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Vietnam Announces Adjustments to E-Visa and Visa Exemption Rules

Changes to the e–visa and visa exemption regulations that were much anticipated were given the go–ahead at the National Assembly meeting which concluded last week. Vietnam lawmakers approved the 2 changes below, which will be effective from August 15, 2023. Beginning August 15, travelers to Vietnam will have the option to apply for an e-visa that is valid for up to 3 months and allows for multiple entries (instead of a 30-day single-entry visa). Regular passport holders of the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Russia, Finland, Denmark, Japan, and South Korea will now be able to stay in [Name of Country] for 45 days before needing a visa, instead of the previous duration of 15 days (unilateral exemption).

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