Visa-Vietnam.org Assures online Vietnam Visa on Arrival in 24 Hours

Visa-Vietnam.org Assures online Vietnam Visa on Arrival in 24 Hours

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Top Vietnam Visa agency Visa-Vietnam.org is offering online Vietnam Visa on Arrival service where the tourists can apply & get approved for Vietnam visa from home and within 24-48 hours.

Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam – June 22, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ –

Forget all the elaborate hassles common with visa approval as a major Vietnam visa firm Visa-Vietnam.org has ensured visa approval right from home and that too within 24 hours.

A major name in the Vietnam visa scene, Visa-Vietnam.org has come up with an online visa service where the travelers can apply & get approved for visa online. It is called Visa on Arrival facility where the tourists will have their visa stamped on their arrival at the oriental country.

“We can fathom the huge inconvenience usual with lining up at the Vietnam embassies for long, for your visa approval. But you can stop fretting over it as our latest online visa service is meant to relieve you from all such hassles,” said the lead sales executive from Visa-Vietnam.org.

The interested applicants have to fill up a visa application form from Visa-Vietnam.org website. The company manager assured a simple form that won’t take more than a few minutes. Post the form-fill up, the applicant would have to submit the payment online to send the visa for approval.

“When you sign up with our online Vietnam visa service your task ends with the payment submission. We would take up the entire responsibility of lining up at the Embassy office to get the letter approved for you. We promise to send you the visa approval on your email within 24 hours only or 48 hours maximum,” explained Visa-Vietnam.org manager.

The applicant would have to take a print out of the approval letter and carry it to Vietnam international airport. Visa-Vietnam.org has its outlets at different Vietnam international airports from where the tourist can get the visa stamped.

“Our online Vietnam Visa on Arrival service is completely legit & accredited by Vietnam Immigration department,” the manager added in.

About Visa-Vietnam.org

Visa Vietnam is a Vietnam Immigration approved major Vietnam visa agency which has launched an online visa service called Visa on Arrival where the tourists can get visa approval from home, within 24 hours of application. To know more, please, log on to http://www.visa-vietnam.org/

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For more information about us, please visit http://www.visa-vietnam.org/

Contact Info:
Name: Ta Hoai Nam
Email: info@visa-vietnam.org
Address: 64 Nguyen Dinh Chieu street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, 70000
Phone: 84962655556
Organization: Visa-Vietnam.Org

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/visa-vietnam-org-assures-online-vietnam-visa-on-arrival-in-24-hours/52211

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