date in Vietnam, following day, month, year format

After signing and write your full name. You’re done!

July 7, 2020

Vietnam visa is the legal document to allow you to stay and travel in Vietnam but it has a lot of drawbacks, for example the limited validity, complicated procedures for applying and extending. Now, you have another option to legitimate your presence in Vietnam with Temporary Residence Card.

What is a Temporary Resident Card and It Benefits You

According to the Vietnamese Law, Temporary residence card is a document issued by an immigration authority or a competent authority of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to a foreigner who is permitted to reside for a limited period of time in Vietnam. Temporary residence card can be used as an alternative for a Vietnam visa.

Compared to visas, temporary residence cards have many benefits such as easy travel in and out of Vietnam without multiple applications for visas or visa extension. It will save you a great amount of time and effort. Moreover, the procedure to obtain a temporary residence card is pretty simple and straightforward

Foreigners with temporary residence cards are allowed to buy apartments, owning a house in Vietnam. During the validity of the card (from 1 year up to 3 years), non-native citizens can legally stay in Vietnam and do specialized activities such as opening a business, getting married.

Valid Term of Temporary Resident Card

The expired date of temporary residence card in Vietnam must be at least 30 days prior the remaining period of passport.

Temporary residence cards with remarks NG3, LV1, LV2, ĐT and DH are valid for no more than 05 years. Those stamped NN1, NN2, TT are valid for less than 03 years. The symbol LD and PV1 in the residence card implies the validity for no more than 02 years.

Types and Cases of Vietnam Temporary Resident Card

  • NG3: Issued to foreigners who work for diplomatic missions or are members of consular offices, representative offices of international organizations affiliated to the United Nations, intergovernmental organizations in Vietnam and their spouses, children under 18 years of age, domestic servants accompanying the tenure
  • LV1: Issued to non-native people who come to work with departments, agencies and units directly under the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam; The National Assembly, the Government, the Central Committee of the Vietnam Fatherland Front, the Supreme People’s Court, the Supreme People’s Procuracy, the State Audit, ministries, ministerial-level agencies and government-attached agencies; provincial party committee, city party committee, People’s Council, People’s Committee of province or city under central authority.
  • LV2: Issued to people who come to work with socio-political organizations, social organizations, Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
  • ĐT: Issued to foreign investors in Vietnam and foreign lawyers practicing in Vietnam.
  • DN: Issued to people who come to work with businesses in Vietnam.
  • NN1: Issued to people who are heads of representative offices and projects of international organizations and foreign non-governmental organizations in Vietnam.
  • NN2: Issued to heads of representative offices, branches of foreign traders, representative offices of foreign economic, cultural, and other professional organizations in Vietnam.
  • NN3: Issued to people who come to work with foreign non-governmental organizations, representative offices, branches of foreign businesses, representative offices of economic, cultural and other professional organizations of foreign countries in Vietnam.
  • DH: Issued to those people who come to practice or study.
  • HN: Issued to people who come to attend conferences and seminars.
  • PV1: Issued to foreign residents working as journalists or for the press in Vietnam.
  • PV2: Issued to journalists who come to work for a short term in Vietnam.
  • LD: Issued to people who come to work.
  • DL: Issued to tourists.
  • TT: Issued to foreigners who are spouses, children under 18 years of age of the foreigners issued with LV1, LV2, ĐT, NN1, NN2, DH, PV1, LĐ visas or foreigners who are fathers, mothers, spouses and children of Vietnamese citizens.
  • VR: Issued to people who come to visit their relatives or for other purposes.

Procedures for Granting Vietnam Temporary Resident Card 

Step 1: Prepare the following documents

  • 01 written request for temporary residence card declaration about foreigners applying for temporary residence card with 02 photos (attached 02 photos sized 3×4 cm)
  • 01 written request for issuing temporary residence card (form NA6 for agencies, organizations, NA7 for individuals);
  • 01 Application form for temporary residence card for foreigners (NA8)
  • 01 copy of valid passport and visa (bring the original for comparison)
  • Documents proving the eligibility for temporary residence card consideration such as: work permit, investment certificate, certificate of head of representative office, established representative office license, business registration license, birth certificate, marriage certificate, household registration…
  • 02 3×4 cm photos (01 photo to be attached to the declaration, 01 separate photo)

Remember that all documents must be translated into Vietnamese and certified or notarized by a competent organization.

Step 2: Apply

Agencies, organizations and individuals submit dossiers at one of the three working offices of the Immigration Department – Ministry of Public Security from Monday to Saturday morning (except New Year holidays, public holidays and Sundays):

  • 44-46 Tran Phu, Ba Dinh, Hanoi.
  • 254 Nguyen Trai, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City.
  • 7 Tran Quy Cap, Da Nang City

The processing time is no more than 05 working days since the date of receipt of the full documents.

Step 3: Get results

Officials who receive your dossier will check the legality and content of the file. If the application file is not yet valid, he or she will give further instructions the applicant to complete the application. If it is already complete, valid, then they print a receipt and give it to you with an appointment to return results.

On the date of the appointment, you come back to their office, giving the receipt, identity card or passport to the officials. When every information is matched, you will receive your Vietnam temporary residence card after paying the application fee.

  • Temporary residence card is valid for 01 year: $80/card
  • Temporary residence card valid for over 1 year to 2 years: $100/card
  • Temporary residence card valid for over 2 years to 3 years: $120/card

Still, there are chances that your application is rejected. In such cases, you will still have to pay the application fee.

That’s why it’s better-off applying via an agency like Travel Sense Asia. We have been working in tourism industry, solving multiple visa cases for thousands of foreigners. So, we can promise you a free and easy process of issuing temporary resident cards in Vietnam. Contact us for more information or leave your contact so that we can reach out to help you!